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Living in Greenwich is so desirable that most people first select this community, and then find their home within it!



  • Extreme Southwest corner of Connecticut
  • Shortest Connecticut commute to New York City: 35 Minutes by car or 45 minutes by Metro-North Train
  • Over 50 square mile area



  • Single family: $300,000 to $50+ million
  • Condominium: $200,000 to $3+ million
  • Rental apartments/homes: $750 per month to over $20,000+ per month



  • Over 60,000 residents
  • Nearly 20% of the population represent diverse cultures
  • 16% of school children speak English as a second language (38 various first languages)
  • 37 Churches and Synagogues



  • High home value appreciation averaging 7% annually over the past 10 years
  • Lowest residential real estate taxes in Fairfield and Westchester Counties
  • Low increase in real estate taxes averaging approximately 3%-3.5%



  • High nationally rated public school systems (over 90% of Greenwich High Students in the college-bound program)
  • Nine NAIS accredited independent schools, grades K-12
  • Over 40 preschool and early childhood programs


Public Facilities

  • Unmatched recreational facilities including three town beaches, tennis courts, and an 18-hole golf course
  • Numerous museums, libraries and historical sites
  • Focus on the arts through the Greenwich Symphony Orchestra, summer Pops Concerts, Choral Society, Arts Center, theatrical productions and concerts
  • Nature and conservation sensitivity through the Audubon Center, Garden Education Center and numerous wildlife sanctuaries and conservation areas