WESTON — In a landscape of colonial farmhouses, traditional colonials and contemporary houses, the wheat beige-colored house with white accents at 23 Bernhard Drive in Lower Weston would stand out, if anyone could see it.
This imposing Mediterranean-style colonial with its stucco façade is perched on a private hilltop hidden behind a scrim of tall trees. A long driveway takes residents and visitors to the top of the hill, which is not difficult to navigate in winter months as one might guess. This driveway is heated. That is only the first of many special features, functional and visual, contained within this property and its 6,339-square-foot house, which was built in 1998 on a 2.94-acre level and sloping parcel.