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Town Guides: Westport, Weston, Wilton and Fairfield

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Academics: Fairfield, Weston, Westport and Wilton
  • Fairfield Public Schools
    760 Stillson Road
    PO Box 220
    Fairfield 06430
    203-255-8300
    9 elementary, 2 middle, 1 high school
    College-bound graduates: 84%
    Per Pupil Expenditure: $9,153
    SAT Scores: 528 Verbal, 534 Math
  • Weston Public Schools
    135 School Road
    Weston 06883
    203-221-3406
    1 elementary, 1 middle, 1 high school
    College-bound graduates: 92%
    Per Pupil Expenditure: $11,442
    SAT Scores: 585 Verbal, 576 Math
  • Westport Public Schools
    110 Myrtle Avenue
    Westport 06880
    203-227-8451
    3 elementary, 2 middle, 1 high school
    College-bound graduates: 91%
    Per Pupil Expenditure: $11,191
    SAT Scores: 551 Verbal, 575 Math
  • Wilton Public Schools
    PO Box 277
    Wilton 06897
    203-762-3381
    2 elementary, 2 middle, 1 high school
    College-bound graduates: 93%
    Per Pupil Expenditure: $9,418
    SAT Scores: 573 Verbal, 577 Math

Fairfield/Easton

Memorial Day Parade

Set on Long Island Sound, Fairfield maintains its Colonial heritage and historic districts white it nurtures modern growth. Fairfield University is the focal point for many cultural events and there is strong local support for the arts. In town shopping features small upscale stores and specialty shops. Large shopping malls and factory outlets are located nearby in Bridgeport, Trumball and Norwalk.

Neighboring Easton is a beautifully rustic, rural town offering generous parcels of land to its 6,000 residents. Apartments and condominiums are prohibited and there is no commerce or industry.

Fairfield/Easton Statistics

Population:
59,560

Area:
59.4 square miles

Government:
Town Meeting

Distance to Manhattan:
60 miles

Town Halls:
611 Old Post Road
Fairfield 06430
203-256-3030

225 Center Road
Easton 06612
203-268-6291

Tax Assessors:
203-256-3110
203-268-6296

Education: Fairfield Public Schools
203-255-8300
Easton/Redding Regional #9 Schools
203-261-2513

Education: Fairfield Public Schools
203-255-8300
Easton/Redding Regional #9 Schools
203-261-2513

Hospitals: Bridgeport Hospital
203-384-3000
Norwalk Hospital
203-852-2000

Transportation: Daily train service to New York City; Amtrak; bus service; limousine service to New York airports; Connecticut Turnpike and Merritt Parkway.

Parks & Recreation:
203-256-3144
Miles of beaches that offer water sports, yachting, boating, fishing, and water skiing; camping and hiking areas, skating, golf, tennis, parks, athletic fields and sports leagues; Country Club and Yacht Clubs.


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Weston

Weston Town Hall

Weston will always be a quiet sanctuary of woods, rolling hills and streams. Ideal for those who value their privacy, it is home to several well-known artists and celebrities, as well as a large number of commuters. One third of Weston will remain unspoiled open space and nature preserve, with two-acre zoning in the rest of the town. Recreational facilities include riding stables, country clubs, community theater and activities for children


Boy Scouts hiking in Devil's Den, Weston

Weston's beautiful homes come in a variety of designs. Restores farmhouses, rustic cottages, elegant colonials, and breath-taking contemporaries all blend into the rustic setting..

Weston Statistics

Population:
8,637

Area:
20.8 square miles

Government:
Board of Selectmen

Distance to Manhattan:
50 miles

Town Hall:
56 Norfield Road
Weston 06883
203-222-2656

Tax Assessor:
203-222-2606

Education: Weston Public School District
203-221-3406

Hospitals: Danbury Hospital
203-797-7000
Norwalk Hospital
203-852-2000

Transportation: Availability of commuter train service to New York City; highway access to I-95; Newark, LaGuardia and Kennedy International Airports.

Parks & Recreation:
203-222-2655
Miles of horseback riding trails are provided by the Aspetuk Train Association; Westport Town Beach, youth programs include tennis, swimming and judo; soccer, football and basketball. Playgrounds, parks, golf and tennis are available nearby.


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Westport

Welcome to Westport!

Upbeat, upscale, and trendy, Westport, with its sandy beaches, scenic shoreline and inland woods, has long been considered a haven for creative individuals. Once a quiet summer resort, it has remained an artist's mecca while evolving into a bedroom community for those employed in New York's corporate centers.



The Westport Playhouse

Outdoor concerts at the Levitt Pavilion draw large crowds while summer theater at the Westport Country Playhouse has been a tradition for over 50 years.



Westport Statistics

Population:
27,353

Area:
22.4 square miles

Government:
Board of Selectmen

Distance to Manhattan:
40 miles

Town Hall:
110 Myrtle Avenue
Westport 96880
203-226-8311

Tax Assessor:
203-226-8311

Education: Westport Public Schools
203-227-8451

Hospitals: Norwalk Hospital
203-852-2000

Transportation:
Daily commuter train to New York; local and commuter bus to the station; access to New England Thruway and Merritt Parkway; Newark, LaGuardia, and Kennedy International Airports

Parks & Recreation:
203-226-8311
Over 210 acres of prime recreational facilities include Sherwood Island State Park, beaches, boating, golf course, swimming pool, softball field, tennis courts and playgrounds; youth activities and special interest clubs available.


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Wilton

Originally a small farming community, the peaceful town of Wilton epitomizes gracious country living, offering a pleasing blend of restored antique homes, spacious colonials, and striking contemporaries. Most homes are set on two-acre parcels and condominiums are scarce.


The Wilton Heritage Museum showcases Early American culture and decorative arts. Community theater is offered at the Wilton Play Shop. Wilton Center offers good local shopping, with more extensive facilities in neighboring Norwalk. The town has some industry and commercial complexes situated along Route 7, and rail service is provided from two area stations..



Wilton Statistics

Population:
16,808

Area:
26.8 square miles

Government:
Board of Selectmen

Distance to Manhattan:
55 miles

Town Hall:
238 Danbury Road
Wilton 06897
203-834-9200

Tax Assessor:
203-834-9235

Education: Wilton Public Schools
203-762-3381

Hospitals: Danbury Hospital
203-797-7000
Norwalk Hospital
203-852-2000

Transportation:
Daily train service to New York City; Interstates 95 and 95, as well as Routes 7, 33, 106, and 15; Newark, LaGuardia and Kennedy International Airports.

Parks & Recreation:
203-834-6234
Hundred of acres of prime parkland with camping facilities, nature areas, trails, swimming, picnic areas and playgrounds; tennis, athletic fields, organized sports, ponds, beaches and golf.


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Jan Gans Realtor, real estate agent and broker for Fairfield, Wilton, Weston and Westport real estate, houses for sale, and home buying in Fairfield  County CT

Jan Gans
Riverside-Shavell Coldwell Banker

472 Riverside Ave.
Westport, CT 06880
203-221-9866
203-227-4210 Fax
Email Jan: jan@janandleslie.com

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