Hardly surprising, for the penultimate day of June. 19 Baliwick finally sold, for $2.025 million, after 2 1/2 years on the market asking, at first, $3.495. Oops. Assessed value was $2.264 million.
23 Pemberwick also lingered on the market since 2007, asking $595,000 and selling for $430,000. Assessed value is $381,000 so the seller may have dodged a bullet here.
And 32 Twin Lakes Drive in Riverside has dropped its price to just $12.3 million from $13.5 which would be an impressive dent in its price if it didn’t have another $8-9 million to go. As it is, you’d have to be blackmailed and put in a pretty darn embarrassing situation before you paid this price. Stay off Internet dating sites, is my advice. Too late for this owner but we can always learn from others’ mistakes.
UPDATE: Just checked 32 Twin Lake’s tax assessment value: $4,560,150. I didn’t say that, the town did. So even the reduced price seems a bit delusional but when someone thinks he can find true friendships among on-line prostitutes, are you surprised to see him disassociated from reality here, too?