Incorporated into Massachusetts in 1713, Weston gained notoriety as one of the tavern towns along the Boston Post Road due to its close proximity to Boston. As Massachusetts industrialized and the colonial turnpike became obsolete, affluent Bostonians realized that this picturesque New England haven was the perfect setting for their Grand Country Estates. Modern day Weston features a variety of single family homes as well as upscale mansions and historic turn of the century estates for sale. It also showcases a plethora of outdoor spaces for both leisure and sport including Land’s Sake Farm and several golf courses.
Thirty minutes outside of Boston, the town of Weston is conveniently located near Route 95/Route128 and the Massachusetts Turnpike. It also contains three stations along the Fitchburg Line of the MBTA commuter rail. … Read More