Wilton is a highly sought-after residential community with fine open land, beautiful historic architecture and a wealth of exceptional services.
The town of Wilton, Connecticut is located in Fairfield County. Wilton is a rural town, rich in New England history. Winding back roads along streams, ponds and woods contribute to the beauty and charm while offering privacy, as well as pastoral settings. Metro North Trains make commuting to New York City easy. Weir Farm National Historic Site, the only National Park Service property in Connecticut, preserves the farm of J. Alden Weir, a painter of American Impressionism style. The Wilton Historical Society offers a unique glimpse into the history of Wilton. The community cautiously plans and limits commercial development in particular districts - Wilton has almost 1,000 acres of preserved space for active and passive recreational use. Surrounding the picturesque town green in the center of Wilton are town offices, the post office and numerous shops. Children in Wilton receive a solid education loaded in fundamental skills and cultural programs, as well as a new language laboratory, which encourages the study of foreign language.