Friday, December 4, 2015

Adorable historic Christmas tree farm in Vermont asks $1.5 million dollars

This 221-year-old Georgian-Federal farmhouse for sale in Springfield is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

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  1. Its quickly becoming just a grass and weed farm. Trees are getting scarce.

  2. Adorable. Charming. Wonderful. Endearing. Beautiful...

    Except it's completely beyond the ability of 99% of Springfielders and Vermonters to afford. That's the great thing about a subsistence-based economy!

  3. If I offered 1 million would they accept my offer?

  4. It is truly sad that such beautiful, stately homes and acreages that form picturesque landscapes have no market appeal due to Springfield's blight. Such is also the case with Muckcross and North Mowing. Fair change they will end up as trailer parks.

    Isn't this liberal utopia working out well?

    1. Liberal utopias always work out best for the liberal politicians that govern them. It's only a matter of time before a current or retired liberal politician or their wealthy donors make an offer on this place.

      Notice that Muckcross has been cleverly foisted onto the shoulders of the taxpayers so that Edgar's family can enjoy the tax break while chuckling as all the costs for maintaining their family homestead are transferred to those who can least afford it today - the declining number of working men and women of Vermont.

  5. Isn't this in a flood plain?

  6. Unfortunately the Liberal Agenda in Vermont is destroying the economy. Who can afford the taxes? Too many schools to fund.. too many addicts to treat. Healthcare is a joke. You can't hire anyone who you can trust.


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