5 WESTPORT/WESTON – Westport, located along Long Island Sound is 47 miles north of New York City and with a population of just over 26,000 it has an excellent reputation for its school system and private education, beautiful countryside and beaches, country elegance and charm in its downtown and unique shopping,antiquing,andculturalactivities. Incorporated in 1835 and covering 33.3 square miles, it is home to actors, artists and business executives alike throughout its many neighborhoods, such as Saugatuck, Greens Farms and Compo, to name a few. Weston is an affluent bedroom community with many accolades including “number one town in Connecticut” for populations of 10,000 – 15,000, which takes into consideration education, crime, FAIRFIELD – Ranked as one of the “best places to live” in the United States by Money magazine and one of the best places to live in the Northeast, Fairfield has a vibrant past, steeped in American Revolutionary War history, and a solid economic present as the home to the corporate headquarters of General Electric, one of the world’s largest companies. Covering 31.3 square miles, Fairfield is a wonderful mix of countryside and seaside. Education is paramount in Fairfield with a wide range of public and private schools, as well as two universities – Fairfield University and Sacred Heart. economy, and leisure. It is secluded due to its residential development limited to a 2-acre zoning and has virtually no commercial development. WILTON – The residents of Wilton live here to enjoy the open lands and the privacy, while being within close commuting proximity to New York City, Stamford, or Norwalk for work. Nestled in the Norwalk River Valley and part of Connecticut’s Gold Coast, Wilton has been recognized by CNN Money as one of the “Best Places to Live” in the United States. Family- oriented, Wilton is home to excellent public and private schools, clubs and civic organizations and a vibrant Little League baseball program.