A Little about Greenwich



Though only 40 short minutes from Grand Central Terminal, one is transported to a town that feels millions of miles away in all the best ways possible. Regaled as one of the best places to live in the United States, Greenwich lives up to its reputation by providing the landscaped beauty of country living with urban sophistication.


Greenwich Avenue, which lies at the heart of Central Greenwich, is a premier culinary and shopping destination that rivals Fifth Avenue. Established luxury brands share a Greenwich Avenue address with newer names known for their downtown sensibility. A remarkable variety of culinary experiences are within walking distance of one another to satisfy an afternoon treat of sorbet or crepes, to a fine meal at a Zagat-rated restaurant.



Central Greenwich is also home to the renowned Bruce Museum and Greenwich Public Library, as well as the town’s arts council, symphony, and theater. The Greenwich Harbor hosts large yachts and international traveling exhibits. Residents can take advantage of Island Beach, an uninhabited island just one mile off-shore, which boasts almost 1,000 feet of fine sandy beach, with swimming and docking areas accessible by private boat or town ferry.



Homes in Central Greenwich range from elegant in-town condominiums and townhomes to exquisite waterfront estates and stately manors surrounded by acres of manicured rolling hillside, and everything in-between.



North of the Merritt Parkway lies the majority of Greenwich’s majestic equestrian estates. Homes in this neighborhood sit atop at least 4 acres of land, many of which are surrounded by the area's ample lakes, rivers and ponds.



Greenwich's 30+ miles of coastline not only host the town's public parks, beaches, and harbors, but also renowned yacht clubs and highly sought-after homes.