Discover the quaint waterfront community of Old Greenwich! Originally a popular summer resort spot, this picturesque town is now home to plenty of year-round residents, including many transplants from Manhattan. Located in the southeastern corner of Greenwich, this seaside village lies on a peninsula that extends into the Long Island Sound.
Residents are friendly and active in this tight-knit community. The pristine Victorian houses with front porches are close to each other and the beaches are beautifully maintained. You’ll find colorful winding streets and gorgeous scenic coastline in Old Greenwich.
Sound Beach Avenue features mostly small, local businesses. Outside of the village, you’ll see narrow winding roads, best traveled by foot, that lead to Old Greenwich’s beaches with eight miles of splendid shoreline.
The Perrot Memorial Library is a privately owned stately library in a Jeffersonian-style building. It features a children’s section that looks like a village green.
Greenwich Point Park spans out into the water and boasts over 140 acres, scenic trails, beautiful beaches, and panoramic Long Island Sound views.
Old Greenwich CT Real Estate
From antique homes with lots of character to modern mansions, you’ll find some beautiful homes in Old Greenwich. For under $1 million, you may find some Capes and Colonials in the northern part of town. New construction homes and waterfront homes below Route 1 sell for much, much more.
If you have any questions about the area or if need help with your search, contact The Sarsen Team today!