The top price is $999,900 (you know, if it had been an even million, it would have been too much, but $999,900? That’s a steal!) for a 4 bedroom, 4 bathroom (you know, it says 4 bathrooms, but then says 3 full baths, 2 half baths, and I know 2 halves make a whole, but I say that’s 5 bathrooms. If there are five people hopping up and down needing to use the facilities, they can all use separate bathrooms, you don’t say “I’m sorry, one of you is going to have to wait because, even though there’s a perfectly useful toilet in this room, we only have 4 bathrooms because two halves make a whole.”) colonial with a 3-car garage. Check it out here.
The lowest priced home is $82,500, 3 bedrooms, 1 bathroom and, shockingly enough, doesn’t have nearly as many photos are the most expensive one. Does have a cute fireplace, though. You can see it here. Kind of reminds me of the Cape I lived in growing up.
But look at this one — built in 1831, pretty white with pillars, OMG, total house porn. Only $699,900 for 4 bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms and a totally charming little glassed-in porch.
The real fun with house listings, as long as you aren’t in the market (and especially selling at this point): you get to see just how much home values have dropped. Bear in mind, I’m using “fun” in an especially morbid fashion. Those neighbors of mine, who have spent more time trying to sell the house they built than actually enjoying it? They’re now down to $669,900 for a 5 bedroom, 4 bathroom home.
I think we’ll be sticking around here for a while…