Weston is a residential community in Southwestern Connecticut (about 45 miles from New York City) with a population of 10,037, two acre zoning, and a Board of Selectmen - Town Meeting form of government.
Weston is woodsy and serene and contains miles of country lanes lined with estates, historic colonials and farmhouses, along with towering contemporary homes. Properties are zoned for plots of two acres or more. The average home price is $1,318,000.
Most shopping opportunities are outside of town. Weston offers a post office, gas station, hardware store and one or two other small businesses.
Almost one-quarter of the town's total acreage is devoted to open space and includes a popular Nature Conservancy preserve -- Devil's Den, 645-acre Aspetuck Land Trust forestland, and 53-acre Bisceglie-Scribner Park.
Weston residents enjoy close proximity to New York, Stamford and Greenwich.
Weston's school system and facilities are among the finest in the nation. Their Board of Education, school administrations and staff have achieved a level of educational excellence which is unparalleled.