Glenbrook is a safe neighborhood offering convenience to New York City, as well as home-grown work opportunities.
Glenbrook is a neighborhood of Stamford, located in Fairfield County, Connecticut. It sits in a valley, is approximately 1.7 square miles in size, and is located on the eastern side of Stamford. Glenbrook is bordered by the Noroton River on the east, Hamilton and Holcomb Avenues on the south, Grove Street on the west, and Toms Road on the north.
Dog owners will appreciate the treed and rock-walled Courtland Dog Park adjacent to Courtland Avenue.
Glenbrook residents can also enjoy the nearby Bow Tie Cinemas Landmark 9 or the Avon Theatre Film Center. Or they can enjoy a tour or peruse the literary works at the culturally-rich Ukrainian Museum & Library.
Stamford schools in Glenbrook include the Julia A. Stark School, an elementary school, Dolan Middle School, and the Stamford High School. Glenbrook children have the opportunity to attend the Scofield Magnet Middle School. The local charter school, Stamford Academy is also situated nearby to Glenbrook. The Yeshiva Bais Binyomin School is a private school on Prospect Street that serves grades 9-12.
Manhattan is easily accessed from Glenbrook in just a little more than 1 hour by car, via Rt. 95 or in about 45 minutes via the train leaving from Glenbrook Train Station.