The owners of all the other vacant homes (there are currently 5 on this/our block), are possibly waiting for a big pay off that isn't going to come. They all want way more than the home are are worth in their current conditions. We tried to buy 215 as a rental property. For a variety of reasons it didn't work out and fell through over a year ago. However, there wasn't much effort put into at least renting it out either before or after we had a contract.
Hapless? As in unlucky? I live on this block, so I think I know what the neighborhood wants.
The neighborhood wants a family to live there, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. It is a house and is not meant to be an office. The neighborhood doesn't want dangerous parking or the irritation of being hounded for the office hours. It would be the same if it was an office for the best non-profit in the world. It does not fit in a residential neighborhood.
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The cats I adopted from the Goathouse may never be fully healthy. They are on extremely expensive prescription food to combat diarrhea, have endured several rounds of medications to rid their bodies of parasites. Is it coincidence that all three have the same problems? Did I get the only sick cats to ever come out of the Goathouse?
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