Greenwich Homeowner Will Accept Cryptocurrency as Payment for $6.5 Million Property
As reported by CNBC, this compound sits in the northwestern-most part of Greenwich, only about 200 feet from Connecticut’s border with New York state. The residence at 241 Bedford Road was built in 1835 and is a Greenwich-designated landmark known as the Levi Ireland House, said Compass agent Kevin Sneddon. The main house spans over 4,200 square feet with five bedrooms, three baths, and a powder room. Elsewhere on the property is a carriage house that boasts three bedrooms, a one-bedroom guest cottage, and an old barn.
The fact that the seller of the Greenwich property will accept crypto at closing has brought more attention to the old home in the form of press and inquiries from intrigued potential buyers. Sneddon is counting on state-of-the-art amenities on the property to attract a buyer, and he hopes his seller’s willingness to accept payment in digital currency will score his listing the attention of newly minted crypto millionaires. Read the full article about this first-of-its-kind listing at CNBC.