Weekend Report

78 Mayo Avenue (corner of Mustard & Ketchup), closes this week at $6.45M. 8,852  sq.ft. on 1 acre in Belle Haven.

78 Mayo Avenue (corner of Mustard & Ketchup), closes this week at $6.45M. 8,852 sq.ft. on 1 acre in Belle Haven. Picture shows rear view.

Wow, lookit this! I’m filing a %#@&ing timely report! What’s gotten into me?

For the week:

24 closings (including this land sale)

17 executed contracts (including this multi-family place)

25 accepted offers (no link till they’re signed!)

All in all, not a bad week, and believe me, there’s more coming, the market remains active.

5 thoughts on “Weekend Report

    • Anon:
      I believe Anonymous2 got it right…”what and where” is indeed what real estate is all about. And this particular case, 78 Mayo Ave, happens to be a text-book example of the importance of style and location; a Victorian house, located in one of the most sought-after spots in Greenwich, sells for an amount that would be impossible in most other parts of Greenwich (Riverside’s Club Road being one of the exceptions), let alone other parts of Connecticut.

      So no, there is nothing surprising about that sale price, given WHAT type of house it is, and WHERE it is located!

      • Anon:
        Say what you will about broker Finlay, the guy does sell a load of real estate. As for this particular listing and its initial asking price, do either of us really know whether it was the broker or the seller who chose that price?

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