A basic starter home in Telluride, Aspen or Vail,
and in Durango/Pagosa Springs, a 4BR 4BA, 3200
square foot, 2 car garage on about 2 to 5 acres......
At 06:27 PM 5/14/2007, you wrote:
>Wow. $1.8mln in Colorado. That must be quite a house. Those are the
>type of prices I expect in California, not Colorado :-)
>What do you get for $1.8mln there?
>On 5/14/07, WD0M <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>>The property across the street was listed at
>>$700,000 when we bought our home 3.5 years ago
>>and I got permission (BEFORE I bought the home)
>>from the HOA/CCR committee to put up a 55 foot
>>tower with a SteppIR 4L on top. It's now on the
>>market for $1.8 million. Don't see a problem here..........
>>At 02:38 PM 5/14/2007, Julio Peralta wrote:
>> >The house across the street from where I used to live sold for more than
>> >any other house in the neighborhood had ever sold for. This is while I
>> >had an 89' UST crank up with a 6 elem 6M beam, two 19 elem 2M beams and
>> >2 39 elem 70Cm beams up. Several years later I sold my house for what we
>> >were asking for it without any issues about the tower coming to my
>> >attention; of course I took it down when we moved.
>> >I think the price/worth of a house has much more to do with the
>> >condition in which it's maintained than whether a guy has a tower in his
>> >yard across the street or down the block.
>> >Julio, W4HY
>>TowerTalk mailing list
>No virus found in this incoming message.
>Checked by AVG Free Edition. Version: 7.5.467 /
>Virus Database: 269.7.0/803 - Release Date: 5/13/2007 12:17 PM
TowerTalk mailing list