The Byram section of Greenwich features many great recreational, cultural, dining and shopping amenities.
Byram is the south western most section of Greenwich, abutting the New York border at Portchester. 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. It consists of approximately one square mile in size. Byram lies just south of Pemberwick and west of downtown Greenwich and Chickahominy (downtown west). Byram Road, Delavan Avenue, North and South Water Street are the main streets crossing Byram’s northern section. Separating Byram into north and south sections is Interstate I-95. Ritch Avenue (running from Hamilton Avenue-Chickahominy) and Byram Shore Road are the main streets crossing Byram’s southern areas. Property zoning in the residential can include single-family, multi-family and condominiums on denser lots in the Northern section and large lots along the shoreline areas know as Byram Shore. Byram has 16 condominium complexes. Most consist of two units to 12 units. Overall there are some 95 condominium units varying is size from 500 square feet for a one-bedroom to 2,400 square feet for a three-bedroom. Byram is approximately two miles from downtown Greenwich, its shopping and train station and no more than three miles from the Merritt Parkway. Nearby shopping consists of more than a dozen local retail shops, four restaurants, a bank, several deli/coffee shops, a few marine stores and more.
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