Riverside, Connecticut, nestled along the picturesque shores of the Long Island Sound, exudes charm and tranquility. With tree-lined streets, and elegant homes, Riverside epitomizes suburban sophistication. The Riverside Yacht Club and Riverside School are central landmarks. Riverside stands as a sought-after enclave for those seeking an idyllic retreat in the heart of Fairfield County.

Welcome to Riverside

Riverside was known as Mianus Neck until 1870, predominately known for fishing and farming. Until the mid-1800s, Riverside Avenue was referred to as Potato Road because of all the potato storage cellars near the cove. As with the rest of Greenwich, Riverside evolved from an agrarian-based economy to the suburban community it is today. Riverside’s abundance of waterfront—river, harbor, and the Long Island Sound—makes it a desirable location for those who enjoy waterfront living.

Market Data for Riverside Real Estate

Household Incomes

Housing Stock

Median Sale Price

August, 2021


 -7.1% since July, 2021

 14.6% since August, 2020

August, 2021 July, 2021August, 2020
MEDIAN SALE PRICE$2,125,000 -7.1% 14.6%
AVERAGE SALE PRICE$2,757,867 9.2% 34.4%
HOMES SOLD15 -31.8% -16.7%
% OF SALE PRICE TO LIST PRICE99.76-0.3% 4.1%
HOMES FOR SALE2414.3% -52.9%
MONTHS OF INVENTORY1.6067.6% -43.5%
Search Homes

Work With Spencer

When engaging in the hustle and bustle that is needed to be successful in real estate, Spencer sees his youth as an asset and understands the gravity of being there for his clients. Contact Spencer now!

Follow Spencer On Instagram