Greenwich

Welcome to Greenwich

Situated in the Southwest portion of Fairfield County, along Connecticut’s Gold Coast, Greenwich is an idyllic and scenic town bordered by Stamford and White Plains, New York. Named by English settlers after the London borough, the town showcases grand, colonial architecture reminiscent of America’s early days. It also features a highly sought-after Downtown with plenty of shopping, dining, and cultural attractions.

Nearby Neighborhoods

Stamford; Westchester, NY

Nearby Transportation

Metro-North Railroad (Greenwich, Cos Cob, Riverside, Old Greenwich); Interstate 95

Explore Greenwich

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Homes

Known for its historic, impeccably maintained estates and classic New England architecture, Greenwich also features a variety of residential options—ranging from townhomes and apartments to spacious coastal properties with architecture reminiscent of nearby Norfolk and greater New England. While you won’t find high-rise developments in Greenwich, the area’s diverse architecture and housing options should not be overlooked.

Listings in the Area

2 Vista Drive, Greenwich, Connecticut -  - Previous PhotoNext Photo1 of 15
2 Vista Drive
$8,995,000
Greenwich
Land
Rob Johnson  (203) 869-8100
25 W Elm Street, Greenwich, Connecticut - 2 Bedrooms  
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25 W Elm Street
$1,100,000
Greenwich
2 BR  |  1 BA
Rob Johnson  (203) 869-8100
158 Round Hill Road, Greenwich, Connecticut - 4 Bedrooms  
5.5 Bathrooms - Previous PhotoNext Photo1 of 21
158 Round Hill Road
$16,000 MO.
Greenwich
4 BR  |  5.5 BA
Joann P. Erb  (203) 869-8100
OPEN HOUSE:  Apr 14, 1:00 - 3:00
129 Cutler Road, Greenwich, Connecticut - 3 Bedrooms  
2 Bathrooms - Previous PhotoNext Photo1 of 17
129 Cutler Road
$1,600,000
Greenwich
3 BR  |  2 BA
Joann P. Erb  (203) 869-8100
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Greenwich homes offer some of the most beautiful architecture and details. There are antique homes with great millwork and attention to detail as well as super sleek modern homes. There are not really cookie-cutter, mass-produced neighborhoods. The homes were built one at a time, offering unique character and charm.
- Laurie Meyer, Real Estate Agent

The broad range/selection of prices and zoning gives something for everyone. Coastal living, downtown, and estate-style properties are all well-represented.
- Rob Johnson, Real Estate Agent

Homes range from historic to new construction, on the water to back-country, townhouses to apartments, and everything in between. Each house and property is truly unique and offers its own charm and appeal. You can grow and adapt your style and needs all while staying within the same town.
- Lisa Stugart, Real Estate Agent

The Lifestyle

Tranquil, picturesque, and suitable for all sorts of lifestyles, Greenwich offers a quintessential suburban experience enhanced by natural beauty and cultural and recreational options, all within close proximity to neighboring cities including New York. Greenwich is home to several neighborhoods, each of which offers something unique to residents and visitors alike. Cos Cob, for instance, is known for its wealth of galleries and cultural events that occur throughout the year, while Riverside offers convenient access to the town’s major transportation lines.

Greenwich Avenue
Greenwich Avenue
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I love Greenwich because it has something to offer everyone. To describe Greenwich as a whole, I would say picturesque no matter the season, diverse in its people and lifestyles, and simultaneously modern yet classic.
- Elizabeth Douthit, Real Estate Agent

Greenwich is big enough to satisfy the need for cultural experiences, educational opportunities, and recreational pursuits. The town is over 50 square miles large, yet there is such a sense of community.
- Diddle McAllister, Real Estate Agent

The town is made up of smaller neighborhoods that each have their own feel, defining characteristics, house sizes, and styles. To name a few, Old Greenwich has a tight-knit community and beach feel, Mid-Country has more space but easy access to everything, and downtown has proximity to Greenwich Avenue.
- Cora Lynch-O'Meara, Real Estate Agent

Binney Park
Binney Park
Tranquil walking paths, stone bridges, and sports fields make this a popular spot to spend time.
Bruce Park
Bruce Park
Locals flock to this park for its kid-friendly playground and tennis courts.

Outdoors

From public beaches and private clubs to an array of green spaces, Greenwich offers plenty of options for outdoor lovers. Local favorites include Tod’s Point for sailing or walking trails, and Bruce Park for tennis courts and playgrounds.

The outdoor options are my favorite thing about living in Greenwich. People ask me if I go away in the summer and I always think: Why would I? I take advantage of being in a town with a beach and numerous water activities. I paddle board, kayak, run, and picnic at the beach on a regular basis. In the winter, I play platform tennis at the Cos Cob courts.
- Laurie Meyer, Real Estate Agent

There are inexpensive town docks, moorings, golf courses and a wide variety of private clubs for many sports and social activities.
- Rob Johnson, Real Estate Agent

Cultural Attractions / Landmarks

Offering a balance of historical and contemporary landmarks and attractions—such as the Bush-Holley House, Bruce Museum, and Weber Fine Art—Greenwich is home to several options for cultural enrichment and exploration.

Greenwich World War I Monument
Greenwich World War I Monument
Deborah Butterfield Valentine's 'Orson'
Deborah Butterfield Valentine's 'Orson'

One of my favorite cultural events is the Greenwich International Film Festival. We are fortunate to have a movie event on par with Sundance and the NY Film Festival. This is an opportunity to see films that are insightful and entertaining and may not go to the big screen.
- Laurie Meyer, Real Estate Agent

The Greenwich Wine and Food Festival each fall, Art to The Avenue in May, and the Greenwich Town Party are incredible.
- Diddle McAllister, Real Estate Agent

Applausi
Applausi
A contemporary, chic Italian eatery with an authentic menu curated by a Tuscan-born chef.
Le Penguin
Le Penguin
The popular restaurant’s menu includes authentic French fare like escargot and foie gras, along with creative takes on crab cakes and tuna tartare.
Lily
Lily
Located in Old Greenwich, the shop offers an array of chic shoes and accessories.
Lugano
Lugano
An Italian restaurant serving tapas, as well as a menu dedicated to cured meats and cheeses. The restaurant is also a popular venue for live music.
Orienta
Orienta
Offering a unique fusion of Vietnamese and French fare, the one-of-a-kind restaurant is overseen by the same owners as Le Penguin. From steak frites to flavorful curries, the menu is sure to provide a memorable experience for even the worldliest palates.
Raphael’s Bakery
Raphael’s Bakery
A charming French bakery that is as delicious as it is transportive.

Dining

Greenwich offers plenty of dining options to appeal to a variety of preferences, ranging from chic French bakeries and bistros to charming pubs. Highlights include Le Penguin, Raphael’s Bakery, Orienta, and Applausi.

It is an embarrassment of riches in this town with SO many wonderful places to eat.
- Diddle McAllister, Real Estate Agent

There are so many good restaurants in Greenwich. Some of my favorites are Meli-Melo for lunch, Doppio for family Italian, Le Penguin for a classic French bistro, Miku for sushi, Versailles for brunch, L’Escale for eating near the water, La Taqueria for casual tacos and margaritas, Orienta for Asian fusion, Mediterraneo for Mediterranean-inspired, and Raph’s Bakery for morning coffee and pastries (across the street from the BHS Greenwich office-come say hi!).
- Lisa Stugart, Real Estate Agent

Nightlife

The nightlife scene in Greenwich is understated but lively, with longstanding establishments like Tony’s at the J House offering a fun atmosphere any night of the week. For a casual scene and long beer list, try Little Pub.

Little Pub
Little Pub
Casual American fare that doesn’t sacrifice quality or flavor, featuring a menu of burgers, wings, soups, salads, and mac and cheese, along with an extensive list of local and nationally loved brews.

If you are looking for somewhere to grab a drink with friends, there are a number of places you can try. Tony’s at the JHouse has a lively bar scene and is popular every night of the week. On Greenwich Avenue, most restaurants serving dinner have options for wine and cocktail menus. For a casual scene and a long beer list, Little Pub is the answer.
- Cora Lynch-O'Meara, Real Estate Agent

Fred Boutique
Fred Boutique
“This is the place to go when you have an event and you need help finding the perfect dress.”—Laurie Meyer
Richards
Richards
A locally and family-owned retailer with merchandise from top luxury brands like Tom Ford and Bottega Veneta.
Threads & Threads
Threads & Threads
A one-stop-shop for all your athletic and outdoor clothing needs.

Shopping

From large retailers to one-of-a-kind boutiques, Greenwich is a dream for anyone looking for elegant fashion or gift options. From Fred Boutique to Richards and Threads and Threads, Greenwich is home to plenty of locally owned shops. Plus, designer brands and department stores such as Saks Fifth Avenue, Vineyard Vine, and Hermes are found here.

My favorite shopportunites are along Greenwich Avenue. I dont know if it is the people watching or the actual merch that is my favorite part!
- Diddle McAllister, Real Estate Agent

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