Welcome to Weston
A tree-laden suburb offering a peaceful lifestyle
Known for being one of the most upscale and nature-centric areas in Massachusetts, Weston has over 2000 acres of conservation land
. There are many parks, forests, wetlands, and trails accessible for leisure activities. Weston is one of the least populated
neighborhoods in the region, making it an ideal destination for those seeking a life of solitude.
This wealthy neighborhood has a median home value of approximately $1.3 million
. Home architectural styles
vary greatly and include Federal, Tudor, Shingle, and Cape Cod. Affluent people will love the grand home options, and realtor Miroslava Fitkova
could be the ticket to finding the New England home you’ve been dreaming of.
What to Love
People & Lifestyle
Weston attracts retirees with its quiet, spare suburban landscape, though it has its share of professionals and families. Most residents drive to work, and the average commute time is 30 minutes
, making the drive bearable. Traveling to downtown Boston is easy, and life in Weston is a desirable break from city life. If you enjoy your space and peaceful surroundings, Weston is the place for you.
Dining, Shopping & Entertainment
Outdoor recreation is the main event in Weston, but if you take a quick 15-minute drive to neighboring town Framingham, you can enjoy a flatbread and catch a flick at AMC Dine-In
, located in Wellesley, is a mere 15-minute drive from Weston and is a great mall to take care of all your shopping and entertainment needs. Get a fresh mani-pedi at Luxotic Nail Bar
or score a new outfit at Sara Campbell’s
flagship boutique. Learn some classical piano or play some guitar riffs at Bach to Rock
, a music school for students of all ages.
For a delicious dressy-casual dinner date, check out Coach Grill
for luxurious caviar and champagne or tender beef Wellington. Pick up some tasty roasted pork buns and mixed vegetable dumplings at Dumpling Daughter
. Snag some diner classics like a bacon and egg sandwich or BLT at Ye Old Cottage
Things to Do
There are many community-organized events in Weston, making it very tight-knit. One noteworthy community event is Weston High School’s fun-filled Pumpkin Festival
, which raises money for Camp Sunshine
, a camp for terminally ill children in Casco, Maine.
Time spent outdoors in Weston is never wasted, and you’ll find many opportunities to enjoy the lush landscape. One very popular trail for hiking and taking furry friends off-leash is the 2-mile long Weston Reservoir Loop
. For a moderate hike great for day trips, check out Doublet Hill Loop
, which boasts a lake and dog-friendly trail. Spend a sunny day out on the green at Weston Golf Club
or learn about Weston’s rich Revolutionary history at the Golden Ball Tavern Museum
There are several educational institutions available in Weston, including:
- Meadowbrook School, grades PK-8, a private school with one of the best multicultural education programs in the country
- The Rivers School, grades 6-12, a private school featuring a Conservatory Program where children can foster their love for music through rigorous education and performances
- Loker Kindergarten School, grades K-5, a public school that takes part in the METCO desegregation program, which gives children of color high-quality educational opportunities