Owner Says The House Will Be Available For Rent

Click for the report by Nick Pisa.

Seems to us a sad and rather disrespectful move. But the owner (who is retired) may have her own pressures. Apparently some compensation from the state will be claimed.

And it is again wrenching to read about the state of the interior, and the fact that some terrible signs of Meredith’s final fight for her life have never ever been removed.

There have been suggestions in the past that the action most respectful to Meredith would be to simply pull the place down, and add the land to the existing orchard.

Kermit did a Powerpoint presentation of why this rather strange house came to be, just outside of and below the city wall.

Our own shots of the house are here and here and here.

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The red-brick structure to the right in the Sun shot, which blocks most of the views the downstairs tenants would have had, appears to be a half-completed new wing. It is not in very good shape and there is some mildew. Perhaps the funds to complete it have not been available.

Posted by Peter Quennell on 04/24/09 at 08:22 PM | #

Perhaps the visiting Knoxes would like to rent there.

Posted by bucketoftea on 04/25/09 at 03:28 AM | #
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