A sprawling waterfront property in Westport, Conn., has closed for its full asking price of $11.4 million after nearly three years on and off the market, agency officials say. listing Sotheby’s International Realty.

Located in Westport’s coveted Compo Beach neighborhood, the nearly 9,624-square-foot, seven-bedroom home first went on sale in 2019 for $12.5 million, The Wall Street Journal reported. ‘era. It was then pulled from the market and relisted for $11.4 million in March this year, records show.

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The sellers, Hugh Ross, an investment manager, and Savannah Ross, an interior designer, bought the land for $4.8million in 2011, records show, and built the current Georgian Colonial-style home in 2013, according to marketing materials. They weren’t immediately available for comment. The home was signed on April 19 and is expected to close next week, said listing agent Cyd Hamer of William Pitt Julia B Fee Sotheby’s International Realty.

“There was a long closure so [the sellers and their children could] finish the school year here,” Ms. Hamer said. “I’ve looked at records dating back to 1900, and this is the highest selling price ever at Compo Beach.” The most expensive recent sale in the area was for a $10 million home on the same street in 2019, records show.

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“There was a long closure so [the sellers and their children could] finish the school year here,” Ms. Hamer said. “I’ve looked at records dating back to 1900, and this is the highest selling price ever at Compo Beach.” The most expensive recent sale in the area was for a $10 million home on the same street in 2019, records show.

The main living and entertaining areas of the home are designed with numerous wall-to-wall windows as well as French doors to maximize views of the property’s waterfront, according to the listing photos, and the main level features ample space for entertaining, including an airy living room, dining room with water views, and a large open kitchen with multiple islands.

A master suite offers more waterfront views, an outdoor terrace and two dressing rooms, and the upper level of the house has also been converted into a living area with an outdoor terrace. The lower level includes a 1,500 bottle wine cellar, media room and gym.

The home’s expansive outdoor space centers around an in-ground pool with an elevated hot tub and stone patio, and there are three outdoor fire pits.

Until the sale is completed and a record of the transaction is made public, the identity of the buyers will not be available.


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