How’d that foreclosure auction go for the humongous early-eighties brick house on Harold St. in Montrose used in recent years as a party pad and chainsaw test site?
Let’s just say that the auction listing is gone, the property is back on MLS — and the price has been cut another $45K. But unlike the sudden, swift, and unexplained felling of the mature street trees surrounding this property, the chopping of the list price has resulted from a series of 6 hacks, from $644,900 last October to $469,900 just last week.
The stats: 4 bedrooms, 4 full- and 3 half-baths, 3 fireplaces, and 4 staircases, all somehow squeezed into a mere 9,111-sq.-ft.
- 1302 Harold St. [HAR]
- Previously on Swamplot: Going, Going, But Never Can Say Goodbye: Will the Montrose Party Pad on Harold Survive?