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About Greenwich

Welcome to Greenwich! I've known of this charming town for many years but have lived here for the past five. Greenwich is made up of Greenwich, Cos Cob, Riverside, and Old Greenwich. Each town has its own vibe, all within minutes of one another. The best part: there's something for everyone!



The most well-known of its siblings, Greenwich is known for its upscale stores and restaurants, wealthy and celebrity residents, and less than 60 minute commute to Manhattan.

Greenwich itself has lots of neighborhoods. Indian Harbor and Belle Haven are waterfront.  Then you have "in town." Mid-country (aka south of the parkway) gets you more land with a less than 10 minute commute to town. Back-country (aka north of the parkway) are the true estates and farms.

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Cos Cob

Cos Cob is the most affordable of the four towns in Greenwich. What it lacks in prestige, it makes up for in great little shops north of the main strip.  There are parts that fall in the North Street School District as well as the North Mianus homes on the river that drive up value in Cos Cob.

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Riverside is the ultimate neighborhood. At least it is south of the Post Road, I can't say I've experienced much north of the post road. There are always people on the street walking, running, biking, or walking their dog. There are some waterfront properties in private associations as well as some great family friendly streets. The drawback to me if there had to be one is the lack of an actual main street town concept but Riverside still offers everything for convenient living.

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Old Greenwich

Old Greenwich is a beach town a heart. Home of Tod's Point, Old Greenwich's proximity to the sand and surf radiates through. During the warmer months you'll find residents walking, running, and biking to and from town and the beach. It's amazing what the salt water and fresh air can do for relaxation.

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