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There Are Greenwich Open Houses As Storm Cleanup Continues

October Sales Up Over 2011 and 2010 with more to come; Open houses from a $299,000 condo to $3.9 million house; Road crews working hard to restore power.

 

This week’s open house list is a good map of the parts of Greenwich that had power earlier in the week—parts of central Greenwich, Cos Cob, and Riverside and Old Greenwich north of the Post Road.

The open houses this week range from a $299,500 condo in Old Greenwich to a $3.9MM house also in OG. You can see the live interactive map of the open houses here and the full open house list below. Rob Pulitano, my fellow Prudential agent, got the list and map out even under adverse home conditions, so once again and particularly this week, thanks to him.

GREENWICH OCTOBER 2012 REAL ESTATE MARKET REPORT

October was another good month for sales in Greenwich, but it’s hard to tell just how good at this point, because Hurricane Sandy has delayed reporting GMLS listed sales and we still have to wait for the non-GMLS sales to be reported from the Town Clerk’s office. We do know that at least 37 single-family homes were sold in Greenwich in October 2012, more than 2011 (21 sales) or 2010 (35 sales). The 6-year average is 36.7 sales so we are even a little above that. Prices ranged from $395,000 to $14.9 million. The median sale $1.56 million, so half the sales were above this price showing the continuing strengthening of the upper end of the market.

 

GREENWICH HURRICANE SANDY ROAD REPORT

Major Greenwich roads are open, but sometimes subject to closure as CL&P and out of state crews work on fallen lines in mid-country, backcountry and Old Greenwich. The good news is that finally they are really working. Early this week CL&P trucks were few and far between, but check out the photos of the crews just on Lake Avenue. From the backcountry to downtown I spotted six different crews working on lines and fallen poles and it was serious work. I passed large front-end loaders clearing out fallen trees, big trucks with long power augers preparing to drill holes for new utility poles and probably 20 utility trucks just on this one long street.

So if you are coming to see the open houses, I’d probably take exit 3 or 5, avoid exit 4 and the Post Road as we do have some long lines from people as far away as New Jersey and Long Island lining up at our gas stations here in Greenwich. BTW: Go up past Stamford and there were practically no lines at gas stations.

 

GREENWICHSTREETS.COM OPEN HOUSE LIST FOR NOV. 4, 2012

Address 

Town

List Price


Open House Time

Broker

60 Valley Rd.  #A

Cos Cob

$4,000


2-4 PM

Raveis

60 Valley Rd.  #B

Cos Cob

$4,200


2-4 PM

Raveis

1465 E. Putnam Ave.  #606

Old Greenwich

$299,500


1-3 PM

Raveis

60 Valley Rd.  #A

Cos Cob

$599,000


2-4 PM

Raveis

60 Valley Rd.  #B

Cos Cob

$629,000


2-4 PM

Raveis

37 Sheephill Rd.

Riverside

$679,000


1-4 PM

Sadi

98 Putnam Park  #98

Greenwich

$695,000


1-3 PM

Raveis

17 Harold St.

Cos Cob

$775,000


1-3 PM

Raveis

273 Valley Rd.

Cos Cob

$895,000


1-4 PM

Raveis

5 Arnold St.

Old Greenwich

$1,089,000


1-4 PM

Prudential

116 Lockwood Rd.

Riverside

$1,275,000


2-4 PM

Raveis

127 Havemeyer Pl.

Greenwich

$1,797,000


1-4 PM

Raveis

4 Cove Ridge Ln./Hendrie Dr. Ext.

Old Greenwich

$3,995,000


1-3 PM

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