this ole house once rang with laughter

Then [from the auditor’s site]

Now [on the demolition list]

4 thoughts on “this ole house once rang with laughter

  1. Oh, this is the house that belongs to the pic with the green columns! What a wonderful house it once was! Why did they remove the two front stairs, why this awful green color!? After the realtor picture above someone must have made these changes, but I can’t believe that there is a new owner because of the closed windows. This house is too beautiful to get demolished. There are a lot nice details that show me that the first owner must have been no poor guy. Thank you Lisa for the pic.

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  2. Georgia, the inside of this house must be in deplorable, virtually unrepairable condition for them to decide to demo it. I can’t get close enough to an unboarded window to take pictures of the inside, but can see what looks like a bed frame in one of the upstairs windows. This house is on one of my routes to work, so I will try to stay well informed and be there when the demo happens.

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