- 4 Beds
- 3 Baths
- 0.36 Acres
- 3,692 Sqft
- Built in 1954
- Ranch, Colonial House
Cos Cob is a neighborhood and census designated in notable Greenwich, CT. This beautiful neighborhood is located along the Connecticut shoreline of Fairfield County, making boating and fishing a popular pastime among Greenwich residents. Interestingly, Cos Cob has a separate postal name and its own zip code.
Situated on Cos Cob Harbor on the north side of Long Island Sound, Cos Cob has historical roots, with the Cos Cob train station, the Mianus River Railroad Bridge, and more listed on the National Register of Historic Places. When visiting Cos Cob, make sure to take a tour of the Bush-Holley House, a former boarding house and gathering place for writers, artists, and editors. Built in 1730, this building is the only National Historic Landmark in Cos Cob.
Cos Cob boasts a wonderful library sure to treat readers and non-readers alike. The community’s cultural center and community hub, the library provides art gallery space as well as a concert and lecture series. The building, of Richardsonian Romanesque design, is set in a park landscaped by local volunteers.
Also located in this beautiful community is Cos Cob station, served by the New Haven Line of the Metro-North Railroad. Running between New Haven and New York City, it’s easy to go away for the day!