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Greenwich Connecticut, "The Gateway to New England" is conveniently located 28 miles from mid-town Manhattan, yet presents a panorama of natural beauty and picturesque charms. Its 50 square miles encompass all aspects of country living, from its waterfront coastline dotted with sailboats, through mid-country sprinkled with protected conservation land and riding trails, to back country’s rolling hills studded with polo fields and horse farms.
The house's back yard is fenced in and private and a path leads to the quite neighborhood of Millbrook. Great for biking and long walks.
1,487 acres of public parks including the following:
A 147-acre peninsula open year round. You will find joggers, bicyclists, roller skaters and walkers along the roadway and paths. Greenwich Point offers picnic areas with grills and tables. Catch a fish off many quiet rocky areas, or swim and surf in the Sound.
Small beach overlooking Byram Harbor and offers an in-ground swimming pool, lockers, concession stand, a children’s playground, picnic area and three tennis courts.
An offshore Island, open only in the summer months, reached by boat or ferry. Available are lockers, concession stand, playground and picnic area.
Great Captain’s Island
Offshore island, open only in the summer months, reached by boat or ferry. There is no concession. Overnight camping reservations may be made through the Town of Greenwich.
Master bedroom, 2 guest rooms each with twin beds and a finished basement with two twin beds. Great for a family.