Washington Square (Brookline)
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|Washington Square, Brookline, Massachusetts|
|Neighborhood of Brookline, Massachusetts|
Washington Square is a neighborhood in Brookline, Massachusetts.
Washington Square features attractive brownstone buildings which line both sides of Beacon Street and leafy side streets. The Washington Square clock, a green 18-foot Victorian icon, resides in the middle of the Square. Other clocks in Cleveland Circle and Brighton Center have been modeled off the attractive original in Washington Square.
The neighborhood is home to a number of eateries, many of which feature outdoor sidewalk terraces for drinking and dining.
The Michael Driscoll School, one of Brookline's eight public elementary schools, is located in Washington Square.
Light rail and subway
- "Salisbury Road - Corey Farm Neighborhood walking tour and history".
- "Driscoll School in Brookline".
- "MBTA PDF Subway Map" (PDF). MBTA. Retrieved 13 March 2014.
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