Mid-Country Greenwich enjoys a country-like setting with easy access to Greenwich Avenue, shopping, services and transportation arteries.  Mid-Country is dominated by individual lots,  some neighborhood associations and scenic winding roads.  Lot sizes are generally between one to two acres.  There is no commercial zoning in Mid-Country. Mid-Country is bounded by Putnam Ave to the south, Stanwich Road to the east, Riversville to the west and the Merritt Parkway to the north.

Property values reflect larger homes with convenient access to amenities and necessities of daily living.  Protected conservation land adds to its pastoral ambiance, and scenic riding trails are ideal for the equestrian enthusiast.   The Horseneck Brook, Putnam Lake and private ponds offer scenic water features and views.

Parks, Clubs and Amenities:  The Field Club, Greenwich Country Club,  Round Hill Club and Burning Tree Country Club are available for member use only.

Schools: Mid-Country is home to Greenwich High School, Central Middle School and North Street Elementary.  Mid-Country is also home to numerous private schools, including Greenwich Catholic School, Carmel Academy, Eagle Hill School, Greenwich Country Day, and Greenwich Japanese School.

Transportation:  The geographically central Mid-country is bounded by Putnam Avenue, the Merritt Parkway, Riversville Road and Stanwich Road.  Mid-Country is close to east-west and north-south venues in central Greenwich.  It also enjoys easy access to I-95 and the railroad, without the accompanying traffic.