Brook School Apartments

About the Brook School Apartments
Situated in a country-like setting, the Brook School Apartments are within easy walking distance of Weston Center and its shops, churches, the library, the Council on Aging, and the town pool.
The atmosphere at Brook School Apartments encourages both independent pursuits like quiet reading in one of the many comfortable sitting areas or enjoying the occasional social gatherings with neighbors. The tenants’ Resident Association plans occasional social activities throughout the year such as cook outs and holiday parties. In the spring, summer and fall, tenant volunteers coordinate a weekly Movie Night. On Monday’s, a low cost lunch provided by Springwell and coordinated through the Council on Aging is offered.
The entrance sign for the Brook School Apartments

Bedroom Features

The average size of a 1 bedroom is approximately 775 square feet with the following features:
  • Galley-style kitchen
  • Air conditioner
  • Wall- to-wall carpeting
  • Dishwasher

Building Complex Features

The combined 4 buildings have 75 apartments. Of all apartments, 55 are subsidized and 20 are rented at market rate. The building features 73 1-bedroom units and the other 2 units contain 2 bedrooms.

All buildings have elevators, a community laundry room, and multiple sitting areas. There are 2 large community rooms available for tenant functions and informal group gatherings.

The complex has an on-site manager who oversees building maintenance, tenant relations, leasing, and HUD eligibility. Besides the manager, a full-time maintenance worker and part-time housing assistant are on site.

Rental Information

Rental housing is very limited in Weston and in high demand. For the subsidized units the wait can be 3 - 6 years, due to the number of applicants on the wait list. Income qualifications for these apartments follow current HUD Income Limits.

The wait list for the market rent units is shorter with immediate occupancy occasionally available. An application is necessary for either type of apartment. One month’s rent and a security deposit are required upon occupancy.

Applications for both market-rate and subsidized apartments are available to download.

Tenant Responsibilities

The rent includes heat and hot water. Each tenant is responsible for paying his / her own electric, cable and phone bill.

The Complex has a Manager who is overseen by the Elderly Housing Committee.