This will be old news for the four of you that have been with us since the beginning, but it’s been a long summer for the Fullers.
We started to bid on a house in South Freeport, only to have it go off the market for “sentimental reasons.”
We staged, primped, pimped and prepped Flying Point Road expecting it to take a few months to sell. Only to have it go under agreement in 72 hours with a really short close. Yet after an anxiety fueled week of inspections, packing and alternative housing, the buyers flaked out — probably for “financing reasons.”
That all changed yesterday.
In exchange for pushing a pile of money across the table, we received title on 34.8 gorgeous acres here in Freeport and a payment book. Maybe just a smidge anticlimatic after all we’ve been through, but satisfying nonetheless.
Things will only get more interesting from here. After a short vacation, we’re starting work with Rob the architect on October 11th. Our first goal is to get a driveway and electricity into the site before snow flies. After that we’ll tackle the house plans with hopes of an early Spring groundbreaking.
Third time lucky.