In 2013, the median selling price of a single family home, based on Greenwich Multiple Listing Service data, was $1,425,700.

The average selling price for a single family home was $2,248,900.

The average sold price for a home was $2,162,798 in 2012, and the median sold price was $1,728,750.

“The majority of sales were in the $1,000,000 to $1,999,999 market segment of single-family homes in both 2012 and 2013,” reported Realtor Mary Ann Clark in her Market Watch column in the Greenwich Post in late January. Ms. Clark is with Coldwell Banker at 177 West Putnam Avenue (ColdwellBanker Moves.com.)

“In Cos Cob the median price of a home increased 8.44%. In Greenwich the increase was 0.6% but there was a decrease of 0.81% in Riverside and a decrease of 20.84% in Old Greenwich. Overall, the average median home price went up 4.83% for all of Greenwich, according to the Greenwich MLS.

“According to the Greenwich MLS, the existing inventory of homes is about 5% down from January and December of 2012 as compared to the same time period the previous year. In 2013, single-family inventory was down between 4% and 19% per month in Greenwich when compared to 2012.”

In 2013, single family home sales on the Greenwich MLS totaled 642, up from 580 in 2012.

The number of condominium units sold totaled 168, up 44%, compared to 2012. The average sales price was $845,719.

By the end of the first week of February, there were 699 single family homes on the market with an average price of $3,320,422 (lowest price: $345,000; highest price: $130,000,000). There were 154 condos/townhouses listed with an average price of $682,496 (lowest: $71,000; highest: $5,895,000). Thirty-five multi-family dwellings were listed with an average price of $1,339,752 (lowest: $409,000; highest: $4,100,000).