28 Thunder Mountain has sold for $4.490 million, a pretty good deal for the buyer (who rented in May with an option to buy, discovered he liked his neighbors and neighborhood, and decided to stay. The sellers paid $5.650 for the home in 2008, right at the peak of the market, so they didn’t make out as well.
Speaking of peaks, a client of mine owns 2.6 acres at the top of the hill here (where you can look down on the new owners of 28), approved for building, with spectacular views. He got it at a low enough price that there’s room for a tidy profit while still offering someone who wants to build his own home an affordable lot for a $4.5 million home. This is an ad for that property, I suppose but heck, but we had to do that sometime.
Write me: I’ll throw in a Chevy Volt.