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Old 09-20-2021, 01:09 PM   #6
John Mercier
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Originally Posted by fatlazyless View Post
The land was purchased by Ken Irving in about 2005.

Supposedly, the property tax is only about $7500/year, which is hard to believe. This seems way too low to me as compared to Winnipesaukee.
But why would Irving, that could afford the property regardless of the annual property tax, want to rid himself of it?

If the intent was to build a generational property in the first place, why is it being sold? I know the Sander's sold the camp that the wife inherited that was in Maine, but that was to purchase the one in Vermont were they intended the family to be located for the foreseeable future.
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