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We have started a new wholesale page on our main site. This page can be found here:
How did we end up here? Well, we have more food on our plate than we can eat right now. We have three projects going at once right now -Main, Hazel and Barbour. This 3-ring circus is enough... maybe too much. And we would like to move into a separate aspect of this business -wholesaling. So...
If you have been interested in getting in the game, now is your chance. We're selling the Petri dish -265 Richmond Road - as is. Here's a breakdown of this property with a picture or two at the end of this post.
A Vietnam type of surrounding. What we mean by that is the land is overgrown and possibly contains discarded items that might stop a Bradley Tank in zero-point-three seconds flat. Clearing this puppy is going to require a platoon of people, a lot of hours, or both.
The Petri Dish in the basement. The basement has some standing water. Like a couple of feet of standing water. Coming from an expansive clay location originally (the Red River Valley of North Dakota) we can tell you that this means finding the source (we suspect the car port and retaining wall), neutralizing that source (try the word, "Demo" on for size), putting in drain tile and a sump pump. Oh. And dealing with mold and mildew. Hey Pepé Le Pew, are you up to that task?
The house itself. Well, chief, this thing needs some updating. Imagine that your blind relative decorated and then let things go a bit. It is probably better than this place. Some seriously serious seriousness will need to be employed to bring this thing up to the 1970s. Seriously.
Five Acres! Yep. Five Acres are included with this bad boy. For our friends in Manhattan, think slightly smaller than Madison Square Park -home of the original Shake Shack. For everyone else, think five acres.
Horses permitted For a lot of midwesterners, this is no big deal. But here in the Triangle, finding a horse friendly place to store your ponies is a not-so-common experience. Horses permitted, Tex. Horses permitted.
One hour to Raleigh. Sounds like a lot, but if you're commuting from, say, Bridgewater, MA to Beantown, you know that this is a piece of cake. Same with Newberg, OR into The Rose City every day. (Both commutes from our history.) Sure, you can plant some filberts or install a lobster tank ("lob-stah") to make it feel more like home, but the big difference is that you can go home and ride your ponies. Yeah, ponies.
Education. Everyone in this game starts somewhere. First there is a lot of lurking and dreaming. There may even be a reality TV show addiction in the mix (A tip of the hat to Salvage Dogs.) But eventually only action will separate the dreamers from the doers. Which one will you be? And then, once you pull the trigger, you find out if the barrel is directed at your melon or at the target. Either way, you are going to learn. Depending upon the caliber, the shot might be fatal. So the good news about this education is that it is low risk by being low caliber. We aren't selling a 100k or even 200k property -before remodel. This isn't even half of that.
Options. Military compound, hose stable, home, small subdivision, bunker, filbert orchard, or lobstah farming facility -the place is only limited by your imagination and/or your wallet. Have at it.
We we will let it go to the first cowboy or cowgirl or lobstah fisher-person or horse with 46,000 cash. Call us today at 919-727-8635 to claim this bad boy.
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