295 Round Hill Road, asking $3.395 million; started at $4.250 back in 2015, and tried for $5.5 million in 2007 - even that market wasn't that crazy. It's almost certainly a land sale, because it's a 1955 Coggins house on land that's far more valuable than the home that sits on it: 3.6 acres in the 2-ace zone. Coggins built gracious pseudo-colonial reproductions that were very well constructed and quite popular in their era, but that era passed a long time ago. I appreciate them, but today's buyers, for the most part, don't.
(Another tip off that it's going as land is that the listing went straight from active to pending, which is often a sign that the buyer isn't concerned about the condition of the house.)