When the 3,331-square-foot home at 11 Robertson Drive in North Haven came on the market in 2014, it was asking a whopping $22 million. At the time, the home next door had a North Haven record-setting sale of over $31 million.
Now, the home at 11 Robertson Drive is asking $13,495,000—over $8.5 million less than it originally came on the market for almost three years ago. The first price cut came in April of 2015, bringing the asking price down to $20 million, but the listing was removed in January of 2016 under a $19.5 million asking price.
Earlier this year in July, the home came back on the market for $14,995,000 under listing agent Susan Breitenbach of Corcoran Group Real Estate, and just over a month later, $1.5 million has been cut again.
Designed by architect Peter Price and built in 1993, there are four bedrooms and four bathrooms in two stories on 2.9 acres of land on Noyac Bay. The master bedroom has a fireplace and a waterside deck, while there is a sauna in the master bathroom.
Other features include a two-car detached garage, full basement, garden shed, and private beach. The property has room for a waterside pool to be added, and according to the listing, “possible room for tennis.”
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- Waterfront with sunsets in a premier location [Susan Breitenbach]