West Newton - 02465
Housing in West Newton, MA – 02465
West Newton is one of the older of the 13 villages within the city of Newton. It lies on the northwest side of Newton, essentially bisected by the Mass Pike! West Newton’s business district is found on the north side of the Pike along Washington and Watertown Streets where you are able to catch MBTA bus service and the commuter rail. There are restaurants, municipal services, and a cinema in this area. There is also a Whole Foods market less than a couple of miles down Washington Street. Housing prices in West Newton run from a modest $600,000 to $6,000,000… only a difference of a zero!
If you scroll to the bottom of this page, you will see all the available listings in all of West Newton.
If you are interested in any of the other nearby villages, choose from the list below:
- Auburndale – 02466
- Chestnut Hill – 02467
- Oak Hill/Thompsonville/Newton Centre – 02459
- Newton Corner, Nonantum – 02458
- Newton Highlands – 02452
- Newton Lower Falls – 02462
- Newton Upper Falls – 02464
- Newtonville – 02460
- Waban – 02468
And then there is Four Corners… which is really more of a neighborhood than a village. All this gives rise to the statement, “In some ways, villages in the city of Newton are a state of mind; there are no formal borders, but everyone knows in which village he lives.” Perhaps it’s because each retains its own distinctive neighborhood feeling and architecture. In any case, even though some village names are official Post Office town designations, this village-based system often causes some confusion with addresses to first time visitors. A prime example is Chestnut Hill. It actually shares its name with a neighboring area in the Town of Brookline and in the city of Boston.
West Newton Listings
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*** If you should see some properties listed twice it is because brokers like to list a condo/townhome as a condo plus as a single-family house, or list a dilapidated house as land, as well as a residence.