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All the Best, Jonathan Lerner
The Golden Triangle has been ranked #1 according to MSN Real Estate and refers roughly to homes in the mid-country section of the city of Greenwich, Conn., which encompasses nearly two-thirds of the town's geography. One-acre and two-acre lots are most common. The remarkable amount of open space compared to the rest of Greenwich comes from preservation efforts led by the Greenwich Land Trust and other conservation organizations. In addition to palatial estates, the area is known for various waterways, winding country roads, forests, meadows and gorges carved by past glaciers.
Round Hill is ranked #16 in the 25 Richest Neighborhoods and joined the National Register of Historic Places in 1996 with a district school that dates back to 1750, among other early structures. North Greenwich and Round Hill play home to a lot of financiers and hedge fund managers who work either in downtown Greenwich, where many firms have headquarters, or Manhattan.
Greenwich is often referred to as the “Gateway to New England,” and is strategically located just 25 miles to New York City and the express trains make the Manhattan commute less than an hour. Greenwich is bordered by the flourishing City of Stamford on the east, New York’s Westchester County on the west and the waters of Long Island Sound on the south. Ultimately, it is the people who live here that make Greenwich so interesting and desirable. While widely known for its many wealthy residents such as business executives, international entrepreneurs, hedge fund managers, artists, writers, diplomats, actors and sports figures, Greenwich is a well diverse community and a wonderful place to live.
Money Magazine ranked Greenwich as #1 on its list of the best places to live in the United States and Connecticut Magazine ranked Greenwich top in education and #1 in economy. Greenwich has picturesque parks, fabulous shops, beautiful beaches, award winning restaurants, a fantastic library, and an ultra-modern hospital. Greenwich is continuously rated as Connecticut's number one place to live.
Greenwich has 67 square miles of land, which includes 20 parks, 4 beaches, 8,000 acres of protected land and The Griffith E. Harris municipal golf course. Residential areas primarily have one, two and four acre zoning to maintain attractive country terrain, picturesque brooks, lakes and ponds. Greenwich is made up of a number of small villages and neighborhoods, each with its own character and charm. Chronologically, this is how our town has evolved: Click here.
We are proud to be a tenured member of Who's Who in Luxury Real Estate, an elite organization of top luxury real estate brokerages worldwide. This collection of the finest luxury real estate brokers sells in excess of $200 billion in real estate annually, with an average sale price of $2,450,000.