Greenwich Neighborhoods

Central Greenwich

Central Greenwich

The hub of economic activity and the seat of town government, Central Greenwich is highly walkable and offers a diverse landscape that ranges from tiny, winding streets to spacious enclaves of luxury homes. Truly something for everyone.



Originally a community for farmers, fisherman and oystermen, Riverside's abundance of waterfront access, combined with an easy commute to Manhattan, make it a great place to settle down. Adjacent to Old Greenwich, Riverside is completely residential.



A residential community with an industrial past, Glenville is revered for its beautiful homes and down-to-earth feel. Its name refers to the community’s unique landscape – a narrow valley winding along the Byram River.

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Old Greenwich

Known for Its historic downtown, reminiscent of a Norman Rockwell island retreat, Old Greenwich combines proud Connecticut tradition and modern living. With a walkable downtown, celebrated public parks and a sprawling coastline, it offers a healthy mix of activity for any resident.

Cos Cob

Cos Cob

Four-and-a-half square miles in area, Cos Cob is an elegant community perched between the Long Island Sound and the Mianus River. It is also a walker's paradise, as everything from mom-and-pop restaurants to the treasured local library is a delightful stroll away.



Byram is having a moment. Over the past decade, growing families and Manhattan transplants have fallen for the area’s laid-back charm and vibrant shopping districts. Head to the community for beautiful homes in walking distance of some of the town's best restaurants and nightlife.

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