Suburban Waterfront Retreat
Originally a community for farmers, fisherman and oystermen, Riverside's abundance of waterfront access, combined with an easy commute to Manhattan, make it a great place to settle down.
Easily-accessible trains travel from Riverside to Grand Central in less than an hour.
Why You'll Stay
Aside from beautiful waterfront views, residents enjoy gourmet markets, quaint dining experiences and convenient proximity to neighboring towns like Old Greenwich.
The colonial Samuel Ferris House and cast-iron Riverside Avenue Bridge are both listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Market Data for Riverside Real Estate
Median sale price
-39.0% since January, 2023
33.4% since February, 2022
|February, 2023||January, 2023||February, 2022|
|Median sale price||$3,215,000||-39.0%||33.4%|
|Average sale price||$3,215,000||-39.0%||16.0%|
|Average days on market||201||2,133.3%||64.8%|
|% of sale price to list price||97.57||-5.8%||-0.2%|
|Homes for sale||12||-14.3%||0.0%|
|Months of inventory||12.00||71.4%||300.0%|
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