The most expensive ZIP codes in the country are in California and New York, according to America’s most expensive ZIP codes rankings by PropertyShark. To find the priciest enclaves, PropertyShark analyzed the listing prices and home sales during 2017 in ZIP codes across the country.

Not surprisingly, New York City and San Francisco were the two cities with the most ZIP codes in the ranking. Just across the Long Island Sound, Connecticut had its share of pricey neighborhoods, but only two made the top 50 list—a Greenwich ZIP code (06878) and a Riverside one (06830). Like nearby NYC, which is just 35 miles away, Greenwich is home to many hedge funds and other financial service companies.

What $1.6 Million Buys You in Greenwich

The median home price in Greenwich is $1.6 million, which could be considered a relative bargain for the area. At that price, buyers can expect homes of about 4,000 to 5,000 square feet, with four or five bedrooms/baths, fireplaces, gourmet kitchens, pools and plenty of outdoor space—many homes in this price range sit on two or more acres.

One of the most expensive homes recently on the market in Greenwich is a three-acre home priced at $29.5 million, complete with eight bedrooms and eight baths, and 18,000 square feet of living space.

With a median home price around $1.6 million, you’d expect to find some wealthy residents. Indeed, a number of billionaires call Greenwich home, including hedge fund managers Steve Cohen and Paul Tudor Jones II.

Connecticut’s Priciest ZIP Codes

In addition to Greenwich, the state is well represented on the list of America’s most expensive ZIP codes list for 2018. Here are Connecticut’s 10 most-expensive ZIP code areas—from highest to lowest—along with the towns in which you will find them, the median home price and the median household income from Esri (the Environmental Systems Research Institute), which develops GIS and mapping software for organizations in commercial, government, natural resources, and utilities industries.

1. 06830 (Greenwich)

Median Home Price: $1.6 million

Median Household Income: $116,297

2. 06878 (Riverside)

Median Home Price: $1.58 million

Median Household Income: $184,135

3. 06870 (Old Greenwich)

Median Home Price: $1.45 million

Median Household Income: $200,001

4. 06820 (Darien)

Median Home Price: $1.33 million

Median Household Income: $200,001

5. 06840 (New Canaan)

Median Home Price: $1.26 million

Median Household Income: $200,001

6. 06853 (Norwalk)

Median Home Price: $1.2 million

Median Household Income: $159,696

7. 06880 (Westport)

Median Home Price: $1.13 million

Median Household Income: $177,614

8. 06831 (Greenwich)

Median Home Price: $985,000

Median Household Income: $148,702

9. 06807 (Cos Cob)

Median Home Price: $915,000

Median Household Income: $155,402

10. 06890 (Southport)

Median Home Price: $800,000

Median Household Income: $173,112

The Bottom Line

The bulk of Connecticut’s most expensive ZIP codes—such as Greenwich—are an easy commute to the New York City area. Many people who work in NYC live in Connecticut, where they’ll get a lot more house for their money. For $1.6 million in Greenwich, you can get into a home that is a few thousand square feet with several bedrooms on a couple of acres. At that price in Manhattan, you’ll probably be looking at a modest two-bedroom condo. And Connecticut offers plenty of green space to enjoy the outdoors and get away from the city.

Thinking of moving across the country? You may want to check out The Most Expensive Neighborhoods in Los Angeles and The Most Expensive Neighborhoods in San Francisco.