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41.0262° N, 73.6282° W

Welcome to Greenwich!



Founded in 1640, Greenwich was the tenth town established in the state of Connecticut. The hamlet evolved from a farming community to an industrial hub to a resort town for families like the Rockefellers. Today, with its sparkling shoreline, stately mansions, and 45-minute train ride to New York City, it’s still a favored home base for Manhattan’s well-to-do.
Elementary Schools: 
  • North Street School West School
  • South School Glenville School
  • Cos Cob School
Middle School:
  • Central Middle School
  • Eastern Middle School
  • Western Middle School
High School:
  • Greenwich High School
Private Schools:
  • Greenwich Country Day School
  • Brunswick School
  • Greenwich Academy
  • Convent of the Sacred Heart
  • Eagle Hill School
More Private Schools:
  • The Stanwich School
  • Whitby School
  • Carmel Academy


Attractions & Outdoors:
  • The Bruce Museum
  • Bruce Park
  • Greenwich Point Park (Tod’s Point)
  • Babcock Preserve
  • Binney Park
  • Cos Cob Park
  • Pomerance Park
  • Byram Park
  • Roger Sherman Baldwin Park
  • Montgomery Pinetum
  • Western Greenwich Civic Center
  • Mianus River Park
  • Greenwich Audubon Center
  • Greenwich Historical Society
  • Boys & Girls Club of Greenwich
  • The Griff
  • Greenwich Country Club
  • Burning Tree Country Club
  • The Milbrook Club
  • Fairview Country Club
  • Round Hill Country Club
  • The Stanwich Club
  • Compass – 200 Greenwich Avenue
  • Greenwich Library
  • Greenwich YMCA & YWCA
  • Metro North Railroad
  • Greenwich Town Hall
Grocery Stores:
  • Acme Market
  • Stop & Shop
  • Whole Foods Market

Around the Block

Greenwich is a 50-square-mile town that includes the neighborhoods of Byram, Glenville, Cos Cob, Riverside, and Old Greenwich. Accessible to New York City by train, its wealth of attractions not only lures house-hunting Manhattanites, but tourists from all over the world.

What to Expect

Greenwich Avenue is the mile-long main drag dotted with high-end stores and impeccable eateries. In the heart of town, you’ll find narrow winding roads lined with smaller homes and businesses. Farther out, you’ll find stately residences on rolling hills and pristine gardens. Closer to the Long Island Sound lie private yacht clubs and sprawling waterfront estates.

The Lifestyle

Greenwich combines friendly New England charm with urban comforts and conveniences: renowned schools, a rich cultural scene, and seemingly endless upscale shopping and dining options.

Unexpected Appeal

Thousands flock to town for the annual Greenwich International Film Festival, and the library offers free movie screenings and discussions every Friday night. The beloved Bruce Museum of Arts and Science, atop a hill overlooking Greenwich Harbor, has garnered global acclaim for its art exhibitions.

The Market

Greenwich is famous for its shoreline mansions with private docks and palatial country homes on wooded multi-acre lots. You’ll find only a handful of more modest homes under 
$1 million.

You'll Fall In Love With

Greenwich boasts 32 miles of shoreline, some 4,000 acres of parkland, more than 150 miles of horseback riding trails, and four beaches— two of which are on islands accessible via ferry.
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Overview for Greenwich, CT

63,567 people live in Greenwich, where the median age is 45 and the average individual income is $115,860. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau.


Total Population

45 years

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Demographics and Employment Data for Greenwich, CT

Greenwich has 22,662 households, with an average household size of 3. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau. Here’s what the people living in Greenwich do for work — and how long it takes them to get there. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau. 63,567 people call Greenwich home. The population density is 3,717.393 and the largest age group is Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau.


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Median Age

48.65 / 51.35%

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  • Associate Degree
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Schools in Greenwich, CT

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The following schools are within or nearby Greenwich. The rating and statistics can serve as a starting point to make baseline comparisons on the right schools for your family. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau.
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