Not a lot reported today, but here it is:
434 Riversville Road has cut its price to $2.490 million. Owners paid $2.525 for it in 2005, so the market for contemporaries in western Greenwich seems not to have improved. Nice yard.
9 Game Cock Road, 0.27 acre of Byram waterfront, has sold for $1.175 million. It last sold, with a house on it, for $935,000 in 2001. These owners razed the existing structure and designed and, more importantly got approved, a new house. Somehow, this road’s name always seemed a bit boastful to me, but for a BSD from Wall Street, maybe that’s an attraction.
30 Stag Lane, 4 acres on the north side of the Merritt, with house, sold for $1.4 million, a year after starting off at $1.695.
And 21 Oakwood Lane sold for $3.750 million. Oakwood’s a popular street, with reason: decent sized lots and close to town.
Over in Stamford, 405 Old Long Ridge Road is to be sold at auction June 21st by the foreclosing creditor. The (former) owner paid $1.125 million for this beautiful old farm house on 3.8 acres back some years ago,but it’s not worth that now, apparently. Auction notes says to bring a certified check for $76,500, which is either 10% of the debt or the appraised value. Either way, I might start bidding at $450,000 and see what bargain you might get. The new owner is “Retained Realty” which must be the disposal branch of the original lender, so the money’s already been written off.