33 Bullard Rd, Weston
MLS® # 73050119
Weston is a town located in the state of Massachusetts, approximately 15 minutes or 13 miles west of Downtown Boston. The area is known for its historic status and large single-family homes widely distributed along winding forest roads. Read more about Weston real estate.
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Weston is a historic city, officially over 300 years old, that has endeavored to keep its quiet, semi-rural atmosphere.
However, residents of Weston do not lack modern conveniences or infrastructure. For example, the I-95 Highway runs past the eastern boundary of Weston, and the I-90 runs through the southern portion, ensuring easy and quick access to surrounding areas and the city of Boston to the east. A light rail line runs through the northeastern portion of Weston with three stations: Silver Hill, Hastings, and Kendal Green.
Neighboring communities include Wayland to the west, Wellesley to the south, Waltham and Newton to the east, and Lincoln to the north.
The most convenient commercial options are located just beyond the northeastern corner of Weston. This area includes a Home Depot and a Costco Wholesale.
The Weston real estate market includes a fine selection of large and luxurious single-family homes. Many of these occupy large properties surrounded by trees, guaranteeing a secluded and private atmosphere.
There are also a variety of styles on offer, including a mix of old Colonial designs with Dutch, Shingle, Cottage, and Georgian inspirations.
The most luxurious estates boast homes over 10,000 square feet in size, although a large proportion of the homes for sale in Weston are more than 5,000 square feet.
These homes are connected by long winding streets (many of which are officially designated as "scenic routes" by the government of Massachusetts), parks, and multi-use trails.
One of Weston's biggest attractions is its historic character. The area 10 Historic Districts, 26 Historic Areas, and 7 homes listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
In addition to these, there are museums like the Spellman Museum of Stamps & Postal History and the Golden Ball Tavern Museum
Weston is also a fantastic place to live or visit for outdoor recreation and activities. The Mass Central Rail Trail runs through the center of Weston running east-west, and there are many park reserves such as Doublet Hill Conservation Area, Jericho Town Forest, Nolte Town Forest, and Cat Rock Park, all of which are great for nature watching and hiking.
For a more curated and sporting experience, there are three golf courses: Weston Golf Club, Pinebrook Country Club, and Leo J. Martin Memorial Golf Course.
Schools in Weston are administered by Weston Public Schools which includes:
Field Elementary is adjacent to the Weston Community Center, part of a complex which includes the Weston Public Library and the town's public pool.
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