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Very sad, indeed. Unbelievable that there would not be some third party who would step in and offer a price to demolish for the salvage. Appears to be a beautiful neighborhood, too, that will now enjoy all the Walmart traffic.
Yes ctf, it really is ~ Thanks for your comment
The answer PH is that the farms in the area would NOT sell their land, so they found enough homeowners who were willing to sell their properties for more than 7 times what they were appraised for!! $200,000 homes sold for average price of 1 & 1/2 million!!
With all of the space around, why would they need to knock down fine homes.
How very sad!!!
The one to the left of it, already gone by the time I drove by, was really a great home! It was last year that the homes were bought, I was sickened that someone didn't get to salvage what they could from them before the "Jaws" had their way. All the glass, doors, cabinets, fixtures, appliances ...... going to the landfill. :-(
Just sickening. That home is so pretty.