One pending sale reported, 85 Lower Cross Road, mentioned here several times as its price and its owner’s hopes fell. In 2005, it was priced at $2.795, in 2006, $2.495, and then in last year it started at $1.895 before finally dropping to $1.395, which seems to have been the right spot, thereabouts. Nice weekend home, but that’s about it, and too small to command a large price.
15 Cedarwood is back as a “new” listing, the time at $5.995 million. The standard-issue BSF house, it sold new to the current owner for $5.725 in 2002, had some improvements added in 2005 and was put up for sale in May, 2014, for $8.2. Now it’s less than that, and probably won’t see its original selling price, improvements notwithstanding.
Zillow, by the way, shows this as a “pre-foreclosure”, though the tax card is silent on that, so don’t necessarily take it as a fact. Zillow also mentions curious sale from a third party to the owner for $3.6 million, but she’s shown on that same tax card as the 2002 purchaser, so go figure.
And way up on the New York border, 113 Cutler Road, built three years ago, is new to the market and priced at $3.995 million. No interior pictures, but maybe it was’t ready for its beauty shots. I haven’t seen it yet, obviously – it just came one – but Cutler Road’s a pretty tough location to get this price. Maybe this will be the exception.