King-Merritt is a splendid community in Greenwich, Connecticut, just beyond the Westchester, New York border. Lots in the community are a minimum of one acre. The community gets its name from two local byway, King Street to the west and Merritt Parkway to the south and east. King-Merritt was established in 1952 on land which was formerly an estate owned by hotel executive John McEntee Bowman. King-Merritt is in the 06831 zip code and children in King-Merritt attend Glenville Elementary School, Western Middle School, and Greenwich High School. Wildlife is abundant in King-Merritt and it’s not uncommon to see coyote, raccoons, opossums, fox, and deer.
Greenwich, where King Merritt is located, is in Fairfield County and was named after Greenwich, a borough of London, England. At the time of the 2010 census, Greenwich had a population of 61,171 residents, but by 2012, the population had grown to 62,256 residents. Many financial services companies call Greenwich home. Greenwich is the southwesternmost municipality in Connecticut. It’s approximately 38 minutes to Grand Central Terminal in Manhattan via train. In 2005, Money magazine and CNN/Money ranked Greenwich first on their list of “100 Best Places to Live in the Unites States.”
Condominiums, townhomes, single family homes are all real estate currently available in King-Merritt. The average listing price for a condo in King-Merritt is around $1,453,826 but prices can go as high as $4,250,000. Single-family homes in King Merritt list for an average of $4,210,121 but prices can go to approximately $49,895,000. Homes in King-Merritt come in a wide variety of sizes and architectural styles.
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