There are so many things that make Chestnut Hill a great place to call home, here are just FIVE:
- Easy Access to Boston
It couldn’t be any easier as Chestnut Hill is just 6 miles west of downtown. Grab a cab, an Uber, or take the T on one of the 3 different branches of the Green Line or any number of MBTA buses.
- Great Local Amenities
There is plenty to do right in your neighborhood. From shopping, athletics, restaurants, theatre and museums to country clubs, it is all here.
- Chestnut Hill Mall
- The Street
- The Country Club
- Longwood Cricket Club
- Soul Cycle
- Longyear Museum
- SuperLux Theatre
- Chestnut Hill Square
- Chestnut Hill Reservoir (1.6 mile circumference for jogging)
- Superb Schools
Chestnut Hill is served by both Brookline Public Schools and Newton Public Schools. Private schools include the Mount Alvernia Academy (Catholic, K–6), Brimmer and May School (non-denominational, K–12) and the Chestnut Hill School. Also located in Chestnut Hill are Boston College and Pine Manor College.
- The Historic Districts of Chestnut Hill help preserve the character and history of this beautiful New England neighborhood. Examples of Colonial, Shingle, Tudor Revival and Victorian architectural styles can be seen in the village’s homes. The Boston College campus is itself an early example of Collegiate Gothic architecture.
- You may be lucky enough to bump into one of your neighbors:
Robert Kraft, Tom Brady and Gisele Bundchen, John Henry, Dustin Pedroia or David Price!
LandVest has two of the top sales in Chestnut Hill historically, including the Quincy Adams Shaw House (In Chestnut Hill, Brookline) at $18.5 million and more recently a Contemporary estate at $13.5 million.
LandVest’s Current Signature Listings in Chestnut Hill
65 Essex Road, a magnificent brick colonial on 1.22 acres located on one of the most prestigious private roads in Chestnut Hill (Newton) and 181 Clyde Street, Chestnut Hill (Brookline) a stunning new construction with all of the best amenities sited on 0.98 acres adjacent to The Country Club.
For more information on these, and other Chestnut Hill properties, contact Terry Maitland and Nicole Monahan.