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

 

Location

Extreme Southwest corner of Connecticut

Shortest Connecticut commute to New York City: 35 Minutes by car or 45 minutes by Metro-North Train - www.mta.info

Over 50 square mile area

 

Affordability

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

 

Diversity

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

 

Investment

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%

 

Education

High nationally rated public school systems (over 90% of Greenwich High Students in the college-bound program). Greenwich High School

Nine NAIS accredited independent schools, grades K-12.  Independent Schools

Over 40 preschool and early childhood programs. Greenwich Pre Schools

 

Public Facilities

Unmatched recreational facilities including three town beaches, tennis courts, and an 18-hole golf course.

Golf Courses in Greenwich 

Greenwich Town Beaches

Tennis in Greenwich

 

Numerous museums, libraries and historical sites

Greenwich Library

Bruce Museum

Greenwich Historical Society

 

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