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Weston, Florida is a large suburban city in Broward County. It has approximately 10 neighborhoods and is the 38th largest community in the state. It is part of the Miami-Fort Lauderdale-Pompano Beach Metropolitan Statistical Area and is the westernmost community in Broward County. It was developed by Arvida/JMB Reality and was incorporated in September of 1996. It has a commission/manager style of city government and is a major tourist destination. It features unique shops, luxurious hotels, breathtaking trails to hike and bike and a variety of festivals, sports events, concerts annually. It is a well-educated community, where approximately 58% of adults hold a four-year degree or higher. It is semi-ethnically diverse and nearly 40% of residents were born outside the United States. The most common language is English, followed by Spanish.
The city spans 26.2 square miles, 25.2 square miles of land area and the remaining 1.2 square miles of water area. It is a decidedly white-collar community, where 93% of the workforce hold/work white-collar positions and professions. Over 9% of the workforce works from home via telecommuting and home-based businesses. In 2010, the population of Weston was 65,333 and the population density was 2,597 residents per square mile. In the same year, the median household income was $93,555 and the per capita income was $40,442. By 2013, the estimated median household income was $91,844 and the per capita income was an estimated $42,271. Further, the estimated median house or condo value was reported at $384,700, the mean housing price on all units at $234,961 and the median gross rent at $1,780. The estimated population in 2014 was 69,100.
Public education is provided by the Broward County School District. Public schools in Weston include, but are not limited to Cypress Bay High School, Everglades Elementary School, Falcon Cove Middle School, and Imagine Charter School at Weston. The average commute time for residents of Weston is about 31 minutes and many residents work in neighboring communities. Local parks include Weston Regional Park, Broward County Public Library Park, Vista Park, Tequesta Trace Park and Gator Run Park. The community is known for its lush landscapes, beautiful and distinctive neighborhoods, quiet streets and low crime rates. Homes are middle class and higher in design, style and size. Weston real estate options also include rental properties and lease properties like condos and townhomes. To begin your home search in the gorgeous city of Weston, call local real estate agent John Merrit at 561-283-3892 and find the home of your dreams.
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|Average value of the dwelling in which household lives||$473,947|
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School Name Phone Type Grades Rating Indian Trace Elementary School 754-323-6300 Public KG-5 Gator Run Elementary School 754-323-5850 Public KG-5 County Isles Elementary School 754-323-5250 Public KG-5 Everglades Elementary School 754-323-5600 Public KG-5 Imagine Charter School At Weston 954-659-3600 Public KG-5 Eagle Point Elementary School 754-323-5500 Public PK-5 Manatee Bay Elementary School 754-323-6450 Public KG-5 Three Village Montessori Not Available Private PK-3 The Sagemont School Not Available Private PK-12 Weston Christian Academy Not Available Private PK-8
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