5 years, three brokers, and hundreds of thousands of dollars later, it sells

 22 Echo Lane

22 Echo Lane

22 Echo Lane has closed at $2,202,500. This started at $2.995 million in 2012 and I remember touring it that day with fellow agents at its open house. We all agreed that it was a perfectly good house, but we also all agreed that it was wildly overpriced. The trouble with overpricing is that agents, and buyers, dismiss a house, and it drifts from memory. The occasional price drop might bring it back to the surface but basically, it's gone, for a long time.

Five years is a long time; fresh is good, stale is bad.