About Greenwich

Gateway to New England

Greenwich is an affluent town in Connecticut’s Fairfield County and is located just 40 minutes outside of New York City.   With a population of more 61,000, Greenwich is the largest on the Connecticut Gold Coast– a nickname given for its many hedge funds and large financial service companies.

Greenwich offers beautiful homes, low property taxes, quality schools and endless recreational and cultural opportunities.  The town has four beaches on Long Island Sound: Greenwich Point (Tod’s Point), Byram Beach, Island Beach (Little Captain’s Island), and Great Captain  Island.

The town also owns the an 18-link golf course.  In addition, there are also eight country clubs in Greenwich with golf courses and the Dorothy Hamill Ice Skating Rink.

Greenwich is home to the Greenwich International Film Festival, the Greenwich Symphony Orchestra, the Greenwich Choral Socity and the Bruce Museum which is a town-owned institution with sections devoted to art and natural history.

Every year in May, there is the Greenwich Town Party. The sold-out event has had performances from musicians such as Earth, Wind, and Fire, the Doobie Brothers (2015), the Temptations (2011), James Taylor (2012), Paul Simon (2013), Santana and Buddy Guy (2014), John Fogerty, Hall and Oates (2016) and Steely Dan (2017).

Greenwich has been named one of the best places to live by several media outlets, including CNN and Money Magazine, and has been recognized for being home to some of the most successful people in the nation.

With easy access to New York City on Metro North, Greenwich is a commuter’s dream.  For those with children, Greenwich has high-achieving public schools as well as many private education options. Both public and private schools boast high acceptance rates into the country’s best colleges and universities.

Every residential section within the Town’s fifty mile radius offers something different. Low key family lifestyle and a small town atmosphere is the hallmark of many areas, especially in Byram, Pemberwick and Glenville.  Central and back country Greenwich areas offer quality amenities associated with a city lifestyle wrapped in a neighbor-like style.  Cos Cob, Riverside and Old Greenwich areas offer the unlimited pleasures of parks, walking trails and waterside.

Top Five Attractions

  1. Greenwich Point Park.
  2. Black Rock Antiques Center
  3. Island Beach
  4. Byram Shore Park
  5. Bruce Museum

Annual Visitor’s Events

  1. Bruce Museum
  2. Spring Outdoor Crafts Festival, May and October
  3. Greenwich Town Party, May
  4. International Film Festival, June
  5. Greenwich Holiday and Stroll Fair, Nov.-Dec.

 

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