- 2 Beds
- 2 Baths
- 1,344 Sqft
- Built in 1930
- Old House
Located in the north-western part of Greenwich, Glenville is situated right at the falls of the Byram River, which provided waterpower when Glenville was just a mill village.
It’s convenient location makes getting around to wherever you want to be very easy! It is only about two miles outside of the Greenwich downtown and less than an hour outside of New York City via the Metro-North Railroad.
Glenville was formerly known as Sherwood’s Bridge and was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2007, and the Glenville Historic District itself is just as architecturally significant as it is historically significant!
Given its milltown heritage, there are numerous buildings constructed out of Romanesque Revival as well as the more traditional Queen Anne style.
The Historic District also boasts an example of a Georgian Revival school, and more domestic designs of Queen Anne mansions and Italianate story buildings.