Situated high on a hill in the heart of town, Beacon Hill II captures a panoramic vista that extends from the richly landscaped grounds, to the beautiful waters of Long Island Sound. Inspired by such breathtaking views, it's hard to believe that a variety of world class shops and restaurants are just blocks away on Greenwich Avenue. Long, sandy beaches and miles of parkland are also in easy reach for relaxing weekends spent with your friends and family.

Blocks from the town's lively Greenwich Ave and in easy reach to the finest theater, galleries and shopping in New York City, Beacon Hill II is a world class destination to call home.


Renowned for exceptional living, Greenwich stretches from the magnificent Long island shoreline to the green privacy of wooded northern hills. A gracious residential haven for forty-eight square miles in area, it is comprised of thirteen distinctive neighborhoods. Estates of legendary luxury, classic homes, convenient condominiums, and lovely in-town neighborhoods shelter approximately 60,000 people in peerless style. Some of the world's foremost industrial and corporate headquarters are located in Greenwich. In addition, Greenwich Avenue is the epicenter of the finest collection of restaurants, rivaling those in Manhattan, and offers luxury shopping on what is sometimes referred to as the Rodeo Dr. of the east. Only a short walk from Beacon Hill II, the popular Farmers' Market is open every Saturday from the Spring through the Fall.

There are also many recreational facilities open to Greenwich residents. Take a ferry to island beach, escaping to the simplicity of salt air, cool water, and bright sun. Sun sparkles on Long Island Sound at four splendid beaches, two on private islands. In addition, there are 8,000 miles of protected land, over 1,000 acres of town parks, 35 town tennis courts, 2 indoor ice rinks, 14 public marinas, and a 158-acre, 18-hole public golf course. Enhancing an unsurpassed lifestyle are the many private country clubs, fine marinas, nearly 200 miles of bridle trails and over 850 acres of restful parks. The Greenwich Philharmonic is a magnificent and charming outlet for music lovers, while the Bruce Museum is ranked as one of the best museums in Connecticut.

Located only thirty miles from Manhattan, Greenwich borders New York State on its northern and western boundaries. It is also within minutes of the major employment centers of Stamford and Westchester. Transportation is made simple via interstate 95, the Merritt Parkway, and Metro north. Express trains are offered during peak hours to allow commutes to and from New York City within 45 minutes. For air travelers, Westchester county Airport, now home to Jet blue Airlines, is just minutes away. LaGuardia and JFK are also within easy reach.