Brother Gideon sold his house at 113 Patterson Avenue for $1.850 million back in 2015. The buyers put in a new kitchen and baths, and returned it to the market in 2016 priced at $2.795. That didn't work out, so they pulled it until today, when it's reappeared at $2.5. That could be the right price: it's a great house, right in town, but the kitchen remains on the lower floor, beneath what was once quaintly referred to as the "dining room" back in the days when servants cooked and owners ate above them, and the Brunswick playing field Gid overlooked is now being developed, as is the once-vacant lot to the right.
And of course, without Gideon, Susie and Perkins the Wonder Dog to add life and sparkle to the package, where's the bonus value?
Still and all, a nice house, and a good location.