Cos Cob

Historic Waterfront Village

Four-and-a-half square miles in area, Cos Cob is an elegant community perched between the Long Island Sound and the Mianus River. It is also a walker's paradise, as everything from mom-and-pop restaurants to the treasured local library is a delightful stroll away.


The Commute

Roughly 30 miles from Manhattan, trains from Cos Cob to Grand Central generally range from 50-65 minutes.


Why You'll Stay

From rivers to restaurants, accessibility is at a premium in Cos Cob. Whether walking or rowing, residents don't have to go far to enjoy themselves.


The Legacy

Once known as a New York City commercial shipping port, Cos Cob also boasts the only National Historic Landmark in Greenwich: Bush-Holley House, the center for Connecticut's first art colony.

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Market Data for Cos Cob Real Estate

  May, 2020 April, 2020 May, 2019
Median sale price $1,150,500   18.9%   -5.5%
Average sale price $1,474,333   42.7%   21.0%
Homes sold 6   50.0%   50.0%
Average days on market 178   128.2%   217.9%
% of sale price to list price 95.88   1.1%   -2.2%
Homes for sale 55   19.6%   -14.1%
Months of inventory 9.17   -20.3%   -42.7%
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