National Register of Historic Places

Private Buildings:

Cos Cob Power Station
Sound Shore Drive, Cos Cob
Built: 1907; Listed: 1990; Demolished: 2000

Samuel Ferris House
E. Putnam Avenue and Cary Street, Riverside
Built: c. 1760; Listed: 1989

French Farm
524 Lake Avenue, Greenwich
Built: 1906-1911; Listed: 1975

Greenwich YMCA
50 East Putnam Avenue, Greenwich
Built: 1916; Listed: 1986

Hawthorne Mill & Depot Building
Listed as New Mill and Depot Building, Hawthorne Woolen Mill
350 Pemberwick Road, Glenville
Built: Mill 1881, Depot 1875; Listed: 1990

Indian Harbor Yacht Club
710 Steamboat Road, Greenwich
Built: 1920; Listed: 2010

Thomas Lyon House
Also known as Lyon Cottage
1 Byram Road at W. Putnam Avenue, Byram
Built: c. 1695; Listed: 1977

Rosemary Hall
Also known as the Japanese School
Junction of Ridgeway and Zaccheus Mead Lane, Greenwich
Built: 1901-1928; Listed: 1998

Sylvanus Selleck Gristmill
124 Old Mill Road
Built: c.1796; Listed: 1990

Josiah Wilcox House
354 Riversville Road
Built: 1838; Listed: 1988

Municipal Buildings

Josiah Wilcox House
354 Riversville Road
Built: 1838; Listed: 1988

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