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Don
04-04-2007, 11:24 AM
Single Family Property, Subdivision: PICKETT DOWNS UNIT 2, County: SM, Approximately 2.94 acres, Swimming pool/spa, 3car garage attached + detached boat house. MOST IMPORTANTLY DEEDED TO 1000 ACRE PRIVATE LAKE PICKETT WITH 4 SLALOM COURSES USED BY 6 SKIERS ONE OF WHICH IS CHRIS PARRISH. Wakeboard friendly. Be 1/4 mile from launch ramp w/o forking out the multi million dollar price tag for lakefront.

call: Kathleen Gallagher @ (407) 718-2049

http://www.realtor.com/Prop/1077185108

http://i31.photobucket.com/albums/c363/waterskicoach/house1.jpg
http://i31.photobucket.com/albums/c363/waterskicoach/spa.jpg

shepherd
04-04-2007, 02:10 PM
Looks like a good deal. We came very close to buying a house in the same neighborhood back in 1999. They have a nice little gated-access lakefront park and boat ramp for homeowners. Semi-private lake with very limited access. Interesting side note is that Chris Parrish's mom was the agent and his dad gave us a tour of Lake Pickett in their boat, even met Chris there at their house.

The decision came down between the house in that neighborhood and the one we eventually bought, which was waterfront rather than water access but on probably the most popular public lake in Central FL. :mad:

Don
04-10-2007, 04:40 PM
This real-estate sucks, therefore, a price reduction is probable. If we settle at 469,900, it will be 30K under appraisal done less than a month ago.:mad:

slink976
04-10-2007, 04:43 PM
hmmm.... i'll take it

wait they have me moving to Plano

M-Funf
04-10-2007, 04:57 PM
Nice looking place! If it was waterfront, I think it would be sold already...

This real-estate sucks, therefore, a price reduction is probable. If we settle at 469,900, it will be 30K under appraisal done less than a month ago.:mad:

I hear ya...My father in law just bought a house in central FL about 6 months ago. Paid OVER asking price...the bottom was already falling out. Now they need to get rid of it and can't. So they've filled it with furniture and are renting it out through a property management company. They've got to be losing money on it, I can't imagine why the don't sell it for what they can get and take the one-time loss.

Don
04-11-2007, 10:56 AM
There have been some encouraging data in the past couple of weeks. We may have turned the corner. We have jumped 20K in market value since the beginning of the month.