Wilton is a rural residential town rich in New England history. The first written record of the area that is now considered Wilton dates back to 1640, when Roger Ludlow and his friends purchased land from the Native Americans between the Norwalk and Saugatuck Rivers for “a day’s walk into the country”. Nestled in the Norwalk River Valley in southwestern Connecticut, Wilton is north of the City of Norwalk, west of the Town of Weston, and east of the Town of New Canaan. Winding roads, large lots and a generally rural feel lend Wilton a serene lifestyle. Bustling retail areas also abound with wonderful restaurants and all the modern amenities of an urban center.
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The exceptional education system is often a key driver for many families searching for homes for sale in Wilton. Highly rated, Wilton’s Board of Education is responsible for the four pubic schools under their jurisdiction. Organized slightly differently than a traditional school progression, the Miller-Driscoll School serves pre-K to second grade, Cider Mill School grades 3-5, Middlebrook School grades 6-8, and Wilton High School grades 9 -12. For more information, use my comprehensive tool to research information about area schools. You can also look at the proximity of home listings to the school you’re exploring for your family.
Wilton has a strong arts community represented by the Wilton Arts Council and enjoys many festivities and community events each year. A visit to the Weir Farm National Historic Site is always invigorating. Stemming from June 1882, when painter J. Alden Weir boarded a train from New York bound for his farm among the hills of Branchville, Connecticut, Weir Farm was transformed into a creative refuge for friends and fellow artists that still remains today. The Wilton Trackside Teen Center offers a multitude of opportunities for teens to get involved, while Wilton Children’s Theater offers a unique theatrical experience to the town’s children. Hiking, biking and all manner of sports teams abound as does a rich shopping experience in many nearby neighborhoods.
Education, culture, community, nature… all this and more await you in Wilton! Click here to explore home listings and find your next dream home.
If you’re looking for a home for sale conveniently located to New York City, I encourage you to consider Wilton, which is only 90 minutes from Grand Central Station from the Wilton, Cannondale or Branchville stations on the New Haven Line Danbury branch of Metro-North Railroad.
Wilton to NYC
Metro-North New Haven Schedule
Depending on where you live in Wilton, you can travel to GCT via the Branchville, Wilton or Cannondale stations on the Danbury Branch of the Metro-North New Haven line. If using Branchville station, there are no ticket machines and no staffed ticket office. The fare to GCT is $14.25 one-way peak, $10.75 one-way off-peak, $308 monthly. Parking is handled by the Town of Ridgefield (203-431-2700). There is a wheelchair ramp to the platform. The station is served by Westport Star Taxi (203-227-3063). Call in advance.
The Wilton Station is a few hundred yards from Center Street near the intersection of Route 7 and 33. Cannondale Station is on Cannon Road, just off Route 7, adjoining the Cannondale Village Shopping Center. There are no ticket machines and no staffed ticket office. Parking at Wilton and Cannondale is the province of the town (203-563-0100). Tickets bought before boarding the train to Grand Central cost $13.50 one-way peak, $10 one-way off peak. A monthly commutation ticket is $292.