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Cos Cob is one of Greenwich's 15 neighborhoods, situated along the town's eastern edge. The Greenwich Historical Society has done extensive research into its origin, but the name's meaning remains a mystery. Unlike larger Greenwich, Cos Cob has a more village-like feel with less grandeur, famous residents, and wealth. In the 1930's and 1950's, it was hit by two major floods and many devastating fires, but its communal spirit resurfaced when the town's library budget was reduced and it faced closure.

Conveniently located in downtown Greenwich, Cos Cob desired its own library and spent 15 years collecting $1.3 million in modest sums to buy land on Sinoway Road and construct a 5,000-square-foot facility. It debuted in 1999 and has 631 bricks with donor names on them.

Cos Cob has been considered the backbone of the middle economic group of Greenwich. There are just 30 postings of single family houses, ranging from $589,000 to $3.25 million. Out of Cos Cob's 22 condominium buildings, only four or five apartments are available for sale.

Builders have established a place in Cos Cob's emerging luxury market in three years. Construction of six- and seven-bedroom houses with tennis courts and swimming pools on two- and three-acre lots along Stanwich and Cognewaugh Roads. They sell quickly for $1.4 million to $3.1 million.

Some choose to remain in the community, moving up from home to house. A family home on Valleywood Road just sold their home for a profit. Valleywood, Mead Avenue, and Valley Road are attractive Cos Cob addresses. Greenwich real estate is a good bet, and Cos Cob adds charm. People are friendlier in Cos Cob.

The Hub on Post Road has everything Cos Cobber's need. From Saks Fifth Avenue to the Greenwich Furniture Barn to three-star eateries, downtown Greenwich has it all.

While majority of Cos Cob lies inland, the Mianus River, Cos Cob Harbor, and Long Island Sound have maintained a connection to the water that dates back to the 18th and 19th centuries. Potatoes, onions, and apples were shipped from Cos Cob Harbor to New York City. But the railroad came up in the mid-1800s, and the Mianus River damming severely damaged the harbor's depth.

Marinas line River Road. This one includes 250 slips for $95 per foot each season and a Fishermen's Pro Shop with live and frozen bait, fishing permits, and gear. The owner, Rick Kral, also owns Cos Cob's lone hotel, the Cos Cob Inn, an 1870s-era rooming house across River Road from his marina. "Cute and lovely," he remarked. Prices for two range from $99 to $249 including breakfast. Some rooms and suites have Jacuzzis, private porches, sitting areas, fireplaces, modems, and voice mail.

Boat owners may also join one of Greenwich's five yacht clubs, none of which are in Cos Cob. Those on a budget may launch at the Mianus River Club, a town-owned marina, for $50 a season. Each year, only 15 out-of-town licenses are sold. Dockage for yachts up to 35 feet ranges from $240 to $2,000.

From 1952 until 1958, Rowland Harris' brother, "Griff," was first selectman of Greenwich and controlled the town-owned Griffith E. Harris 18-hole golf course. The season cost is $85 plus $15 greens charge each round for residents aged 18 to 64, or $45 plus $11 for seniors. Non-residents pay $45 each round. Greenwich has five private country clubs.

While Cos Cos has no beach, homeowners may access Greenwich Point, Byram, and Great Captain's Island beaches for $20 each season. Non-residents may visit Greenwich Point with a $10 workday and $20 weekend parking ticket bought at Town Hall.

A talented and gifted program, learning disability resources, science laboratory, fine arts and music, media center, cafeteria that doubles as a 450-seat auditorium with a stage, before- and after-school child-care program, a double-sized gymnasium, and a baseball diamond are just a few of the amenities at Cos Cob Elementary School.

The 740 students of Cos Cob's Central Middle School are split into 8 groups of 8 by a staff of math, language arts, science, and social studies instructors. Each year's groups vary. "We believe it's important to deinstitutionalize the school and get to know the entire kid," stated principal Dr. James Bolger. Parents must meet with instructors at least once a year.

Greenwich High School, with a student population of 2,000, is split into four "houses." a $40 million research and technology wing Enrichment programs include a robotics group that builds robots for regional and national contests. Water polo, fencing, rugby, and sailing are among the 35 varsity sports. It was a 40-to-51 point improvement above state and national averages in 2002.

Well-known boys' schools include Brunswick and Girls' Greenwich Academy. The two schools' upper grades are coed. Others include Greenwich Country Day, Convent of the Sacred Heart, and Whitby Montessori School, none in Cos Cob. Annual fees are $13,000 to $20,400. Greenwich Catholic School tuition ranges from $5,000 to $5,900 for pre-K to eighth grade.

The 1730 Bush-Holley House complex overlooking Cos Cob bay is a popular destination.


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