15 Lockwood Drive, Old Greenwich, $1.995 million, 18 days on market. Actually, this went even faster than that; an accepted offer came quickly. There’s almost no inventory under $2 million in Riverside or Old Greenwich right now. I know this because I’ve been out with clients in this price range, and we found just two worth considering. Fortunately, they liked one of them, and a contract will be reported soon, but really: slim pickings.
Daily Archives: February 9, 2015
Germany tells Greece, “Zero chance” of paying WWII reparations. Well, you don’t know if you don’t ask.
304 Taconic Road, which asked $15.950 million back in 2009 and has been engaged in price chopping ever since, has been reduced today to $7.499. You have to like the Cindy Renfrit look – I don’t – a swamp as a front yard and a layout designed for adults with teenaged-children or older to “get” this house; so far, no one has.
172 Cognewaugh Road, $1.930 million. Sellers paid $2.050 million for it in 2007 and did some major renovations, so at least they won’t have to worry about capital gains.
Before I dash out again, there’s this: 10 Newton Street (Glen Avon, really) in Riverside, asking $2.450 million, has a deal. This started off at $2.895 back in 2013, and was a slow sale. I like the house, and the owners paid $2.590 for it in 2007, but the hurricanes hurt low-lying waterfront property values, and this one was a casualty.
Running around attending to estate matters and even a real estate deal, so blogging has been deferred. Airport trip for sister returning to CA, than back at the keyboard. In the meantime, enjoy the snow!