Don't let the name fool you: the only thing old about this neighborhood is its roots. In all other aspects, Old Greenwich is a vibrant, coastal community tailored to those that love spending time together outdoors. With quiet residential streets and a quintessential New England downtown, Old Greenwich’s main street, Sound Beach Avenue, is a Norman Rockwell painting come to life.
After grabbing a coffee, a muffin, or an ice cream from one of the local cafes, residents can bike ride to the town's largest beach, Greenwich Point Park (commonly known as Tod's Point). Here, amidst the 140 acres of pristine waterfront, residents can take advantage of the miles of walking paths, public barbeques, and idyllic beachfront perfect for sunbathing in the summer months and dog-walking in the off-season.
Binney Park, the neighborhood's 22-acre park, is the ideal setting for an afternoon picnic: lay your blanket under a large dogwood tree with a lake-side view, then finish off the afternoon strolling over the stone footbridges and down the hydrangea-lined jogging paths.
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