NFL analyst, former quarterback sells Greenwich home for $2.7M

New York /
May.May 02, 2019 02:53 PM

The National Football League’s New York Giants might have some uncertainty at the quarterback position, but a son of the team’s former star quarterback Phil Simms can rest easy after becoming the latest notable Greenwich property owner to sell their home, the New York Post reported. Chris Simms, himself a former NFL signal-caller, and his wife, Danielle, last month sold their nearly 4,000-square-foot, five-bedroom waterfront home at 12 Shore Road for $2.67 million. The 0.3-acre property, whose listing said it is located on a “sheltered estuary in Old Greenwich,” was custom-built in 2011 by Ridberg + Associates. The Post reported that the younger Simms, now an analyst on NBC’s “Football Night in America,” is moving to a larger home in the area. Douglas Elliman’s Monica Webster had the listing for Simms’ former home, which hit the market late last year seeking $2.799 million. Elliman noted in a recent report that Fairfield’s luxury sales market remained soft during the first quarter. [NYP]


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