Every year LandVest leads the major sales throughout New England. 2014 was another banner year for our team in Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Vermont, New Hampshire, and Maine. Behind the numbers, each of these transactions comes two families, each beginning new chapters of their lives. Their time in these wonderful places creates enduring memories and relationships. We are grateful to our clients for the opportunity to partner with them.
Today’s blog features LandVest’s top sales in Massachusetts and Rhode Island.
Lanse continues to amaze with his #1 ranking in luxury residential sales on the North Shore, year after year. Since 1992 Lanse has generated an astounding $425,000,000 million in sales (per MLS). High points for 2014 included top sale in Marblehead, Beverly, Ipswich and Manchester by the Sea:
|Marblehead||Beverly||Ipswich||Manchester by the Sea|
|133 Front Street||22 Haven Way||54 Lufkin Street||505 Summer Street|
Represented the buyer in the sale of 41 Nonquitt Ave in South Dartmouth for $2,500,000 earning him the #9 spot on Boston’s November Top 20 Realtors on the South Shore.
41 Nonquitt Ave
Top sales in Wayland and Westwood, Massachusetts: The Lee Pond Estate, located on 36.86± acres, of stunning waterfront living in a private and serene setting in Westwood, sold for $5,000,000. In Wayland, the gracious Colonial residence at 18 Audubon Road sold for a record $2,796,400.
Stewart Young and Ruth Kennedy Sudduth
In 2014, Stew set the top sale in Falmouth, MA: stunning new construction on Chapoquoit Island overlooking Buzzards Bay. This island enclave set 2014’s top sale at $5,205,000. Stewart and Ruth Kennedy Sudduth also listed the most expensive private residence in Osterville, MA at $19,000,000.
Terry Boyle, Sandy Olney, Slater Anderson
In 2014 Terry and team set the record for the highest commercial land sale in Jamestown, RI. Sold for $3,300,000, the Dutch Harbor Boat Yard (DHBY) is a well-established marina featuring one of the most romantic coastal settings on Narragansett Bay, with a tranquil sheltered harbor, crystal clear tidal waters, deep-water moorings, and unforgettable sunsets over the Bay.
For more information on these or our other properties, or on how LandVest could help you bring your great New England property to the global marketplace, contact Ruth Kennedy Sudduth, Director Residential Brokerage, or any of our brokerage team in any of our offices.