Much like olives, licorice and New York City, everyone is bound to have an opinion about this Sandwich Village house. The former PriceSpotter was built in 1860 and has been thoroughly, albeit not historically, renovated from top to bottom with some very, very modern updates. In other words, this was not a restoration and the 3,402 square foot 4BR, 3BA now features a floor plan worthy of 2015 and, according to the previous listing, a Poggenpohl kitchen. Outside, there are gorgeous gardens, a large deck and a two car garage. Located directly across from Shawme Pond, the .39 acre property is within the Glass Town Cultural District "steps away" from restaurants, museums, shops, and galleries galore. Alas, 15 Water Street is still searching for a buyer. The old meets new abode first hit the market in August 2013 for $990,000, but has since taken six meetings with the PriceChopper. As of this week, the historic-ish spread is yours for $649,000.