In lively Brookline Village, this 1890 Shingle-Style home offers large, interesting rooms and architectural detail. The wide, usable entry porch leads to a front-to-back foyer with beautiful staircase, stained/leaded glass windows. Off the hall is a bow-shaped living room, a family room/library with fireplace, a bow-shaped dining room with a fireplace which leads to the large renovated kitchen with two sinks, two pantries for chefs, and a rear porch for morning coffee. A half bath completes the first floor. The second floor offers great flexibility: either 4 generously-sized bedrooms and two baths or a Primary Suite of bedroom, office, sunroom, and bath, and two hall bedrooms and bath. The third floor holds the original "billiard room" which needs some refurbishing, for studio, playroom, bedroom, etc.; and one more bedroom and bath. The home, which has been updated and well-maintained, awaits your cosmetic choices. Many large windows have been refurbished or replaced. The large basement has tall ceilings and a laundry room. Near schools, playgrounds and T, shops, and the Longwood Medical area.
When the guiding force behind a broker's real estate actions is the high value they place on their professional reputation, you know their clients will be well-served. Such is the ethic that drives Susan. Therefore, much of her business is from personal referrals and past customers and clients she has worked with since coming into the real estate business in the late 1970's.
She has both taught school and served in the Peace Corps. A many-year resident of Brookline, her connection to the Brookline Schools is strong from grandchildren who attend, a son who teaches at the High School and a husband who is a retired Science teacher. She is active in her neighborhood associations, in civic and school activities, and volunteer organizations. Susan is an achiever who enjoys working hard on other people's behalf. She brings eight years of experience as a proprietor of her own real estate business. And she loves to play tennis.
She has found the perfect sweet spot in real estate with Hammond Residential since 1991.
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Jennifer Rothstein brings a high degree of market knowledge and professionalism to every real estate transaction in which she is involved. After graduating from Boston University with a degree in Journalism, Jennifer developed her marketing, project management, and communications skills while working in the software and hospitality industries. Drawing upon her interest in the Greater Boston real estate market, Jennifer has partnered with her mother-in-law and longtime Hammond agent, Susan Rothstein, to collaborate with clients and help them achieve their real estate goals.
A New Jersey native and longtime Boston resident, Jennifer currently resides in Brookline with her husband, a Brookline High School teacher, and their two children. She is an active community member who has been involved in fundraising, outreach, and budgeting activities in connection with her children's schools, and she has also served as an assistant soccer coach. She currently serves on the board of the Brookline Education Foundation, served on the Pierce School Council, and is a former co-chairperson of the Pierce School PTO, In her spare time, Jennifer enjoys spending time with her family, exercising, gardening, and reading.
Jennifer looks forward to sharing her enthusiasm for Brookline and the surrounding communities with her clients.