By Patrick Anderson
PBN Staff Writer
MIDDLETOWN – The most expensive property sale on Easton’s Point and the second most expensive in the town this year, at 87 Shore Drive, has been completed for $4.51 million, Gustave White Sotheby’s International Realty said.
The sale included a 10-year-old 3,560-square-foot waterfront house with floor-to-ceiling-windows that disappear into the floor, plus two additional lots. The house also features an open floor plan with a Calgary River-rock fireplace and custom-milled mahogany trim.
“The extraordinary and unique beachfront setting with ledge outcroppings provides fabulous swimming and magnificent sunsets over Easton’s Beach and Newport,” said listing agent Paul Leys.