Our North Street resident is apparently having a hard time finding anyone who wants to hire him as a consultant. I know of no former Lehman folks who think much of him.
Daily Archives: July 6, 2011
Korean scientists announce that you ladies can estimate a fella’s weenie size by comparing the ring to the index finger. I’ll have to start wearing gloves when dating.
A reader asked, so I Googled our latest hedge funder gone bad and came up with this story from June 22. The guy’s looking for a plea deal, if you believe the story. Makes sense to me. Look for a nice house on Doubling Road to hit the market?
And they are all for houses asking less than $2 million, nothing above. Nice to have money and patience, I guess. We’re up to something like a four-year inventory on high-priced houses and obviously, those sellers don’t intend on going anywhere. Well why should they? Greenwich is a nice town.
It’s still happening. Here are three sales, just reported.
8 Dingletown, sold for $2.4 million. Owners paid $2.2875 for it back in 2002 and put an awful lot of money into it – a great house, in my opinion, but they practically stole some new construction on Boulder Brook, so I’d guess they made out just fine.
32 Nimitz Place, Havermeyer. Again, paid $1.472 in 2006, renovated and improved, sold for $1.495.
520 Indian Field, Mead Point. Older house but beautiful yard, asked $5,925,000 in February 2010, sold for $4.525.
Regis Philbin drops price on his unsold Meeting House Road home. I’m not saying that Greenwich Time has to read this blog, but if they did, they could avoid printing old, stale news. But then, what would they print?