101 Dingletown Road is back on the market again, at $3.190 million. The property was once listed for $5.999 back in 2012, but now it's owned by a bank; hence the slightly more realistic price.
But I'm mostly impressed by the resourcefulness of the former owner, who managed to drag out the foreclosure for nine years, from 2009 until this year, while renting out the place at $10,000 per month. He mitigated his loss, then gave it up to via strict foreclosure and pocketed approximately a million bucks. God bless Connecticut's foreclosure process.
The house itself is a piece of crap, but I suppose the bank will eventually get somewhere around $1.5 -$2 million, and only lose a million or so. Cost of doing business.