Calhoun Drive is within a private association close to downtown Greenwich, Connecticut in the 06831 zip code. Calhoun Drive winds southwest from Glenville Road almost to Weaver Street and is the location of stately homes on oversized lots, many homes sitting on several acres. Homes on Calhoun Drive are of exceptional quality, many in the Georgian style so popular in New England, featuring native stone and wooden shingles. The homes on Calhoun Drive are very diverse. It’s not unusual for an impeccably maintained home from the early 1900s to be adjacent to property with a home built in 2016.
Greenwich, where Calhoun Drive is located, is in Fairfield County. At the time of the 2010 census, Greenwich had a population of 61,171 and by 2012, the population had grown to 62,256. Hedge fund companies and other financial service companies make their home in Greenwich. Greenwich is the southwesternmost municipality in Connecticut as well as in the six-state region comprising New England. Grand Central Terminal is approximately forty minutes away via express train. Greenwich is the largest town on the “Gold Coast”, a name given to the area when wealthy New Yorkers built weekend getaways here. In 2005, CNN/Money and Money magazine both ranked Greenwich on their list of the “100 Best Places to Live in the United States.”
Some of the most exceptional homes in Greenwich can be found on Calhoun Drive. Elegant homes on lots that have been impeccably landscaped are the norm. Condominiums, townhomes, and single-family homes are the kind of properties available in the Greenwich real estate market. The average listing price for a condo is $1,478,394 but prices can go to $4,995,000. The average listing price for a single-family home is about $4,183,933 but prices can go upward to approximately $49,895,000.
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