Putnam Hill                     

 A Cooperative Complex in Greenwich, Connecticut  






DOWNTOWN LOCATION


Located near the intersection of Milbank Avenue and the Post Road.  Easy walking to Downtown Greenwich shops, Starbucks, Whole Foods,  NY Sports Club, YMCA & YWCA, Metro North train and many other services.





PARKING


Each building has elevator accessed Indoor Parking.  Residents may rent one Indoor Parking spot for a monthly fee.  Some buildings may have a wait list for Indoor Parking.   Additionally, there is ample Outdoor Parking throughout the campus.





PET POLICY


Putnam Hill allows residents to have only one dog or cat per unit. 

The pet cannot be taller than 18"  at the shoulders or weigh more 

than 24 pounds.






FLOORS


Putnam Hill first floor apartments have parquet floors.    All other units have hardwood flooring.  Second, Third and Fourth floor Residents are required to cover the floor with padded carpeting or rugs.





LAUNDRY


Each building has a Laundry Room in the lower level with card operated washing machines and dryers.  In addition, Residents are allowed to install washing machines and self-venting dryers in their units.  

HISTORY


Putnam Hill was built in 1956 near the Greenwich summit named for General Israel Putnam who escaped down the hill from the British in 1779. Designed originally as apartments by architect Arthur Weiser, the 10 plus acre property was originally owned by William "Boss" Tweed and later the Milbank Ashforth family who founded the Borden Company.   Historic traces, including the gardener's cottage, and specimen trees over 150 years old can still be found on campus.