A number of people commented on how “inexpensive” yesterday’s house seemed, and in the scheme of things – other similar houses in different locales – it does come in on the lower end. A friend sent me a listing for a similar-sized house in Scarsdale, NY which was listed for more than three times the price of Tyrconnell.
At the end of the slideshow for the house above, there were previews of a number of other slideshows for other houses for sale. That lead me to a wonderful property outside of Pittsburgh, which the owner had originally purchased in 2000 to farm to donate food to a food-bank and teach her children about charity in the process. The 150-acre property was originally $400,000, but the current selling price is not available.
The property was originally listed for $10 million, but there have been several price drops, and it will go to absolute auction in May.