|1 Mayo Ave – Original List $4,950,000 Now $3,975,000|
June will mark one year that 1 Mayo has been on the market, and where this price reduction screams – let’s get a deal – their back up is that they will rent it for $18K if they don’t get their price. A couple of misses : “near the entrance to Belle Haven” – are we in or are we out? Also the listing claims a 2 car attached – hmmmm looks like a 1 car under and a carport to me.
|11 Stillman – Original List $5,200,000 Now $4,750,000|
11 Stillman looks great from the outside, and on the first floor – sort of falls apart upstairs with a small master. Over $5M one would expect a master suite – just sayin’….
|42 John Street – Original List $7,250,000 Now $5,995,000|
I love this property, 8 acres and a home that is beautifully constructed – so charming – the property itself – outstanding! – you can even see Manhattan from the gorgeous rear grounds…if this doesn’t get a deal at this price, I know that buyers are too consumed with listening to crazy trend rhetoric that you have to be within earshot of your neighbors and the train.
|66 Cherry Valley – Original List $12,900,000 Now $11,888,000|
Will the catching pricing pull in the big one? The buyer is either a fan of the 90’s or Ulrich Franzen – massively constructed on 7 acres – it’s either love at first sight, because nothing is easily changed. There are so many built-ins with upholstery and these details need to be updated all over the house – not a huge endeavor in this price range…Bigger consideration is that the Greenwich market does not embrace contemporaries – the average days on market for contemporaries is huge…this has been on and off the market since 2010. Sellers paid $11,400,000 at the height of the market in 2005…not that north of the parkway has been supporting ’05 prices…