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Cos Cob

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Back in the 1890s, Cos Cob was home to the first artists' colony in Connecticut and a cradle of American Impressionism. These days, residents are still drawn to the town's scenic location along the Mianus River and Cos Cob Harbor, with ample opportunities to dock a boat, and the enclave's cozy neighborhood feel. With its own well-stocked library and historic train station, Cos Cob offers all the amenities of Greenwich in a tight-knit community package. Many homes in Cos Cob can be found on or very near the water, from Capes and two-families to newer construction on large lots.
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Things to love about Cos Cob

  • A speedy 45-minute commute by train to Grand Central Station
  • Cos Cob Library, which serves as a hub for the community
  • The Bush-Holley House, a museum paying homage to Cos Cob's history as an artists' colony
  • Montgomery Pinetum, a 102-acre park planted with more than 100 varieties of evergreens

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