WESTFIELD, NJ — Now known as the infamous “Watcher” house, 657 Boulevard in Westfield is back on the market again, this time for $1.25 million — less than the $1.35 million that its current owners claimed that they paid for it in a lawsuit that has drawn international attention.
According to its listing on Zillow, “This grand turn-of-the century home with many quality updates is situated on a stately street close to NYC transportation and award-winning downtown. Period features include high ceilings, coffered ceilings, elegant foyers, built-in window seats, fireplaces and more.”
The listing also notes “Lots of updates within the past year including 2-zone cac.”
The six-bedroom Dutch colonial gained international attention last year when its current owners filed a lawsuit against the family that sold it to them, claiming they should have disclosed a creepy letter sent by someone calling him or herself “The Watcher.”