Brookline is constantly growing and is home to approximately 3,500 residents.
The town is located on the Massachusetts border, just west of Hollis. Brookline is an accessible location near Boston, the seacoast, the peaks of the Monadnock and White Mountains, the Manchester airport, and is a thriving local business climate, striking natural and historical scenery, and excellent opportunities for outdoor recreation and leisure.
A number of historical homes and buildings are located in the town center, including the Florence Barnaby house, which is now the headquarters of the historical society. The former Brookline Railroad Station, now a private home, is another historical landmark.
More information on Brookline homes:
Brookline Town Resources
Town Zip Code: 03033
(NH Office of Energy and Planning Estimates 2010)
Tax Rate: $24.08
(per $1,000 per value) 2011
The phones listed are for non-emergency needs.
Emergencies, please dial 911.
Main & Bond Streets – P.O. Box 360
1 Main Street
Brookline has a volunteer fire department
The Brookline Public Library
16 Main Street
Brookline, NH - P.O. Box 157
Mon.-Tues., Thurs.: 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Wed., Fri. & Sat.*: 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
* We are closed Saturdays during July and August
Richard Maghakian Memorial School
Grades K R 1-3
22 Milford St.
Captain Samuel Douglass Academy
24 Townsend Hill Rd.
Hollis-Brookline Middle School
25 Main St.
Hollis-Brookline High School
24 Cavalier Court
PLACES OF WORSHIP
Church of Christ
Brookline Community Church
United Church of Christ
Congregational & United Methodist Church
2 Main Street P.O. Box 507
(603) 673-7511 www.bccnh.org
Cornerstone Bible Church
36 Main Street
St. Mary’s Old Catholic Church
36 Main Street