Welcome to Mid Country
Mid-Country boasts a peaceful atmosphere and small-town feel. Despite its proximity to Greenwich and New York City, this quaint neighborhood remains a quiet retreat to escape the hustle and bustle of city living. Zoning laws in the area keep lots at one to two acres, creating a spacious suburb with sprawling green spaces and tree-lined streets. Rolling hills and close-cropped grass goes as far as the eye can see, giving the area a park-like feel. Numerous amenities are sprinkled throughout the community, providing residents with a never-ending list of things to do with the whole family.
Stunning estates with park-like lawns create a feeling of exclusivity and luxury in this gorgeous upscale community. Stone walls unique to New England border many properties, hinting at the area’s rich history. Mid Country is home to a range of housing options. Everything from historic bungalows with a classic feel to newly constructed homes and multi-million dollar mansions makes up this quaint community. Mid Country is the place to settle if you are looking for a quiet suburb to recharge. Quaint suburban living meets convenient access to town in this posh neighborhood.
What to Love
- The sprawling estates and peaceful park-like feel
- Proximity to Greenwich and New York City
- The quiet, suburban atmosphere and the perfect public spaces to unwind
Mid Country is the perfect place to come for peace and quiet. This tranquil community has been used as a retreat from New York City businesspeople for decades. The lush natural beauty and small-town atmosphere attract many looking to escape the stress of city living. Mid Country residents enjoy the peace of suburban living without missing out on access to the city. Mid Country is located conveniently near I-95 and the Merritt Parkway, making commuting into New York City whenever you need to a breeze.
Mid Country is the perfect place to get outside and enjoy New England’s beautiful four seasons. The community is home to several parks, preserves, and country clubs. Locals have ample opportunities to get out and enjoy the area’s unique natural beauty. Residents can also enjoy Greenwich’s charming downtown. Numerous luxury shops and high-end eateries are found on the iconic Greenwich Avenue.
Dining, Entertainment & Shopping
Residents of Mid Country do not have to give up access to upscale venues when living in the community’s peaceful residential streets. Mid Country is a quiet suburban oasis, but that does not mean it is isolated. A short ride brings residents to Greenwich's vibrant downtown, where an array of local boutiques and high-end shops are found. With a dazzling culinary culture, the area is home to numerous fine dining intuitions you will find yourself returning to time and time again.
Located by the Long Island Sound, Greenwich restaurants have access to fresh seafood. Polpo Restaurant & Saloon serves exquisite seafood dishes made with the freshest ingredients. Their stunning dining room is accompanied by live piano music. Stunning waterfront dining can be enjoyed at Delmar’s L’Escale Restaurant. This local favorite serves fine French cuisine.
Blackstones Steakhouse offers contemporary dining and serves the best USDA dry-aged prime beef. The steakhouse also features a raw bar and fresh seafood from local markets. Diners can find luxury dining and refined Italian fare at Valbella in neighboring Riverside. This establishment offers formal dining and table seating in its stocked wine cellar.
Things to Do
While Mid Country is strictly a residential area, it is close to neighboring communities that offer a variety of fun attractions and activities. Stunning natural beauty and a multitude of parks and preserves are nearby. The 300-acre Babcock Preserve offers exquisite hiking trails winding through pristine forests. The whole family can enjoy a day of ice skating at the Greenwich Skating Club.
Mid Country has access to some of the best schools in Connecticut. Their top-rated public school system is served by 11 elementary schools, three middle schools, and one area high school. Students in Mid Country can also choose between one of the area’s ten private institutions.