Welcome to Weston
An exclusive pastoral community 12 miles west of Boston.
A sought-after community surrounded by pastoral beauty, Weston has long been one of the state’s- and the nation's – most exclusive zip codes. Though Weston was initially a farming town with a few cottage industries, at the turn of the 20th century, Gilded Age titans targeted it as the ideal setting for country estates. The community retains much of this grand and elegant sensibility. Weston has more than 2,000 acres of preserved land that residents hike through in fair weather and cross-country ski across in winter, complemented by excellent private and public schools as well as Regis College.
What To Expect
Refined country living just beyond the metropolitan center.
Private enjoyment of life’s finer points.
Limited thru traffic adds to the town’s tranquility.
Palatial estates, spacious single-families, and historical homes.
You’ll Fall in Love With
Spectacular seasonal changes and a community focused on personal growth.
- South Station MBTA-50m. by train, 30m. by car
- North Station MBTA - 30m. by train, 30m. by car
- Boston Common MBTA - 45m. by train, 25m. by car
- Harvard Square MBTA - 35m. by train, 25m. by car
Key Real Estate Facts About the Weston Community:
- Population in 2020 is approximately 11,851.
- Properties are serviced by private sewerage systems, and almost all have town water.
- The train line has three stops in Weston, and the train into Boston goes to North Station.
- The 2021 tax rate is $12.81 per $1,000 of valuation.
- There are three elementary schools – Country and Woodland Schools for grades K – 3 and Field School for grades 4 and 5. There is one middle school and one high school.
- Weston is a town in Middlesex County.
Weston, MA Community Services, Organizations and Points of Interest
Here are some links to provide you with additional information on Weston and its many community services, organizations, and points of interest: