By The Sun staff
CHARLESTOWN — Mott & Chace Sotheby’s International Realty has announced the sale of a single-family home at 114 Midland Road, Charlestown, for $1.6 million, and said the sale was the highest-priced transaction in the town so far this year, based on State-Wide Multiple Listing Service data.
The sellers, Raymond and Patricia Lienau, of Katonah, N.Y., were represented by Ray Mott, broker and co-owner, and Susan Mitchell, sales associate, of Mott & Chace. The buyers, John J. and Mary Walsh, were represented by John Fusaro of Coldwell Banker Coastal Homes.
The six-bedroom home, built in 1950 and renovated in 1991, has 5,344 square feet of living area and an 1,152-square-foot in-ground pool. The lot, nearly 2 acres, is located between Quonochontaug and Ninigret ponds and is part of the private Quonochontaug East Beach Association. According to Charletown records, the property is assessed at $1,2227,800, including more than $600,000 for the land. It went on the market July 1 for $1,950,000, and the closing was July 31.
“This sunny home provides amenities the new owners will enjoy for generations,” Mitchell said. Mott said the brokerage he owns with Judy Chace has represented seven clients in five transactions of more than $1 million thus far in 2018 in Charlestown.