40 Winthrop, Riverside, sold for $2.935 million. This is a reasonable, modular home that ordinarily would be expected to sell for less but it’s on almost (0.9) an acre of great yard and on a convenient, quiet street. Throw, say, $300,000 into making the existing house a knock-out, and you’d be ahead of the game.
16 Dingletown Road tried for $6.150, got $4.950. Owners paid $5.6 for it in 2011, so they didn’t do all that badly, considering. They paid that 2011 price because, I assume, it had been marked down from $9 million and thought they were getting a bargain. Beware of asking prices when calculating a home’s worth.