Greenwich home fetches $11.2M in largest local sale so far this year

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Feb.February 27, 2019 03:25 PM

An unidentified buyer shelled out $11.2 million for a lakefront home in Greenwich in a deal that “appears to be the town’s largest residential sale so far this year,” the Stamford Advocate reported. The 12,500-square-foot home at 35 Close Road, which hit the market at $12 million in July 2017, has eight bedrooms, 11 bathrooms, a heated swimming pool, a squash and basketball court, a home theater and a private dock with 300 square feet of water frontage on Wilshire Lake, among other amenities, according to the outlet. Its sale comes amid some mixed signals in Greenwich’s luxury residential sector, as noted by The Real Deal earlier this month in its inaugural Tri-State issue. Greenwich’s top residential sale of 2018 was a 27-room Georgian estate at 110 Clapboard Ridge Road that went for $17.5 million in December. For 35 Close Road, Five Corner Properties’ Danielle Malloy represented the seller and Houlihan Lawrence’s Deborah Huffard brought in the buyer. The Georgian colonial home was built in 2006, the outlet reported. [Stamford Advocate]


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