Has fabulous homes on multi-acre lots of land, mostly south of Route 20, valued anywhere from 2-10 million dollars a piece.
Now the second most affluent town in Massachusetts, Weston locates all of its schools right in the center of town. The school districts radiate out like slices of a pie to the various areas sandwiched between Route 117 in the north and Route 30 in the south and its High School is one of the top in Massachusetts. Weston has fabulous homes on multi-acre lots of land, mostly south of Route 20, valued anywhere from 2-10 million dollars a piece. Weston has several prestigious golf clubs, is home to Regis College, and oddly enough, to the National Postal Museum. Weston is extremely well located in the center of suburban Boston, adjacent to Waltham but miles away in terms of feel. Weston has the reputation for being homogeneously wealthy, but north Weston has older homes which have a more typical upper middle class suburban feel. It has a top rated school system and great town services, making it an excellent choice for those who can afford it. On the other hand, Weston has one of the dullest town centers I have ever seen. There is nothing to do in Weston really, other than enjoy the finer things in life. You will also not find a very diverse population as it is far out of the reach of starving artists and college grad students. Restaurant tips: Drive somewhere else.
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