A nice house goes on Summit Road

22 Summit Road (Riverside) sold for $1.075 on an asking price of $1.3 million. Houses on this side of the street (non-railroad) have decent yards. They used to be better, for kids, when the old Phoenix property’s meadow stretched behind them, down from Spring Street to Weston, but that’s progress.


Filed under Uncategorized

3 responses to “A nice house goes on Summit Road

  1. Row Your Boat

    This price is pretty good for the buyer. That used to be the cost for 1/4 acre Riverside land. Now, the buyer has a free option on the house. He can keep it and down the road see if he’ll rip that sucker down.

  2. Anonymous

    sometimes i don’t understand you chris. you are so quick to point out highway/merritt noise and here you are saying this house is nice and no mention of train/95 noise. is that because it’s in your beloved part of town?

    • I-95 noise on Summit? Never heard it. Trains accross the street, behind a row of houses? Negligible, to my ears. Living right on the Merritt? Different thing.