Welcome to my July Market Update


Most Expensive Home in America
June Home Sale Statistics
Highest and Lowest sales for the Month

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this weekend and always. 
The most expensive home in America - 1600 Pennsylvania Ave., featuring 132 rooms, 35 baths, 28 fireplaces, 8 staircases, 3 elevators and sitting on 18 beautiful acres.

June 2020 Single Family Home Sale Report
Statistics reported by the MLS
Quick Recap: Total sales for June were 415, up by almost 30% from May. The most notable changes were in New Canaan - sales doubled and market time was cut in half from last month. Most towns had an increase in sales as well as reduced market times except in Wilton and Darien where the average market time increased. Homes are selling fastest in Norwalk and Stamford. Sales over $2.0 million accounted for about 12% of transactions, higher than normal. Sales below $1.0 million were about 62%, lower than normal.

Real estate is hyperlocal. Values vary between areas, towns and neighborhoods. For specific information on your property or neighborhood, contact me.
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Highest Sale for June
45 Meadow Wood Drive, Greenwich
Sale price: $8,875,000
Original asking price: $11,900,000
Days on the market: 780

Built in 2006, this waterfront estate sits on almost 2.5 acres of land and features panoramic views of Long Island Sound, over 12,000 square feet of living space, 16 rooms, 6 bedrooms, 7 full baths, 2 partial baths and 5 fireplaces. Listed by Halstead, sold by Houlihan Lawrence.
Lowest Sale for June
4 Fillow Street, Norwalk

Sale price: $162,500
Asking price: $180,000
Days on the market: 79

Built in 1954, this Cape style home sits on .12 acres of land and features almost 1200 square feet of living space, 11 rooms, 5 bedrooms, and 3 full baths. This property was bank owned and sustained significant water damage.
Listed by Vvila Homes, sold by Portunes, LLC.
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Elizabeth Tardif