1 Sparrow Drive, Greenwich proper, $3.995 million.
558 Round Hill Road, land, $3.5 million.
6 Loading Rock, Riverside NoPo, $2.4 million. The sellers paid $2.350 for it in 2009. This was – is – a fine house, directly across from the community beach and really well made. The builder who erected it tried to get $3.695 for it in 2008, which was a foolish price in any market and certainly not the right price during a market crash. But $2.350 looked pretty good in 2009, and $2.4 looks good today.
16 Split Timber, across Sheephill from Loading Rock, sold for $1.325. That’s what this development is selling for these days.
6 North Ridge, Havemeyer, has an accepted offer: $895,000.
And 10 Boyd Lane, new construction priced at $2.178 million, also has a buyer. This land was purchased for $562,000 in 2011, so the builder is doing very, very well.
Boyd Lane, by the way, is the site of the Great Greenwich Whiffleball controversy back in 2008. The field’s gone now, plowed under by the town, and the high schools kids who played on it are all in their early twenties – everything’s changed, especially the value of the land the game was played on.