I've written about all these house before, either when they first came on or were reported as under contract (or both: you can use the search feature here, if you wish), but here they are again:
57 Gilliam Lane, $3.250, just six days on the market. I don't quite understand this price, considering 24 Gilliam Lane sold in April for $3,356,250. Of course I'm a bit prejudiced, because 24 Gilliam was my childhood home, but I know both houses, and there is no way that 57 should have sold for what is essentially the same price: 24 Gilliam has a better yard and is 5,690 square feet, and was move-in-ready. 57 Gilliam is 4,891 square feet, and needs absolutely everything. I can only attribute the comparable sale prices to 24's initial overpricing at $5 million, which made it a stale listing by the time the owners finally reduced their price. Still, assuming there's a mortgage involved here, some appraiser did think the two were comparable, so what do I know?
11 Angus Lane, $5.6 million, 13 months on the market; it started at $6.250.
400 Sound Beach Avenue, Old Greenwich, $2.150 million, asking price, $2.195.
And in Cos Cob, 10 Maplewood Drive, asking $1.175 million, is reported as pending.