3 Price Reductions in the $3’s

I saw this one this week during broker open house – they had just taken the price reduction, which the lovely realtor told us about. But as we pulled up, looking at the price versus the house – I thought, only in Riverside. I don’t get it, but that’s what many buyers want…at the end of a roundabout, or cul de sac. In need of renovation, every room is ho hum. Built in 1968, it’s 3700+SF – sellers bought it in 1994 for $1,250,000.

To see the full listing:
http://www.debhalsey.com/Web/AR480203/ListingSearch/details/?mls_id=CT-GWMLS&mls_no=91728&display_page=1&lpp=20&index=1&total_listings=1&from=results

33 Normandy Lane
33 Normandy Lane – Riverside – Just reduced to $3,395,000

This brand new in-town property was just finished – everything is solid and beautiful – should have no problem finding a buyer a this point  – huge price reduction not just a token one….It was first listed at $4,150,000 and now it is $3,475,000…4400+SF

To see the full listing click here:
http://www.debhalsey.com/Web/AR480203/ListingSearch/details/?mls_id=CT-GWMLS&mls_no=90760&display_page=1&lpp=20&index=1&total_listings=1&from=results

15 LEXINGTON AVE - JUST REDUCED TO $3,475,000
15 LEXINGTON AVE – JUST REDUCED TO $3,475,000
15 Lex outdoor fireplace
ROOF TOP FIREPLACE AND ENTERTAINING!
15 Lex Master Bath
DELUXE MASTER SUITE WITH FABULOUS CLOSETS
15 Lexington Ave Kitchen
WIDE OPEN KITCHEN WITH BEAUTIFUL FINISHES

And then there is 59 Gilliam – love this street – it takes you back in time when the world was a gentler place….reduced this week by $300K.

To see the full listing click here:
http://www.debhalsey.com/Web/AR480203/ListingSearch/details/?mls_id=CT-GWMLS&mls_no=90307&display_page=1&lpp=20&index=1&total_listings=1&from=results

59 Gilliam Lane
59 Gilliam Lane – Riverside – now $3,600,000

3200+SF – 3 bedrooms – a million per bedroom –  wow….doubtful that this will get close to asking price, even with the reduction. Looks like the sellers bought the lot for $1,100,000 and built this in 1998. It’s listed as a cape cod  – but perhaps it would be better served to be described as Nantucket, or Shingle Style?

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