1. “You can jam your loud ass kids in the basement.”
Oftentimes honesty is indeed the best policy, and although that’s not typically a rule that people trying to sell houses abide by, it could land one homeowner in West Asheville, North Carolina a buyer, . Because, provided prospective buyers aren’t scared off by a little bad language, he makes a fairly compelling argument (via Craigslist) for his house, which includes a basketball court and a dead end street for bike riding, “so if you want your kid to be a shitty bike rider, and suck at basketball, then buy something in Montford.” Other good points.
2. “The floors are freaking bamboo. If it is good enough for a koala, then surely it is good enough for you.”
3. “If you can’t think of anything good to do with a giant mirrors in your bedroom, then you should probably buy in Montford.”
4. “Go look at it, and if you don’t like it, then screw you, but I think you will like it.”
5. “Did you know you can’t build a pool in Montford? Well you can build a pool on Scottsdale Drive. You could build two pools in this yard, because it is huge.”
We’re not sure what or where Montford is, but we are definitely not buying a house there.
· $224900 / 4br – 1848ft2 – 3Bath, West Asheville, Don’t let your kids suck (22 Scottsdale Drive) [Craigslist, via Lighter Side of Real Estate]