WESTON — Hidden Hill Road in Lower Weston got its name for a reason. It is well hidden off a one-way street, River Road, which is not well traveled except by its residents. Hidden Hill, not to be confused with Hidden Meadow nearby, is a cul-de-sac that meanders through a lightly wooded area high above the Saugatuck River.
Just off the right fork of this roadway is a fascinating property of almost 3 acres, possibly tied to Weston history, and it’s worth seeking out. The beige Cape Cod-style farmhouse at 13 Hidden Hill Road belongs to the 20th and 21st centuries, having been built in 1930 and updated in the new millennium. The property itself may have once been part of the Coley family farm.