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Once known as a farming town and supplier of much of New York's produce, Greenwich is known for is cosmopolitan attitude and world-class shopping, dining, arts, and recreation, as well as for its easy proximity to New York City via public transit. Greenwich Avenue eateries include fine dining to casual restaurants, and varied family-friendly options. Several famous chefs have brought their savory talents to Greenwich, which contributes to the high-quality atmosphere. Greenwich's award-winning public schools have landed the town in the 99.3 percentile of best school districts in America. 



Central Greenwich

The hub of economic activity and the seat of town government, Central Greenwich is highly walkable and offers a diverse landscape that ranges from tiny, winding streets to spacious enclaves of luxury homes. 

Old Greenwich

Known for its historic downtown, reminiscent of a Norman Rockwell island retreat, Old Greenwich combines proud Connecticut tradition and modern living. With a walkable downtown, celebrated public parks, and a sprawling coastline, it offers a healthy mix of activity for any resident. 


Originally a community for farmers, fisherman, and oystermen, Riverside's abundance of waterfront access, combined with an easy commute to Manhattan, make it a great place to settle down. 

Cos Cob

Four-and-a-half square miles in area, Cos Cob is an elegant community perched between the Long Island Sound and the Mianus River. It is also a walker's paradise, as everything from mom-and-pop restaurants to the treasured local library is a delightful stroll away. 


If you close your eyes and picture Greenwich, you're most likely thinking of the Backcountry. Winding, tree-lined roads. Spacious acres. Once the location of sprawling historic estates, the land is now a destination for stunning mansions with modern amenities. 


A residential community with an industrial past, Glenville is revered for its beautiful homes and down-to-earth feel. Its name refers to the community's unique landscape - a narrow valley winding along the Byram River.


Byram is having a moment. Over the past decade, growing families and Manhattan transplants have fallen for the area's laid-back charm and vibrant shopping districts. Head to the community for beautiful homes in walking distance of some of the town's best restaurants and nightlife. 

North Mianus

A primarily residential community, North Mianus offers a wide range of amenities including various housing options and two of Greenwich's eleven public elementary schools: North Mianus School and the International School at Dundee. 



Bush-Holley House

The historic Bush-Holley House, presently the home of the Historical Society of the Town of Greenwich, became famous as the residence and studio of the renowned Cos Cob School of American Impressionists, which included Elmer MacRae, Childe Hassam, and John Twachtman. 

Greenwich Point Park

Greenwich Point Park is a 147.3-acre Town-owned beach and recreation facility in Old Greenwich, CT. Also known by locals as "Tod's Point," it was the former estate of J. Kennedy Tod and many historic buildings still exist in the park. Home to Old Greenwich Yacht Club, there is also a boatyard and a launch for boats and kayaks. 

Greenwich Audubon Center

Greenwich Audubon Center stewards seven sanctuaries and private parcels (totaling 686 acres) in Greenwich, including the Main Sanctuary (and Audubon Center) located at 613 Riversville Road. Our center opened its doors in 1943 as the National Audubon Society's first environmental education center, and has been welcoming visitors and serving as a leader in place-based nature education ever since. 

Greenwich Polo Club

Nestled in beautiful backcountry, Greenwich Polo Club was established in 1981 and is recognized as one of the elite high-goal polo venues in the world. Known for its unmatched roster of legendary teams, professional players, and champion equine athletes, fondly known as polo ponies. Distinguished families, young entrepreneurs, artists, and well-known personalities are all part of the international dynamic which makes Greenwich Polo Club so unique. 

Bruce Museum

The Bruce Museum is a community based, world-class institution highlighting art, science, and natural history in more than a dozen changing exhibits annually. The permanent galleries feature the natural sciences that encompass regional to global perspectives. 

Greenwich Library

The Greenwich Library system consists of the Main Library and its Byram Shubert and Cos Cob branches. With 1,800 programs and events per year, the Library seeks to serve as the cultural and intellectual crossroads of the community. 

Overview for GREENWICH, CT

63,567 people live in GREENWICH, where the median age is 45 and the average individual income is $115,860. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau.


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