3 Dunwoodie Place (off Dingletown) sold for $6.3 million in 2005, tried $6.595 in February 2015 and when that listing expired, came back today at $5.675.
The price of 26 Glen Avon Drive, in Riverside, seems to be dropping as the flood waters of Long Island Sound rise. Sold for $5.995 million in 2006, $4.775 in 2009, and after hanging around on the market last year at a steadily decreasing price, is “new” today at $4.295. The house is dry, so far as I know, but the street isn’t, and I believe that’s impacting what you can do in the way of updating here. If so, thank Katie Blankley, our fearful Town Planner, whose stated goal is to eliminate all houses in any of the flood zones in town.
And 5 Cat Rock Road, which sold new for $2.8 in 2005, and again in 2008 for $3.1, is on today for $2.999 million. I was never wild about this house, but we’ll see if the market disagrees; maybe there’ll be a bidding war, and this will eclipse that price of eight years ago. I doubt it, though.