How much, exactly, has Old Greenwich “waterfront” appreciated?

We’ll find out, eventually, when 15 East Point Lane sells. It came on today asking $7.850 million, a rather large jump from its 2005 sales price of $5.1 million. So far as the listing tells us, nothing’s been added to or improved in this house since it was built in 2004 so it’s apples to apples time.

I’d be more sanguine about its chances if its views stretched east down the Sound rather than north to its neighbors, but I’ll be watching this one with curiosity.

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  1. Anonymous

    Tough call. 45 Close Rd or 15 E Pointe. What are they smoking up there in Greenwhick?