Weston Village has a large collection of Victorian style houses dating back to its days as a village in the mid to late 1800's. These Victorian gems as well as some early 1900 Edwardian style houses are located south of Church Street and the Humber Memorial Church Hospital.
The north part of Weston around Pelmo Park and Fairglen Crescent, were built up between the late 1940's and the early 1960's and consist mostly of Tudor and ranch-style bungalows mixed in with back and side-split houses.
The apartment towers that line Weston Road were built in the late 1950's and early 1960 's. Most of these rental apartment buildings have been renovated and are on the west side of Weston Road and command excellent views of the Humber River Valley.
Weston's renewed popularity has also led to the recent addition of many new housing developments and renovations within the neighborhood
Weston still looks and feels more like a small Ontario town than a big city neighbourhood. This is not surprising considering the two dominant features in Weston's history the Humber River and the Railway, are still important landmarks in this community.
Weston's abundant civic pride is evident along Weston Road, which serves as the main street in the neighbourhood. Large green and gold road signs welcome visitors and it is also site to the santa clause parade.