Close to the heart of Greenwich is a neighborhood of 194 apartments located on 13 acres of plush lawn and flowering shrubs. Apartments range from 3 1/2 to 8 1/2 rooms with a variety of floor plans, some ground floor, some second floor, some are duplex and some are in a two-story townhouse design. There are 13 buildings named after the 13 original colonies and numbered 1 through 13 in the order they were ratified in the U.S. Constitution. Built in the 50s, the complex was designed by an award winning architect, Nathan A Seiderman. These well maintained homes are purchased in co-op ownership. They have continually attracted young families, singles and Greenwich residents scaling down from big homes who want to be in walking distance to Greenwich Avenue, shops, restaurants and transportation.
Address: Putnam Park (Map of Layout)
Area: Downtown Greenwich (Map)
Zip Code: 06830
Date Built: 1950
Dogs to be walked on leash only, barbecuing on balconies using electric grills.
To rent, owners must have lived in their unit for at least one year, the prospective tenant must go before the Board for approval, and the lease may not be for less than one full year.
Monthly Maintenance includes: heat, hot water, building maintenance (plumbing, boilers, etc.) and some property taxes. Approximately 46% is tax deductible.
Putnam Park Special Tax District includes: common area grounds maintenance, garbage and recycles pick-up, landscaping, snow and ice removal, maintaining sidewalks and pathways and some property taxes. Tax deductibility is 100%.
Amenities: Quiet park-like setting
Location: Easy walk to Greenwich Avenue – Map