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More About Weston, Massachusetts
The town of Weston was incorporated in 1713. It is a town in Middlesex County, Massachusetts. It was originally part of Watertown, and it served the specific agricultural purpose of grazing for cattle.
Located along the main route at the West of Boston, residents began to take advantage of this proximity for business purposes. They set up taverns to serve travelers and guests coming into the town. The architectural finesse of these taverns earned them recognition as historical monuments.
In the 17th century, manufacturing industries such as sawmills and potteries emerged. This industrialization expanded as shoemaking, tannery, and tool-making industries attracted buyers and investors to the town. In the 1860s, elegant buildings and estates graced the town up until the 1900s, and this attracted wealthy businessmen to the town.
Following the wave of development, new institutional buildings were erected. After World War II, more routes were constructed, and this increased the demand for housing. With an increase in the cost of housing post-war, the majority of the houses were built as single-family houses. This changed over the years as growth in population progressed.
Weston is also known for its preservation of culture. The Weston public library rich in historical collections and art offers programs and services for scholars. The old library established in 1857 was Weston’s first library building. It was later reconstructed, and the Weston Art and Innovation Center opened in 2019 was set up in the same space.
What to do or see when Visiting Weston MA
The Golden Ball Tavern is a historic tavern built in 1768 by Captain Isaac Jones. It currently runs as a museum and is one of the town’s prominent examples of Late Georgian architecture. The Golden Ball Tavern was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1972.
Another place to visit is the Boston Post Road Historic District. It runs through the East to the West, dividing the town into two parts. The district encompasses residential, commercial, and public buildings from the 18th to the 20th century, with 170 major buildings and barns. It preserves the evolving architecture of over 250 years.
Notable People from Weston MA
- Stephen D. Lebovitz; he is a businessman, is one of the famous people Weston MA. He is the CEO and president of CBL & Associates Properties.
- Sarah Fuller was an educator and established a foundation for deaf children. She schooled and resided in Weston, MA.
- Matthew Micheal Hasselbeck is an American football quarterback; he is currently an analyst for ESPN’s Sunday NFL countdown.
- Grover Glenn Norquist is the founder and president of Americans for Tax Reform