• New (and not-so-new) Edgewood Park Listings

    bostonLike the great old song by Boston goes, “It’s been such a long time….”.  Surely I’m dating myself now, but I digress.  Let’s see if I can sum this up about what’s going on with the listings here in lovely Edgewood Park: two went pending, one new listing, one relisting, and a couple still on the market.  Not a lot of activity, but then again, welcome to today’s economy.

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    So here’s what’s “new”:

    620 Arlington Rd: $949,900, 2br/1ba, 1600 sq. ft. on a 6500 sf lot.  A nice rancher (I hesitate to say “little” because at 1600 sf, that’s a pretty good size….but it’s nestled amongst some pretty large houses on that block)

    1009 Arlington Rd.: $1,550,000: 4br/3ba, 2500 sq. ft. on an 8140 sf lot.  A really nice place (check out its virtual tour), that originally came on the market back in May of last year for $1.95M

    2314 Whipple: $899,950: 3br/2ba, 1450 sq. ft. on an 8400 sf lot.  On the “outskirts” of Edgewood Park (if one delineates a ‘boundary” of EP as Whipple Ave). Nice place.

    So what’s selling then?  Well, to sum it up, a fixer that was sitting on the market, and a gorgeous one that was probably sold off the market (but put in the MLS to be ‘official’).

    150 Warwick: $949,000. A 2/1, at 1230 sq. ft., on a nicely sized 6750 sf lot.  I was surprised this one didn’t get gobbled up sooner than it did. It’s on a great street with so many of the homes oozing character (and which have sold in the past in the $1.6M-2M+ range). Will be interesting to see if it gets remodeled or restored to its glory.

    918 Durlston: $2,100,000.  Popping up as “pending” after zero days on the market, this house, on one of my favorite streets in Edgewood Park, is a 5/3, 3200 sq. ft. on a 10,200 sf lot. It’s a stunner that sold for $2M even, back in 2004.

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