Cos Cob

A robust community.

Welcome to Cos Cob

As the Old Town farmers struggled with its rocky soil, the tiny hamlet to its west prospered as a seaport. Cos Cob, originally known as Mianus, was named after the Siwanoy Chief, Myanos. Settled by the Dutch, Cos Cob got its name from an Englishman named John Coe. Coe, an early settler, built a rocky seawall, then referred to as a “Cob,” that became known as Coe’s Cob. Coe left the area in 1659 but the name stuck and over time the “e” was dropped. Cos Cob flourished as a seaport during the 18th and 19th centuries. At the turn of the 19th century, Cos Cob evolved into an intellectual and artist colony playing host to the likes of Eugene O’Neill, Willa Cather, and Anya Seton. Cos Cob today is a robust community with a central downtown shopping district along Route 1.

Market Data for Cos Cob Real Estate

Household Incomes

Housing Stock

Median Sale Price

August, 2021


 -6.2% since July, 2021

 20.6% since August, 2020

August, 2021 July, 2021August, 2020
MEDIAN SALE PRICE $2,062,500-6.2%20.6%
AVERAGE SALE PRICE $2,109,0639.3%13.1%
HOMES SOLD 1614.3%128.6%
% OF SALE PRICE TO LIST PRICE 98.16-0.4%1.4%
HOMES FOR SALE 27-10.0%-41.3%
MONTHS OF INVENTORY1.69-21.3%-74.3%
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