An inviting and peaceful town with lots of natural beauty.
Weston is a hidden gem offering tranquility and beauty within reach of New York City. Rolling fields, thickly forested woodlands and bubbling waterways abound in the charming town. Residents enjoy the added solitude ensured by two-acre zoning, while top-rated schools and a small business district keep the community from feeling too disconnected from the greater Tri-State area. Three Metro-North stations are just 6.5 miles from downtown Weston.
Home to just over 10,000 people, beautiful Weston delivers a bucolic atmosphere crisscrossed by woods, streams and rivers. Founded in 1787 as an agricultural community, a lack of railroad access buffered further commercial development. Today, two-acre residential zoning adds to the rustic ambiance in this peaceful community within easy reach of rail stations and highways.
Wonderful peace, privacy and bucolic surroundings.
Postcard views abound in this quaint enclave filled with streams and rivers. Devil's Den Nature Preserve offers 1,756 acres of woodlands, wetlands and valleys woven with a meandering 20-mile trail system. At Bisceglie Park, you'll find a lifeguarded swimming pond — the perfect summer getaway.
Sophisticated Connecticut country living at its finest.
Commercial development is scant in this desirable enclave, but the small downtown area offers an economical collection of local services, including a library, post office, police and fire stations. The red-brick shopping center provides the essentials: a wine shop, diner, pharmacy and gas station.
Outstanding local venues bring the close-knit community together.
The Weston Historical Society offers wonderful exhibits and an outdoor concert series. Residents head to Lachat Town Farm to enjoy a farmers market, live music, arts and crafts. The private Weston Field Club, Aspetuck Valley Country Club and Weston Racquet Club appeal to the athletic, outdoorsy way of life.
Sparse inventory and consistent demand spark regular bidding wars.
Weston offers more bang for your housing buck than towns closer to Metro-North stations and beaches, with both just 15 minutes away. Homes range from traditional to contemporary, with two-acre zoning drawing full-time residents and weekenders yearning for space and tranquility.
The area's top-rated schools and wonderful people.
Weston's four top-rated schools serve roughly 2,300 students from a modern, interconnected 117-acre campus. Weston High School boasts a 100 percent graduation rate and is ranked as the state's third-best high school by U.S. News & World Report 2021.