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Greenwich is having an amazing Indian Summer this past week and enjoying the warmer weather with the leaves turning beautiful colors, take a ride  this Sunday – 10/23/2016 and stop by our Public Open Houses in Greenwich, Riverside and Stamford.  

What makes living in Greenwich, Connecticut so special is the many different lifestyles – from mid-country, waterfront or right in town with everything you need – jump on the train with a short commute to New York city, low tax rates – did you know that Greenwich Connecticut rates #2 as the lowest property mill rates?  The schools in Greenwich offer both highly ranked public and private options.  The shoreline in Greenwich is  amazing with four beaches on Long Island Sound!  From waterfront, country, town living the choice is yours!

Greenwich Public Open Houses – Presented by David Ogilvy & Associates – Exclusive Christie’s International Real Estate Affiliate – contact us today 203-869-9866 info@davidogilvy.com http://www.davidogilvy.com

10/23/2016 2:00 – 4:00 p.m. 105 West Lyon Farm, Greenwich – 2 Bedroom, Totally Renovated – Listed by Alice Hoytlyonfarmfront2-copy

 

10/23/2016 – 2:00 – 4:00 p.m.  47 Lafayette Court #2G – 1 Bedroom, Right in Town – Listed by Harvey L. Thomas

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10/23/2016 – 2 – 4:00 p.m. Silo Hill with an Association – Immaculate, quiet 3-bedroom end unit – Listed by Catherine Stahl

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10/23/2016 – 12:00 2:00 p.m Located in Stamford this 5-bedroom Antique Country Estate with a swimming pool and tennis court. Listed by Carolyn Sarsen, Jack Sarsen

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