The Final Chapters of an Ayrshire Single-Story on Falkirk Ln.

If you look carefully at the photo above, you’ll see books are still on the shelf at 4103 Falkirk Ln., shown in the middle of its demolition last week. Work left an open-air reference section fronting the street from the fifth-of-an-acre parcel 2 blocks north of N. Braeswood. $500,000 is the asking price for the property, which hit the market last December. Since then, its across-the-street neighbor was also torn down, leaving a vacancy of the same size at 4102. Both houses went up in the early ’50s.

Photo of demolition: Swamplox inbox

Public Library

4 Comment

  • This IS interesting.
    Realtor writes “buyer to verify room dimensions” because she sure isn’t going inside there to measure!
    So does “As is, where is” relieve all parties of declaring defects? Even if a defect is in the slab, the utility connections to the City…

  • movocelot: to be fair, I put ‘room sizes aprox’ on all my listings because I’m too lazy to measure them all :)

  • No it generally does not, although it can limit the ability of a buyer to recover if undisclosed defects are later discovered.

  • kind of stinks…
    Would anyone buy a car with “Quantity of wheels approximate”, “Buyer to confirm a chassis” !!