Another puzzling price cut, this one on Old Mill Road

 200 Old Mill road

200 Old Mill road

200 Old Mill Road, to be specific, whose price has today been cut a princely  $100,000, from $5.795 million to $5.695. At this price level, does the seller really expect a-less-than 2% cut to make any difference to buyers? I think it won't, because potential buyers have surely already discounted the price by at least 15%, and probably far more.

Jordan Saper built the house in 2002, and finally sold it to the owner in 2004 for $6.3 million, who, in turn, returned it to the market in 2016 at $6.730 — That hasn't worked out very well, as attested to by today's price cut.

I personally have never liked Saper's house, with their huge rooms, especially the bedrooms: bedrooms should not, in my entirely personal opinion, feel like airplane hangars. This aversion may be shared by others, because the builder's houses have not done well on resale. 

 Are those really propellers on the ceiling?

Are those really propellers on the ceiling?