Greenwich, Connecticut is a little city with small town appeal. Offering a unique mix of small New England town ambience with a metropolitan sophistication, Greenich is boasting with parks and exceptional shopping areas, perfectly balanced with backcountry rural settings and some of Long Island Sound's most beautiful shorelines
Known as "The Gateway to New England," Greenwich has the suburban charm with urban comforts and conveniences: renowned schools, a rich cultural scene, and seemingly endless upscale shopping and dining options. It is a 50-square-mile town that includes the neighborhoods of Byram, Glenville, Cos Cob, Riverside, and Old Greenwich. Less than an hour outside of New York City by train, its wealth of attractions not only lures house-hunting Manhattanites, but tourists from all over the world.
Greenwich is one of the safest, most educated towns in America, but don’t mistake it for a sleepy suburb: it also has a number of entertainment festivals, including the Greenwich Town Party and the Greenwich Food + Wine Festival.
Commute to NYC:
28 miles from Manhatten, Greenwich has the fastest commuter times to NYC. Its four train stations include Greenwich proper, Cos Cob, Riverside, and Old Greenwich (the last three are neighborhoods or hamlets within the town of Greenwich). Each station parking operated by the town, and the Greenwich and Old Greenwich stations are ADA accessible.