Recently the best-selling category of homes in Wilton has been in the $600,000-$800,000 range. But in the last week, two Wilton properties sold for over $2 million.
Each week the town clerk releases information to the news media on the prior week’s real estate transactions and sales in Wilton. For the period of Nov. 18-Dec. 1, the following land transfers occurred (including address, sale price and photo where available):
- Mark and Susan Wilterding sold 112 Cheese Spring Rd. to Peter and Kristin Whiteford for $855,000.
- Changez Akram and Asma Maqbool sold 74 Village Ct. to John and Janet Canning for $650,000.
- Pamela Faulkner Quinn and Robert Faulkner Jr., co-trustees and Joan Faulkner Trust sold 37 Keelers Ridge Rd. to Douglas and Patricia DePhillips for $1,170,000.
- Christiane Michaels Ruddy sold 97 Old Boston Rd. to David and Jamie Becker for $2,175,000.
Zillow: “This house has the vibe of a beautifully designed NYC loft, & will appeal to the sophisticated design oriented buyer who is looking for a very private/tranquil country house. 07/08 the house was renovated & expanded. ~2000 sq. ft. of interior space was added to create a 6,000 sq ft house. Every window & door was replaced, new baths were built, & a Boffi kitchen installed. Interior features extensive use of mahogany wall panels, doors, bookcases & ceiling beams. Each full height interior doors are handmade w/frosted glass panels that were mouth blown in Germany. The house sits on approx 3 acrs of land, & abuts a 17 acre natural conservation area. There is a Glen Gate built swimming pool & spa, an 800 sq. ft. guest house, sauna and five car garage.”
GMW featured this property in 2015.
- Michael and Christiane Ruddy sold 93 Old Boston Rd. (land) to David and Jamie Becker for $400,000.
- Bradley and Cassandra Troup sold 84 Old Driftway to Ray Raphy and Bindhu Philip for $660,000.
- Richard and Jane Elmhirst sold 11 English Dr. to Gregg Castano for $2,200,000.
Zillow: “Timeless elegance located just seven minutes from the heart of Wilton and close to schools. This custom-built home was modeled after The Governor’s Palace in Colonial Williamsburg. Living room and dining room are oversized with notable detail work. Kitchen is extensive offering two full refrigerators (Sub-Zero and Leiberr), two refrigerator drawers, two dishwashers, Wolf 5-burner cooktop, Wolf double ovens and warming drawer, two double sinks, and a convenient desk/work station. This exceptional property provides your own private country club with 20×40 gunite pool and USTA surfaced tennis court.”