Almost none, alas, and even politics offers nothing new. There’s this story from England, where an engineer pulled his own tooth after waiting 18 fruitless months attempting to gain an appointment with a National Health Service dentist — wait’s up to three years, it seems, but who besides a millennial doesn’t know what awaits us here, and those idiot children would never believe it, so what’s the use in posting?
But just to keep the blog active, I’ll point out that 214 Clapboard Ridge Road (on the Lake-to-Round Hill segment) has dropped its price from $7.595 million to $6.795. It’s an 8-acre lot with a pre-war, 1940 house on it that, not so very long ago, would have been the main feature. Now it’s listed as both land and residential, with the emphasis on the land listing. You could do some great things with the existing building, but, if there’s no demand for these houses, then you’re stuck with land value: $4 million? $2.5?