A Bit of a Bidding War on Horseshoe Rd
This is what buyers are looking for in a property that is not new construction - a house that shows no personal history. Clean, bare, spacious...less is more.
Older sellers don't understand it, especially those who may have lived large in the 90's where more was more. Take note:
|29 HORSESHOE RD - LIST $1,795,000 - CLOSED $1,810,000|
The sellers bought it in 2007 for $1,825,000, so it's not the best ending, but they've lived there for nearly 10 years....and it's better than the asking price. They tried and failed to get $1,950,000 last year, expiring at the end of the year at $1,850,000.