Set among beautifully wooded rolling hills just north of Westport, Weston residences have two-acre residential zoning; every house has its own aesthetic identity, a sense of privacy and a close connection to nature.
An easy commute to New York City via Metro North, I 95 or the Merritt Parkway, cozy Weston still maintains a genteel rural pace, the excellent Weston Public School system, and a small town center where neighbors can catch up over a cup of coffee or while shopping for groceries.
The feeling of Weston living is that you’re away from it all – and you are – but you’re just ten minutes from everything. Nestled between more metropolitan communities, Weston has excellent access to restaurants, to movies, to the beach, to sophisticated shopping, and to cultural activities of all sorts including the modern Weston Public Library on School Street. Nature always takes center stage -- Westonites meet and shop for fresh Connecticut-grown produce at The Weston Farmers’ Market.
In order to preserve its rustic beauty, the Weston community embraced the very best in town planning; as a result, integrated into the town are acres of the protected Aspetuck Land Trust and the Devil’s Den Preserve with miles of scenic trails. Also, Westonites have maintained the extensive weave of pre-Revolutionary stonewalls that mark out the ancient sites of farms and that Robert Frost famously suggested “make good neighbors.”
Picturesque Weston, the countryside is your canvas.