UPDATE: In fact, I embarrassed myself, and color me gobsmacked: The Mickster reports that this place has an accepted offer, two days after listing. Horrible house, lot, location and price, and it goes in two days. I'm not often so far off on market estimates, but I certainly was here. Congratulations to the agent for a perfect strategy: she obviously aimed for, and found, her target audience.
Probably not the $4.199 being asked for the new listing at 599 Lake (just south of Parsonage). Not a particularly popular style of home these days, and its photos suggest that the interior's been in a deep freeze since it was installed in 1970.
I won't even pretend to an ability to interpret the listing verbiage, and will leave it to you instead: enjoy:
BREATHTAKING GRAND DAM--STONE GATES LEAD YOU UP THE HIKED DRIVEWAY, PAST THE TENNIS COURT TO THIS MAGNIFICENT MASTER PIECE. AN EXCEPTIONAL HORIZONTALLY SPRAWL OUT ARCHITECTURE DESIGNED CENTER HALL COLONIAL. THE WALK OUT LOWER LEVEL LEADS TO THE MAGNIFICENT HEATED POOL AND GARDENS. PERFECT LOWER LEVEL FOR A CAR COLLECTOR-FABULOUS HIS AND HER MASTER BATHS WITH LAP POOL AND HOT TUB, ALONG WITH HOT TUB, HEATED TOWEL RACKS, ETC. MAKE THIS INTO YOUR DREAM HOME, THE FOUNDATION AND BONES ARE THERE!