Geography and size: Byram is the westernmost section of Greenwich, abutting the New York border at Port Chester. Geographically, Byram runs from the south side of West Putnam Avenue near the New York border south across I-95 and down to Byram’s waterfront, known as Byram Shore.
Parks/playgrounds/marinas/beaches: Byram features one park area, Byram Park which combines two parks, Byram Shore Park and Rosenwald Park. Combined these offer 30 acres of recreation for residents with a ballfield, sandy beach, concession stand, public swimming pool, playground and boat slips.
Membership clubs with facilities: The Byram Shore Boat Club.
Shopping and restaurants: Shopping is along Delavan Avenue and Mill Street. Here there are some 25+ shops and businesses, including four restaurants and several delis. Otherwise downtown Greenwich or Port Chester New York is not far away.
Transportation: Greenwich Train Station is just over two miles from central Byram. A secondary station would be the Port Chester, NY Station, another Metro-North stop. Interstate 95 runs directly through the middle of Byram while the Merritt Parkway’s closest access point is in Glenville, a few miles away. Bus services in the area are run by Connecticut Transit which has two nearby stops. Travel time to mid-town Manhattan, no matter the mode of transportation, is between 35 minutes and 50.
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