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Famous Amityville Horror Home Hits The Market
Last week we posted about the late Jackie Kennedy's Georgetown mansion recently hitting the Washington DC market for a cool 10 million dollars. This home, reported to need some TLC, and a probable good amount of updating, could absolutely warrant it's 10 million dollar price tag. It wasn't location, or condition that could support the asking price, it was as you can imagine, the famous history of the home's owner. The same holds true this week in real estate news with the reporting from Realtor.com that the most 'clicked on' home listed on the site last week was the Long Island home that inspired "The Amityville Horror" movie, and 14 other movies inspired by the famous home. Realtor.com reports similar top rankings on the site for the most viewed and clicked listing of the home from the movie "Silence of the Lambs", topping out as one of the most popular listings that have been listed on the site.
There are some pretty amazing homes listed on Realtor.com. In a regular feature, the website publishes the top contenders for most viewed. On the site this week, not necessarily famous per se, but odd and interesting is this home at 5366 Rootstown Road in Ravenna Ohio. When's the last time you mowed your ROOF?
The TriCities area is rich in historic homes, famous pasts and unique features in the area. Call The Shields Team office and let us show you what's on the market! (423) 433-6517, or, come by our office and view them on the big screen! We're waiting at Keller Williams Realty, 1033 Hamilton Place, Johnson City. Call us!
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Holding a BS in Environmental Science, and MA in Education, real estate was not Shields Team Buyer Specialist Rayne Price's first career choice. It was only after encouragement from his wife and a cl....
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