Monday, October 10, 2011

Long Island Sound/Deepwater solds and actives

My last post was a bird's eye view of one condo complex.  Am now reporting on waterfront properties (Long Island Sound--not tidal, mudflats, river or ponds).    Who wouldn't want to be on the water with the fabulous glimmering  sunshine days we've had?

Since Jan. 1, 2011, 9 properties have sold with views of L.I. Sound : .
255 Byram Shore Road @ $2,000,000
16 Chimney Corner Lane @ $6,950,000
120 Field Point Circle @ $25,000,000
84 Field Point Circle @ $39,500,000
195 Shore Road @$2,625,000
18 Westway @$3,600,000
3 Cove Ridge Lane @$3,600,000
9 E. Point Lane @$4,150,000
50 Carriglea Drive @$8,500,000

16 "L.I. water" Properties are on the market:
eleven active listings
price range ~$7M to $19M
Mead Point (2);Belle Haven(3);Indian Harbor(4);Byram Shore(1)
7 Little Cove @$6,995,000
15 Meadow Place @$7,495,000
350 Riverside Ave. (Ole's Boatyard) @$1,550,000
32 Twin Lakes  @ $8,400,000
5 Bridle Path @$8,950,000

Actually, I realize that Ole's, 350 Riverside, does NOT have open LI Sound views.  I guess I had to include it because it is so entrancing, plus, walking distance to everything in Old Greenwich.  It floods regularly, I hear, since it's at the confluence of the river/pond outflow, and the tidal inflow.  The building still stands, and wouldn't there be a way to build above sea level??? We're hearty, and the row boat or kayak would get us in and out in deep water.  Just had to keep it on the list!

Book recommendationCocktail Hour under the Tree of Forgetfulness by Alexandra Fuller.    Redolent with the sounds, light, and heat of Africa, the storyis interwoven with how place and people affect a Rhodesian family's life and especially Nicola, the author's mother.

Doris Sisley
Prudential CT Realty
c: 203-536-7936


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