Realtor Joseph Barbieri from the Greenwich, Connecticut office of Sotheby’s International Realty recently announced the launch of his new real estate website, JosephBarbieri.com. Targeted towards meeting the needs of buyers and sellers in the region, the site serves as an online gateway to the Greenwich, Connecticut real estate market.
Having been a real estate professional for over 20 years, Barbieri’s knowledge of Greenwich and its housing market is both wide-ranging and in-depth. He is part of the team at Sotheby’s International Realty’s Greenwich office, which is comprised of seasoned Greenwich, Connecticut Realtors with an expertise in all of Greenwich, including communities such as Belle Haven, Conyers Farm, Mead Point, Old Greenwich, and Riverside.
“I hope that this new website will prove to be a useful resource for the area’s buyers and sellers,” says Barbieri. “Here you can access extensive listings of Greenwich, Connecticut homes for sale, learn more about our vibrant community, and get the latest market updates, among other things.”
Located approximately 45 minutes north of Manhattan, Greenwich is a historic town in Fairfield County that’s renowned for its high quality of life, top-ranked public and private schools, beautiful natural setting, and investment firms. Extending across a total area of over 50 square miles, it has the Long Island Sound as its southern border and has the city of Stamford and New York City’s Westchester County as its neighbors.
“The quality of life in Greenwich is hard to beat,” says Barbieri. “We have beautiful beaches and an abundance of parks here, as well as cosmopolitan commercial areas, long-standing cultural institutions, and some of the best schools in the country.” A resident of Greenwich for almost three decades, Joseph Barbieri has a personal knowledge of the way of life in this green and serene waterfront community.
For more information on the community, the wide range of available Greenwich, Connecticut homes for sale, and Barbieri’s services, visit www.JosephBarbieri.com.
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