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.
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.
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.