The acquisition of a house in Windsor Farms led house residential actual property offers in July, together with 3 different gross sales that reached the $2 million mark.
The colonial-style space at 331 Clovelly Highway bought July 22 for $2.3 million, above its June 13 record value of $2 million.
The 5,300-square-foot space on a zero.7-acre lot was once put underneath contract June 23 and closed a month later. The acquisition was once an all-cash deal, in line with a purchaser financing description at the Central Virginia Regional More than one Checklist Provider.
Margaret Wade with Lengthy & Foster Actual Property had the record, representing dealers Christopher and Michelle Finn. The couple bought the valuables for $1 million in 2013, when it was once assessed via town at $950,000.
The town assessed the valuables this 12 months at $1.2 million.
Wade mentioned they gained a couple of gives at the space, which were renovated in recent times and is situated close to the tip of the dead-end street.
“We had 15-plus appointments, perhaps round 20 or so showings. There’s nonetheless numerous purchaser call for in the market,” Wade mentioned. “It was once turnkey, so that’s what had the enchantment. Other folks simply don’t wish to do numerous renovation or paintings at this time, and the present householders simply did a in reality stunning renovation.”
Wade mentioned she had a prior dating with the Finns that resulted in her taking at the record. She would now not say the place the Finns are transferring.
Belongings data record the consumer as Andrew Reynolds Owen. He was once represented via Lengthy & Foster’s Eliza Department.
Totaling 5 bedrooms with 4 bogs and two half-baths, the two-story brick Georgian was once inbuilt 1967 and has an upstairs number one suite with a marble tub, a renovated kitchen with quartzite counter tops and an adjacent solar room. Wade mentioned all the bogs have been renovated.
A lower-level rec room features a bar/kitchenette, a bed room with en suite, and an workplace. The room opens out to a fenced backyard with gazebo, and a bluestone terrace is off the solar room. The home additionally comprises 4 fireplaces, a generator and round driveway.
Wade mentioned the house’s location on Clovelly was once interesting for its seclusion in addition to proximity to town facilities.
“It’s a in reality particular side road inside of Windsor Farms,” she mentioned. “There’s no cut-through, it’s very quiet and also you’re with regards to the river.”
The home is around the side road from some other multimillion-dollar record that just lately went underneath contract.
The 9,300-square-foot space at 332 Clovelly Highway hit the marketplace in April with an asking value of $3 million. It went underneath contract June 25 after losing in value to $2 million.
Wade and Department, each in Lengthy & Foster’s Grove workplace, additionally labored July’s fourth-priciest sale, however on reverse facets of that deal. Rounding out the month’s most sensible 5 gross sales have been, in line with CVRMLS:
3120 Winterfield Highway, Midlothian, Chesterfield – $2.2 million. Checklist agent: Al Bryant, Napier Realtors ERA; purchaser’s agent: Tina Morris, Keller Williams.
109 Gaymont Highway, River Hills, Henrico – $2.1 million. Checklist agent: Carrie Robeson, The Steele Team | SIR; purchaser’s agent: Chad Bowman, Lengthy & Foster.
10333 Sonny Meadows Lane, Lindsay Meadows, Hanover – $2 million. Checklist agent: Eliza Department, Lengthy & Foster; purchaser’s agent: Margaret Wade, Lengthy & Foster.
1520 Manakin Highway, Manakin-Sabot, Goochland – $1.9 million. Checklist agent: Richard Bower, Joyner Tremendous Homes; purchaser’s agent: Kim Tu-Wean, North Level Homes.