About Brighton, MA

Residential neighborhoods and businesses line the streets of Brighton to form a picturesque scene. The quaint city is situated at Boston’s northwest corner and on the shore of the Charles River. Named after an English city called Brighton and Hove, it was officially incorporated in 1807, but was not annexed from Boston until 1874. With its convenient geographical location and small population, you can bask in the luxuries of the big city while enjoying a tight-knit community that is always welcoming.