441 Round Hill Road, a beautiful antique, sold for $3.250 million in 2002; it resold yesterday for just $2,304. It started off December 11, 2018 at $2.750 and quickly dropped to $2.450. Total time on market, 111 days. That was a smart move, because it quickly found a buyer and escaped the stigma that attaches to stale listings. Brad Hvolbeck was the listing broker, and the pricing strategy here is typical example of why Brad is so respected by his peers.
Town appraisal $2,817,500, which explains the opening price. Sadly for sellers, the appraisals of back country houses are increasingly proving to be too high.