Greenwich's 32 miles of coastline offer many inviting Greenwich houses directly on or near the water. Beginning in the west, Byram Harbor meanders around the Belle Haven area to Greenwich Harbor, where residents can enjoy ferry rides to and from the town's island beaches. Indian Harbor Yacht Club is internationally known to sailors who appreciate its protected harbor. It is a short sail into Cos Cob Harbor, which offers marine facilities within walking distance of the Cos Cob train station. Riverside is aptly named as it begins in the northeast and borders the Mianus River as it flows into the harbor. The Riverside Yacht Club is a beehive of activity with swimming, sailing, and tennis. Across Greenwich Cove is Old Greenwich.
Today, there is a mixture of grand old homes with sweeping verandas, converted and expanded cottages and new waterfront neighborhood homes with full amenities. Young and old alike bike to the beach or into the village for ice cream or a library book. At the end, Greenwich Point beckons residents to enjoy its natural beauty and beaches overlooking Long Island Sound. Here, on a clear day, views stretch all the way to the Manhattan skyline, about 30 miles away.
Search current listings for sale in Greenwich, CT's waterfront communities. From Belle Haven to Riverside, find a variety of properties with waterfront access of water views. Contact me if you have questions or would like to schedule a private showing.
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