Byfield is not a street that’s commanded high prices in the past, but #3, new to the market today, asks $2.195, which is probably in the ballpark. Built in 1963, unspecified “renovations” performed in 2013 (which, since it’s still just mid-February, was quick work). The house was bought for $1.8 million in 2011.
I don’t think I ever saw this house when it was last for sale in 2008 (and continuing to 2011) because it started at $2.995 million, a figure so ridiculous that I never bothered to stop in. Those owners obviously got serious after three years and sold it. I’ll be curious to see it tomorrow and check out what’s been done to justify the $395,000 jump.