For Greg Kiely, one of the best parts about living and working in Brookline is that whenever he feels like bringing his dog Tessie into the office, he only has to make a quick trip to go get her. If you also call Brookline home, you may even recognize Greg or Tessie, as they find their way to the local dog parks as much as they can. But Brookline is more to Greg than a Boston suburb peppered with socializing locales for canines. In fact, although he has sailed in the waters of the Bahamas and New Zealand, traveled throughout Europe, and experienced both of the U.S. coasts, he has never discovered a community quite like Brookline - with its variety and opportunity. Where else can he peruse university libraries in the morning, watch a Red Sox game at Fenway in the afternoon, and then hop on the T to dine in Boston’s exclusive restaurants in the evening?
Greg discovered the joys of Brookline with his wife, Christine, a few years after he had graduated from the University of Maryland. The couple had been living in that state, but after Christine was accepted to Harvard Medical School, they packed up and got an apartment in Boston. Both being native Northeasterners, they had a natural love for the area, and, of course, the Red Sox (why else would they name their dog Tessie?) It wasn’t long before they began looking toward their future and a home of their own. Like a pair of adventurers, Greg and Christine began exploring the variety of communities in the Boston area. Each place had its own character and appeal, but the one that really resonated with the couple was Brookline. “It was the perfect match,” enthuses Greg. “With the surrounding colleges and libraries, you’re completely immersed in a very stimulating atmosphere of academia. Yet you have all the advantages of small town suburbia.” Greg and his wife also enjoy walking through Brookline and the adjacent neighborhoods. They might decide to check out Brookline’s diverse array of architecture, houses, or exclusive enclaves, where some of Greater Boston’s famous dignitaries choose to live. Considering Brookline’s unique feel, it’s no wonder Greg calls it ‘the biggest small town in America.’
For Greg Kiely, Brookline is the place to be. Charged with an unsurpassed love of the community, he has put body, mind, and spirit into learning everything he can about the area. As a real estate professional, he draws on this rare blend of knowledge and passion to share his experiences with clients. Whether you intend to buy or sell, you can count on Greg to open up the doors of opportunity.As somebody who is as sophisticated and easy-going as Brookline itself, Greg is proud to help others discover the numerous advantages inherent to the area. More than anything, he considers himself a resource who can guide buyers and sellers to the most informed decision possible. By combining his knowledge of the communitywith a thorough understanding of a client’s objectives, he consistently designs and implements highly-effective strategies.
Because Greg lives and works in Brookline, he has an intimate understanding of the community, which ensures you make the most of your investment. That is, he fully appreciates the numerous real estate opportunities that derive from Brookline’s unique character, small town charm, and academic sophistication. Call him today. He is definitely The Brookline Connection