The home came on the market in mid August for $1,295,000, went into contract in early September, but then fell out. The sellers put the property back on the market in mid September at $1,335,000, which gives you an indication that a few new insights transpired during the contractual period.
The new owner paid $1,320,000 for 255 Moultrie, which isn’t a sky-high price for Bernal anymore. In fact, 19 homes sold for $1M and above in 2010. But only two sold for more than that of 255 Moultrie. In contrast, 2009 saw 30 homes selling for $1M+, including five for $1.3M+. Next year should be an interesting one for Bernal’s sellers.