Sold! $4.7M Epes Merchant, a Gloucester businessman, built this well-tailored brick Tudor Revival as his summer home circa 1920. It enjoys the unique aspect of having frontage on freshwater Niles Pond as well as frontage and a deeded sandy beach on Gloucester’s Outer Harbor. Now lovingly referred to as ‘Swan Cottage’, The current owner purchased
Gathering Farm has long been a central component of the region’s equine history. Once part of a 100+ acre racing facility and breeding farm, it became the home of the United States Equestrian Team (USET) in the 1970s. Under the tutelage of world-renowned horseman and Olympic 3 Day Eventing coach, Jack LeGoff, and the ascension
” If a house does not go under contract in ninety days does it mean that the market is weak?” Real estate agents, buyers, sellers, and the media talk about ‘the market’ ad nauseam. The market is good. The market is bad. The market is strong. It is a buyers’ market. It is a sellers’ market.
There is a very persistent whisper in the greater Cape Ann real estate community. It seems that there is an advance team of decidedly British ‘agents’ making discrete inquiries about several area luxury properties. The Royal Couple, it is well known, is taking a step back from their official duties and want to spend time
The Moorings at 3 Norton’s Point One of the highest public residential sales on the North Shore this decade! The Kristal Pooler Team is thrilled to have helped our clients purchase this landmark property! 3 Norton’s Point is situated on approximately 3 acres and enjoys 450 feet of shoreline at the mouth of Manchester Harbor.
Listed for $450K / Sold for $553K! This home was listed for $450K on July 29th, 2019. It was an estate sale with a mandate to get the highest price possible. It sold for $553K . For the first two weeks of August, we showed the property to over 40 qualified buyers (there were no
We are delighted that we were able to assist 2 families with their unique horse property acquisitions. Both Hamilton equestrian properties sold in October 2019. Our Team represented the Sellers of Wilderness Farm (467 Sagamore Street closed on October 9th ) and the Buyers of Rockwood Farm ( 2 Spingler Drive closed on October 30th).
Circa 1980 We were honored to work with a young family from Brooklyn NY this year. They have North Shore roots and their goal was to find a reasonably priced home in Manchester-by-the-Sea in 2019. Their plan was to find and purchase the home and rent it for a few years while remaining in NYC
Our seller clients took our advice and invested in a full home preparation and staging initiative. Within 10 days we presented multiple offers, all above the asking price. It was listed at $499K and the market pushed it to $520K selling price.