The owners of the colonial house at 14 Wood Hill Road in Weston have no intention to leave it for very long, although work assignments have temporarily taken them out of town for the next three years. Rather than put their house on the market, knowing they plan to return, these owners have decided instead to make it available for rent while they are away. \u201cThey plan to come back. They love Weston,\u201d said Debbie Rehr, the listing agent. They want this house to come home to and they know that rentals are appreciated right now for several reasons. There are those people who might want to try on a particular town for size before committing to the purchase of their own home. It also gives prospective home-buyers a chance to wait for the current competitive market to ease a bit. Others might need a local place to live temporarily as their own home is undergoing renovations. \u201cThis is a great alternative to purchasing in this frenzied market and it\u2019s a chance to get to know the town,\u201d Rehr said. The rental also comes with concierge services, Rehr said. Rent will include landscaping, housekeeping and the owners hired a property manager who will be on call for any routine maintenance, she said. This 10-room house features four bedrooms and 2.5 baths, an updated gourmet kitchen, large sun room and four gas fireplaces. There is also a finished basement and a paneled home office\/library, \u201cwhich is essential these days,\u201d Rehr said. The office features custom wood paneling, a fireplace and extensive built-ins. Outside, there is a stone patio to enjoy al fresco dining, a fire pit and a level yard. Additionally, Weston residents have beach rights in Westport. This house sits on two acres on a cul-de-sac. This house is available for rent for $9,000 per month. For details contact Debbie Rehr of Compass Connecticut, LLC.