The Sheriff’s Department has been called out several times to an old lot on Route 10 (link) where drivers have seen a ghostly apparition staring at them from an old house.
“Super duper freaky,” said one motorist who stopped at a nearby diner. “I nearly lost control of my car.”
A Sheriff’s Deputy shook her head at it. “Every time we go there there’s no one there. It’s unnerving. The property is for sale, but who’s gonna buy a haunted house?”
As spring warms up most of the world, Braniff Airport is still handling winter vacationers, and making a lot of people happy.
“It’s so close to the resorts and sights,” said one vacationer. “You can’t beat the skiing and ice skating in Chamonix.”
Braniff-Unity Chamonix Regional Airport (link) is off of Amundsen Road in Minarlo Vite, and has a full range of services for travelers. Also they have a recreational race track under the tarmac.
At the elevation of 111, it also requires some adjustment for travelers. “My ears popped 3 times,” said a young child, “now I’m waiting for the last pop!”
“It’s a great location,” said a new intern at Grace Development Agency. “And there are some reasonably priced river lots for 10000 nearby.”
A Waterbank News reader stumbled across the largest known treehouse in Lebeau and sent us this pic.
“It was huge!” They told us. “I was driving along Route 1 to check out a property in Imperial [they told us it was reasonably priced 1024 at link] and saw this huge trunk. I stopped and got out. Really nice people there. They even put out bikes for people to enjoy the area. Worth a visit – and Route 1 is a fun old timey drive. Brick road!”
Link to the largest tree house (link)
A splendid parcel has come up for sale in Mare, and it has a rare “loop” access to the road. Set at 20K, this property is an ideal location for a jewelry store (link), a flagship store (link), or even a humble apocathery (link). Find the property at Mare (link).
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Real estate agents are jumping over themselves in Lionheart (link) after a UNO truck made a stop.
“If there’s oil,” one agent said, “I can finally buy that canal I always wanted!”
UNO, Unified National Oil, has been aggressively looking for more fuel sources.
A new development is underway in the East River Villages called Grizedale Village (link), and will be offering rental properties and a suite of community services. The development, under the stewardship of Sam Stable (daltonprock) has already raised eyebrows.
“Sam’s a great guy,” said an East River councilwoman, “and has a mind for what we need. Grizedale’s next to Helvelyn and Port Kirkstone, so this is prime real estate. He’s already signed in Two Tangos at the fire station and is working with ERPD, so this will be a safe place to live.”
The Grace Development Agency said that developments like this have benefited from recent “land tier changes,” (link to chart) and that are part of a new trend in East River.
Grace Development Agency is showcasing two new hot properties near Feral Marine’s Blake Sea showroom, off of Route 14. Omne property is 38,000L for 17040 meters (2.2L per m), and another, a beach property, is 512m for 6890 (13.5L per m). Properties can be seen at Gormthoog (link)