Only two miles from Brookline is a bustling town square, bustling with markets, shops and dining. As you drive from the town square to Brookline, you pass several subdivisions that Richport Properties has been a part of in the last decade; the decade when Newton County was one of the fastest growing counties in Georgia. As you remark on the art guild, the coffee shop, the Montessori school next to the lofts, you roll through a mile of original Antebellum and Greek revival homes, immaculately maintained yet occupied by real families with children playing in the yards. Brookline is part of this community with its front porch homes and rear entry garages, homes fronting the golf course, homes next to a pocket park, its gas exterior lamps. Brookline continues the tradition of Covington, GA - it's the real thing, specializing in ranches in Covington and Masters on the main in Newton County.
Brookline exterior architectural details include dormers, stacked stone tapered columns on the front porch and hand constructed door pediments.