Explore Greenwich

Situated north of the Merritt Parkway, the backcountry offers large luxury Greenwich real estate and properties amid extraordinarily beautiful countryside, with four-acre zoning throughout much of the area and extensive open space preserved through the efforts of the Greenwich Land Trust and other conservation organizations.
Central Greenwich combines a gracious atmosphere with a cosmopolitan array of amenities, offering the appeal of living within walking distance of world-class shopping, dining and entertainment as well as parks, beaches, sailing facilities and the railroad station, an exceptional convenience for commuters to Manhattan.
Situated just east of Central Greenwich, Cos Cob provides a peaceful village-like setting in a close-knit community with single-family Greenwich homes and condominiums.
On scenic Long Island Sound, just 30 miles from midtown Manhattan, Greenwich, Connecticut is a vibrant cosmopolitan community considered among the most desirable in the nation.
South of the Merritt Parkway, mid-country Greenwich enjoys a country-like setting with Greenwich real estate on zoning ranges from one to two acres in size.
The town's origins are traced to the historic village of Old Greenwich, which today preserves the charm of a gracious New England community with classic Colonial Old Greenwich homes and beautiful waterfront properties.
Riverside's extensive shoreline on the river, harbor, and Long Island Sound contribute to its appeal as a desirable waterfront community with terrific Greenwich houses.
On scenic Long Island Sound, just 30 miles from midtown Manhattan, Greenwich, Connecticut is a vibrant cosmopolitan community considered among the most desirable in the nation.
Greenwich's 32 miles of coastline offer many inviting Greenwich houses directly on or near the water.
The western side of Greenwich stretches all the way from the New York border on the north to Long Island Sound on the south.

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