Top Brokers: Sally Maloney

Q: Tell me about the different areas you represent in Greenwich.  

A: With over 30 years  of experience working in Greenwich, Connecticut, I really cover the entire town and all neighborhoods. But I would say I specialize in Greenwich proper and mid-country.

Q: How is the market in Greenwich doing? 

A: Greenwich continues its legacy as a destination hometown. World-class shopping and dining, coastal and inland parks, low taxes, great schools, and proximity to New York all keep us in favor. During the pandemic, Greenwich experienced a true “flight to quality” by those looking to escape from New York. That demand continues today with buyers competing for homes in a limited inventory environment.

Q: What were the most notable sales in 2021? 

A: I was so proud to represent one of the biggest sales in Greenwich in 2021—a beautiful waterfront home on six acres in the Belle Haven Peninsula that sold for nearly $28M.  Marketing important properties to a global audience for my VIP clients is the cornerstone of my practice and a highlight of my career.

Q: What advice can you offer buyers and sellers in Greenwich?  

A: The best advice is to understand current market conditions before trying to buy or sell here. How you price your home or how you bid on a home is key to yielding success. I’ve always loved the art of strategic pricing and negotiation as I endeavor to get my clients the best deal possible.

Q: Tell me about a special listing. 

A: It would have to be the property on Smith Road, overlooking Greenwich Harbor.  It was a gem, with beautiful gardens, a pool, an incredible barn for entertaining and sweeping land that reached down to the shore. It’s those special properties that make this job so exciting. 

23 Smith Road in Greenwich, Connecticut; $27,750,000.