Getting closer to looking like a deal

15 Selden Lane25 Selden lane, out west off of Riversville, has cut its price again and is now priced at $3.495 million. That includes a decent house, albeit one built to the 1987 spec home idea of good taste, five acres around it and a separate 2 + acre building lot. When I first saw this (the only time I saw it, come to that) was years ago, and the owners wanted $6 million: $5.250 for the house, $750,000 for the extra land. The problem I saw then was that those extra two acres made this property and, if sold off and built on, would pretty much ruin the beautiful setting.

So $6 million was a no-go, but $3.5, less whatever negotiating you can accomplish, for the 6,800 sq. ft. house and all the land – both parcels – isn’t bad.

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  1. AJ

    The science of science: your house is worth somewhere between eight and six hundred million; I recommend you go high for a quick sale.

    “… Several meteorologists contacted by The Associated Press used real time measurements, some made by Schumacher, to calculate the energy released during the storm’s 40-minute life span. Their estimates ranged from 8 times to more than 600 times the power of the Hiroshima bomb, with more experts at the high end. Their calculations were based on energy measured in the air and then multiplied over the size and duration of the storm. …”