Bill Andruss is one of the most distinguished residential real estate brokers in Greenwich with over 30 years of experience. The personal integrity that he brings to the business, as well as a professional approach, has earned him a stellar reputation.
Year in and year out, Bill is sought after by clients in all price ranges of the Greenwich real estate market. His clients include affluent families worldwide, the financial community, celebrities and corporations. As an advocate and an advisor, his strong market knowledge enables him to price, negotiate and successfully market homes on every level.
When clients select Bill as their real estate representative, they gain his negotiating expertise, reputation for honesty, hard-working approach and his vast experience on the entire spectrum of the market. His communication and presentation skills differentiate him from the competition.
Bill has represented numerous premier properties ever offered for sale in Greenwich, including the 40-acre Rockefeller estate known as Ashwood; Treetops, the famed estate of the colorful torch singer and Broadway star of the 1920s, Libby Holman; and Greyledge, the prominent Bolling home, one of the properties featured in The Great Estates of Greenwich.
In 2012, Bill listed Clifton-on-the-Sound and Beechcroft, two of the top 10 sales that year. In addition to selling the highest priced single-family home in Greenwich in 2013 for $25,000,000, Bill’s sales volume placed him as the #4 agent in the Town of Greenwich.
For many years, Bill was the co-host of the weekly radio real estate show "The Live-In-Greenwich Real Estate Hour."
Prior to becoming a broker, Bill was a world-ranked professional squash player travelling the globe and participating on the pro circuit. During that time, he was the captain of four USA teams. And he was one of the founders of the National Training Center, a camp designed to showcase and develop the country’s top juniors.
Bill earned a Bachelor's degree in Business from Fordham University in New York, and resides in Greenwich with his wife.