West Newton Hill is a highly sought-after neighborhood. It’s a delightful area full of extraordinary homes with large gardens and streets lined with mature trees. It is both rich in history and conveniently located. The predominance of homes are large historic houses primarily built in the mid to late 19th century. With an interesting Village Centre and easy access to major highways and public transportation, it was created as a railroad suburb of Boston in the mid 1800’s. Access to transportation has always been an important attraction for this community. With one hundred homes on the National Register of Historic Places, the diverse examples of period architecture create an interesting landscape. There are many beautiful walks and strolls in this neighborhood – wander down any street to see its rich history. The Village of West Newton has many offerings which include a variety of restaurants, a movie theatre, local stores and transportation options. There is a Commuter Rail station, an Express Bus and an entrance to the MASS Pike. The local elementary school is the Peirce School with a much-enjoyed children’s play area.