Another tough sell in the back country, it seems

 47 Lismore Lane — maybe at least pave the driveway? Or it that meant to suggest this is now priced as a tear down.

47 Lismore Lane — maybe at least pave the driveway? Or it that meant to suggest this is now priced as a tear down.

47 Lismore Lane, another Rogues Hill offshoot, sold in 2004 after just 27 days in a bidding war: asking price $2.995, the buyers paid $3.010. It was put back up for sale at $2.950 million in January, 2017, and today has been dropped again and now asks $2.3.

To be fair, some or all of this failure to sell may be attributable to the home's condition and style, and not necessarily the location itself, which is a really good one, in terms of view and grounds (no usable yard, however).

1972 contemporaries haven't been best sellers in decades, and the condition of this one is tad suspect: when David Ogilvy fears to post pictures of a home's kitchen and baths, you should probably plan on a complete renovation.

$2.3 might not be a bad price, however, if you're not afraid into pouring money into a 70s contemporary. I'd be hesitant, but that's just me; me, and all the buyers who've looked at and rejected this house over the past year.

 Declutter project no. 1

Declutter project no. 1

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