National Register of Historic Places listings in Weston, Massachusetts

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Weston, Massachusetts has 15 locations listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

This National Park Service list is complete through NPS recent listings posted December 7, 2018.[1]
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Current listings

[2] Name on the Register[3] Image Date listed[4] Location City or town Description
1 Abel Allen House
Abel Allen House
January 9, 1978
South of Weston at 1 Chestnut St.
42°21′16″N 71°18′17″W / 42.354444°N 71.304722°W / 42.354444; -71.304722 (Abel Allen House)
2 Boston Post Road Historic District
Boston Post Road Historic District
February 11, 1983
Both sides of the Boston Post Rd. from Plain Rd. to Stony Brook
42°21′57″N 71°18′30″W / 42.365833°N 71.308333°W / 42.365833; -71.308333 (Boston Post Road Historic District)
3 Case's Corner Historic District
Case's Corner Historic District
September 12, 2002
School, Wellesley, Newton and Ash Sts.
42°21′29″N 71°17′55″W / 42.358056°N 71.298611°W / 42.358056; -71.298611 (Case's Corner Historic District)
4 Charles River Reservation Parkways
Charles River Reservation Parkways
January 18, 2006
Soldiers Field, Nonantum, Leo Birmingham, Arsenal, Greenough, N. Beacon, Charles River, Norumbega, Recreation
42°21′42″N 71°09′31″W / 42.361667°N 71.158611°W / 42.361667; -71.158611 (Charles River Reservation Parkways)
Weston Extends into Cambridge, Newton, Waltham, and Watertown in Middlesex County and into Boston in Suffolk County
5 Glen Road Historic District
Glen Road Historic District
September 6, 2006
233–317 Glen Rd.
42°19′32″N 71°17′17″W / 42.325556°N 71.288056°W / 42.325556; -71.288056 (Glen Road Historic District)
6 Golden Ball Tavern
Golden Ball Tavern
September 28, 1972
662 Boston Post Rd.
42°21′57″N 71°18′35″W / 42.365833°N 71.309722°W / 42.365833; -71.309722 (Golden Ball Tavern)
7 Harrington House
Harrington House
June 22, 1976
555 Wellesley St.
42°19′38″N 71°18′39″W / 42.327222°N 71.310833°W / 42.327222; -71.310833 (Harrington House)
8 Isaac Hobbs House
Isaac Hobbs House
June 1, 1982
87 North Ave.
42°22′48″N 71°16′54″W / 42.38°N 71.281667°W / 42.38; -71.281667 (Isaac Hobbs House)
9 Kendal Green Historic District
Kendal Green Historic District
March 1, 2000
North Ave., Church, Viles Sts., Brook Rd.
42°22′59″N 71°17′11″W / 42.383056°N 71.286389°W / 42.383056; -71.286389 (Kendal Green Historic District)
10 Edward Peirce House-Henderson House of Northeastern University
Edward Peirce House-Henderson House of Northeastern University
August 19, 1997
99 Westcliff Rd.
42°19′23″N 71°17′52″W / 42.323056°N 71.297778°W / 42.323056; -71.297778 (Edward Peirce House-Henderson House of Northeastern University)
11 Silver Hill Historic District
Silver Hill Historic District
August 25, 2004
Silver Hill, Westland Rds., Merriam St.
42°23′34″N 71°18′18″W / 42.392778°N 71.305°W / 42.392778; -71.305 (Silver Hill Historic District)
12 Samuel Train House
Samuel Train House
December 12, 1976
342 Winter St.
42°19′20″N 71°19′31″W / 42.322222°N 71.325278°W / 42.322222; -71.325278 (Samuel Train House)
13 Wellington Farm Historic District
Wellington Farm Historic District
April 14, 1988
487–500 Wellesley St.
42°19′58″N 71°18′25″W / 42.332778°N 71.306944°W / 42.332778; -71.306944 (Wellington Farm Historic District)
14 Weston Aqueduct Linear District
Weston Aqueduct Linear District
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January 18, 1990
Along the Weston Aqueduct from the Sudbury Reservoir to the Weston Reservoir
42°20′00″N 71°22′32″W / 42.333333°N 71.375556°W / 42.333333; -71.375556 (Weston Aqueduct Linear District)
Weston Extends into Southborough, Worcester County and Framingham and Wayland in Middlesex County.
15 Rev. Samuel Woodward House
Rev. Samuel Woodward House
October 8, 1976
19 Concord Rd.
42°22′05″N 71°18′21″W / 42.368056°N 71.305833°W / 42.368056; -71.305833 (Rev. Samuel Woodward House)


  1. ^ "National Register of Historic Places: Weekly List Actions". National Park Service, United States Department of the Interior. Retrieved on December 7, 2018.
  2. ^ Numbers represent an ordering by significant words. Various colorings, defined here, differentiate National Historic Landmarks and historic districts from other NRHP buildings, structures, sites or objects.
  3. ^ National Park Service (2008-04-24). "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service.
  4. ^ The eight-digit number below each date is the number assigned to each location in the National Register Information System database, which can be viewed by clicking the number.
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