Welcome to Greenwich, Connecticut!


Per the 2020 census, there are 63,518 people living in Greenwich, Connecticut.


Greenwich Connecticut covers 67.2 square miles of space. 47.8 sq mi of land & 19.4 sq mi of water.


The town of Greenwich, CT, is named after the royal borough of London……Greenwich.

Zip Codes

There are five zip codes in Greenwich - 06830, 06831, 06870, 06878, 06807

Train Stations

There are 4 metro north train stations in Greenwich - Greenwich, Cos Cob, Riverside and Old Greenwich.


George W. Bush, Glenn Close, Ron Howard, Diana Ross, Mark Messier, Truman Capote, Tommy Hilfiger, Jane Fonda…..to name a few.

JUST LISTEDHomes for sale in Greenwich

Scott Elwell & Sarah Stone


Please feel free to explore the site to learn more about Greenwich’s beautiful communities, search the Connecticut MLS listings for the area, or take a look at our featured properties. Whether you are buying or selling Greenwich real estate, trust native-born expert, Scott Elwell to help achieve your real estate goals. Scott’s knowledge and real estate expertise, along with his personalized service and dedication to his clients have set him apart as the area’s top realtor. Greenwich (including Cos Cob, Riverside and Old Greenwich) is located in Fairfield County between Rye, New York and Stamford, Connecticut, about 38 minutes by train from Grand Central in Manhattan, covering 68 square miles with a population of apx 63,000. Greenwich CT offers cultural opportunities including its own symphony, an arts council, several art societies, dance groups and active theater associations. Greenwich has four beaches: Greenwich Point (Tod’s Point), Byram Beach, Island Beach & Great Captain Island, as well as eight golf courses and more than 25 parks and playgrounds.

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