South of the Merritt Parkway, is a beautiful suburban area of Greenwich. This Mid-Country neighborhood, has 2 acre zoning south of the Parkway and then one acre zoning and even smaller lots closer to town. Part of this bucolic area was once called the Golden Triangle. The Golden Triangle was bounded by North Street on the East, Round Hill Road on the West and the Merritt Parkway to the North. In 2014, a study by Stephen Higley of all the affluent areas in the USA, rated The Golden Triangle the nation’s wealthiest area in the country. Mid-Country has no exact boundaries and all of the homes in this area in and near the triangle are considered Golden.
Mid-Country provides beautiful country living with quick access to Greenwich’s many amenities. Mid-country homes are only 8 minutes by car to Greenwich Avenue, the train station and all the wonderful benefits of our Town. Mid-country residents can get to the hospital or library in less than 4 minutes.
Mid-country is a great place to run, ride your bike and enjoy its winding, country roads.
Homes And Rentals
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There are many special neighborhoods in Mid-Country, some of the better known are:
Baldwin Farms North and South
Mid-country Has Many Coveted Streets
Some of the many coveted streets are:
Clapboard Ridge Road, Round Hill Road, Lake Avenue, Zaccheus Mead, Winding Lane, Round Hill Club Road, Grahampton, Pecksland, Parsonage and Meadowcroft.
Private Clubs Located in Mid-Country
The Field Club (Dining, Tennis [grass & composition], Squash, Pickleball, Paddle Tennis, Swimming)
276 Lake Avenue, Greenwich CT, 203.869.1300
The Round Hill Club (Dining, Golf, Swimming, Tennis, Skeet)
33 Round Hill Club Road, Greenwich CT, 203.869.2350
Greenwich Country Club (Dining, Golf, Tennis, Squash, Paddle Tennis, Swimming, Skeet)
19 Doubling Road, Greenwich CT, 203.869.1000
What kind of Homes are in Mid-Country
If you are interested in architectural design, drive through Mid-country! (Winter may be the best time for this drive. In the Spring, Summer and Fall, lush trees and flowering bushes may screen the homes from view)
You will see English Manors, a replica of Versailles, Contemporaries, Victorians, Farm houses, Colonials and much more. Some are the great estates built in the early 1900s, some are brand new built by famous architects. Homes in Mid-Country range in price from $1,500,000 to 18,000,000 plus.
A Resident’s Testimonial
My first visit to Greenwich was in 1963. Jerry and I were students at Columbia University and he suggested we spend the weekend with his parents in the country where he had enjoyed his high school years. His home was in Deer Park and I thought it was the prettiest neighborhood in the world! His parents later moved to Khakum Wood and I discovered another prettiest neighborhood in the world! Jerry and I married in 1965 and in 1968, we moved to our own Mid-Country home on Clapboard Ridge Road. Built in 1928, we loved this home and we still do. Living in Mid-Country surrounded with large trees, grass, flowers and birds that make my heart sing, refreshes me every day. Our two children, dogs and cats have plenty of room to play.
The Round Hill Neighborhood Association
Membership in the Round Hill Association is a wonderful way to meet neighbors and to work on town issues that matter to us. The Round Hill Association serves as the glue between Back Country and Mid-country.