|Posted by Skye_Ann|
This makes me sad... It's beautiful. Too bad more people don't put in the effort to salvage some of the stuff before it's torn down.
I am happy to report that most of the nicer ammenities (marble countertops, etc) had been taken out by the owner.
With the roof the way it was, I'm not sure any of the woodwork could be salvaged. It's all been out in the elements for over a year now.
|Posted by AtticAddict|
Looks like a fairly affluent house. Wonder what the story is.
By my research, this was once owned by a very prominent family in the area. They sold it to a lawyer for $376,500 in 1999. I'm guessing he got his money and rebuilt elsewhere... He may be keeping the property until he can figure out the best way to get top dollar.
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