Only In Greenwich: An $11M Bargain

465 Round Hill Road, $10.995M. Top-of-the-world setting, nice.

465 Round Hill Road, $10.995M. Top-of-the-world setting, nice.

Well, dammit, it is. I’m talking about 465 Round Hill Road, which started out at around $13M four years ago. Now, three or four listing brokers later ,it can be stolen for $10.995M!

Think I’m crazy, do ya? Well, how’s these for comps:

435 Round Hill Road (about three doors away, closed for $20M, Nov. 2009)

2 Wooddale Road (came on last week at $11.995M, bam! got a quick deal)

More importantly, though, is this: The owners of 465 Round Hill Road did something interesting and smart, they de-decorated the interior somewhat. Nothing wrong with the previous look, in fact, I loved it (the listing photos still show it), but now, most of the curtains are gone, the wallpaper’s been eliminated, and everything looks clean and stream-lined, much like 2 Wooddale, come to think of it.

Hard to imagine needing to spruce up an $11M house in order to appeal to “younger buyers” (a perfect starter home for the little darlings!), but I think that was the motive here, and it works.

Listing broker of 465 Round Hill Road: Joanne Mancuso

5 thoughts on “Only In Greenwich: An $11M Bargain

  1. Beautiful exterior. Here’s a comp to show you what a steal. The Chappellet wine family just sold their Pebble Beach/Stillwater Cove 4 bedroom/bath ranch style home for $16M+. It had been on the market for 10 years for as much as $36M. Connecticut bans “Smart Meters” which is a BIG PLUS we have them here, and extremely unhealthy. Plus this coast undergoes constant “weather geoengineering aerosol spraying” constantly–an additional horribly unhealthful mix of aluminum, barium, stronium…. Plus the predictions are that Fukushima radiation etc will be arriving this/next month. The combo has taken a toll on my health when have always been extremely health conscious. So that looks like a bargain to me…but I am moving to France….

    • “Smart Meters”:
      Ok, I looked it up, here’s what Wikipedia has to say…
      “A smart meter is usually an electronic device that records consumption of electric energy in intervals of an hour or less and communicates that information at least daily back to the utility for monitoring and billing purposes.[7] Smart meters enable two-way communication between the meter and the central system. Unlike home energy monitors, smart meters can gather data for remote reporting. Such an advanced metering infrastructure (AMI) differs from traditional automatic meter reading (AMR) in that it enables two-way communications with the meter.”

      Sounds like typical socialistic, Orwellian oversight of citizens. I’m against Smart Meters!

      • They overbill, they are not UL approved and have started fires, many top docs are against as they omit high level pulsating electromagnetic field radiation as high or higher than cell towers–very debilitating….esp when banked for instance in condo buildings. and the former Dir of CIA says that linking the entire grid together in a hackable system is ridiculous. Invitation to be hacked to bring down entire grid. VERY dangerous and yes,totally intrusive.

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