Sudbury Road, one of Weston’s officially designated Scenic Roads, is a narrow winding country road in a remote northwest corner of the town. The quarter-mile stretch described in this area form encompasses over 40 acres, including two parcels of town conservation land fronting on Sudbury Road; in addition, large tracts of conservation land are located behind many of these properties.
The large amount of open space in relation to the number of houses gives the area its distinctive rural character. The beauty of the landscape, which has largely avoided formal, manicured treatment, is enhanced by the gently rolling topography, the pond between house nos. 33 and 45, the many mature specimen trees, the use of split rail and picket fences, and the stone walls and stone retaining walls that line most of the road.
Discover the houses along this Scenic Road within the large tract of open space and rolling topography.