Blog :: 02-2011

INTERESTING LISTINGS - 75 Summit Road - $1.429M

75 Summit Road GREENWICH CT REAL ESTATE Listed - $1.429M

This house just came on the market today. For $1.429M you get 2,755 sqft on .29 acres in Riverside. This is actually a great deal when you price it out. The house looks like it is in great condition and in a great neighborhood. The major concern is the proximity to the railroad tracks. I can't for the life of me remember if the odd numbers on this street are on the north side or the south side. Regardless, you'll hear the trains.  That's the main drawback and the only reason the house isn't priced higher. Definetly worth a look for those of you who have mid to low $1M budgets. Feel free to contact me if you want more information. scott@elwell.com or my cell 203.940.044

75 Summit Road GREENWICH CT REAL ESTATE Listed - $1.429M

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INTERESTING TRADES - 9 Nassau Place - SOLD $715,000

Greenwich CT Real Estate

9 Nassau Place SOLD for $715,000

I've been following this house for awhile and came close to putting in a bid myself. I think this was a great buy. The new owners spent $715k and got a neat old 1920s house (2,031 sqft) with a garage apartment. I didn't get to see the apartment, but gather it was rented out. Keep in mind this is legally a single family. Anyhow, I like the old bones of the pre-war homes and love the price point. Congratulations to the new owners. It looks like you got a good deal. I hope you have enough money left over to redo the interior.[mappress mapid="9"]

THING 119 - The World Affairs Forum - Cyber War

Col. Daniel J. Ragsdale, PhDVice Dean for Education, US Military Academy"Cyber War:  Threats to National Security" Col. Ragsdale has worked in a variety of positions in operational and academic settings in his nearly 27years with the military, currently assisting the USMA Dean in the development and refinement of strategic plans and policies for the USMA academic program. From the mid-1990s through 2005 many of Colonel Ragsdale's duties focused on the topic of information security and information assurance (IA) research and education. He has been a frequent speaker and panelist at national and international IA conferences and he has authored dozens of scholarly papers and articles on IA and related topics. From August 2005 to April 2006 Colonel Ragsdale served as the Deputy Commander of the 17th Field Artillery (FA) Brigade, which deployed to Iraq.Greenwich Library101 West Putnam AvenueCole Auditorium7 PMFree and Open to the Public Cosponsored by the Greenwich Library

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    THING 118 - OSCAR® Night Party

    OSCAR® NIGHT PARTY

    Sunday, February 27 - 7:00 pm

    Oscar® Telecast at 8:00 pm

    Avon's Master of Ceremonies:

    John & Olivia Farr

    LIVE Telecast from the Kodak Theatre in Hollywoodon the big screen at the Avon

    Starring James Franco & Anne Hathaway as Oscar co-hosts

    Festive Attire

    Photos on the Red Carpet

    Oscar® Ballot Voting & Prizes

    Gourmet Hors d'oeuvres, Wine & Beer

    "Chasen's of Hollywood" Chili & Dessert Treats!

    Sponsors: AOC Fine Wines &Marcia Selden Catering & Special Events

    AVON Members - $50 / Non-Members - $75

    To purchase tickets, call203-661-0321 (weekdays) or203-967-3660 (Avon Box Office during showtimes)or email lgreene@avontheatre.org

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    THING 117 - Stay inside and take in a movie - "Forbidden Planet" (1956):

    I'm sorry for putting another movie up, but this looks cool. You have to love the 1950s artwork. Anyhow, Friday is supposed to be a horrible day of rain, so this might just be worth it.

    Sponsor Friends of the Greenwich Library.
    Event Film: "Forbidden Planet" (1956):
    Tel # (203) 622-7900.
    Date February 25, 2011
    Time 8:00 P.M.
    Location Cole Auditorium.
    Cost Free.
    Descript With Leslie Nielsen, Walter Pidgeon, Anne Francis. Directed by Fred M. Wilcox. One of those rare science fiction movies that is admired even by film-goers who don't usually enjoy them. Ahead of its time in many ways (including use of electronic music) the film spawned later series such as Star Trek.

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      THING 117 - Stay inside and take in a movie -"Forbidden Planet"(1956):

      I'm sorry for putting another movie up, but this looks cool. You have to love the 1950s artwork. Anyhow, Friday is supposed to be a horrible day of rain, so this might just be worth it.

      Sponsor Friends of the Greenwich Library.
      Event Film: "Forbidden Planet" (1956):
      Tel # (203) 622-7900.
      Date February 25, 2011
      Time 8:00 P.M.
      Location Cole Auditorium.
      Cost Free.
      Descript With Leslie Nielsen, Walter Pidgeon, Anne Francis. Directed by Fred M. Wilcox. One of those rare science fiction movies that is admired even by film-goers who don't usually enjoy them. Ahead of its time in many ways (including use of electronic music) the film spawned later series such as Star Trek.

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        I agree 100%

        THING 116 - Play With Your Food

        The Greenwich Arts Council will be hosting this lunch/3-act event next Wednesday and Thursday. It's better than being dragged to a formal event in the city where you can't eat...BUY TICKETS HEREBuffet Lunch, Readings of One Act-Plays, Discussion with ActorsPrograms 12noon - 1:30pm.Tickets $43/$40 GAC membersGreenwich Arts Council299 Greenwich AvenueWednesday and Thursday March 2 & 3Civilizationby Gary DontzigKatie and Frankby Teresa RebeckFully Committedby Becky ModeLunch by Katzenberg's Kafe and DeliCivilization Piper Goodeve

        THING 115 - Green Greenwich Real Estate

        For those of you who are interested in building Green in Greenwich (or any other town for that matter), the Greenwich Audubon will have speakers tomorrow night at 8:30pm part of their series, Greenwich Homes, Green Buildings Series: Solar Hot Water systems & Rebates.

        Sponsor Audubon Greenwich.
        Event Greenwich Homes, Green Buildings Series: Solar Hot Water systems & Rebates.
        Tel # (203) 869-5272.
        Date February 23, 2011
        Time 6:00 - 8:30 P.M.
        Location Audubon Greenwich.
        Cost Call office.
        Descript Speakers for the evening are Everett Barber, an expert with over 35 years of design, installation and maintenace experience with solar thermal projects, and Bob Wall from the Connecticut Clean Energy Fund. An Organic wine & cheese reception at 6:00 P.M. Lecture will begin at 7:00 P.M.