Griggs Park, Brookline
Griggs Park is a splendid three and a half acre walking park, set just south of Rte. 9 or Griggs Road in Brookline. The earliest plans for Griggs Park in Brookline date back to 1897, although the town purchased the land in 1901 and 1905. Extensive renovation were completed to the 3.3 acre park in park in 1998. Residents in the area make good use of the walking path and trails in this in the dog friendly park. Lined with willow trees, Griggs Park is a charming getaway nestled in the upscale urban community of Brookline. Today the majority of housing near Griggs Park is in the form of condominiums. The condo buildings and individual units vary greatly in age, size and design providing many choices to potential buyers. Just on the south side of Beacon Street, Train stops close to the neighborhood include Brandon Hall and Summit Ave.