The 4-BR, 5.5-BA, 7,048-square-foot Shingle at 30 Clyde Street in Brookline first dropped way back in March 2011 for $5,600,000. It then spent more than two years getting price-bumped and price-chopped, until, in June 2013 the listing was removed when the tag was a mere $4,950,000. Thirty Clyde, which includes a four-car garage, nearly an acre of land and a 2,000-bottle wine room (not cellar, room), then reappeared on the market for that very price in September 2013—where it sat again as its price tumbled further. The last cut appears to have done the trick, for the estate has gone to contract. Thirty Clyde was last listed in mid-May of this year at $4,495,000. We'll see what happens with the close. Incidentally, the whole shebang last traded way back in October 1997 for $805,000—or about $1.7M in today's money. How times change, eh?
· The Return of Brookline's 30 Clyde Street [Curbed Boston]
· Our Mansion Watch archive [Curbed Boston]