Cos Cob is a harbor town that lies along the Long Island Sound and Mianus River. Cos Cob’s peaceful downtown village provide every day conveniences, a Metro-North station, and eclectic restaurants perfect for a night out or a quick bite to eat. The Cos Cob Library regularly hosts concerts and lectures, and is a gathering place for the community.
Cos Cob offers a broad range of housing options that define the fabric of this community, from in-town living, with condominiums, townhomes, and multi-family homes, to charming residential neighborhoods.
This thoroughly modern town keeps its history alive with the Bush-Holley House, a National Historic Landmark and the birthplace for the state's first artist colony, the Cos Cob Art Colony.
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