The home on 123 Saddle Rock Road in Stamford has only claimed four owners in its 107 years. But in the past four years, the home has been on and off the market, Realtor.com shows, and in that time, it has dropped in price by around $4 million from its $11.95 million price in April 2018. Now the 5,297 square-foot home has been relisted for $7.995 million.
The property is Stamford’s southernmost site, according to Andrew Wood, vice president of public relations and communications at Sotheby’s International Realty. Located on the end of the Shippan Point peninsula, the site is rumored to have been a lookout that guarded Stamford and New York harbors during the two World Wars.