05 November, 2020

tear it down

 there was a notice atttached in the front of the property (see below) saying this house will be torn down.  It's sad because it is still in good shape.






36 comments:

  1. Yes, they do that a lot here, too... Always higher, always more.
    Oh! Enjoy your "warm" day, Bill! I´ll had to town in so far 3C only!

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  2. Might look worse inside. A new pharmacy sounds good though.

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  3. Hi Bill.

    What a shame seems to me to really make something of it.

    Greetings from Patricia.

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  4. Hope the new building will be a lot nicer than this one architectonical speaking.

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  5. Hello,
    It is sad they will tear down a building that is in good shape! I guess it is nice to have a Doctors office and pharmacy in the space. Take care, enjoy your day!

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  6. I am sure that someone is making money on this deal. That's generally the case isn't it?

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  7. Una pema; pero un centro de atenciob primaria y farmacia esta bueno tambien. Mientras sea para el progreso es bueno.
    Un beso Bill

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  8. Such a pity.
    Wonder what will be built there..

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  9. When I saw the photo and heading in my blog feed I thought "Why are they tearing it down? It looks in good shape". But then I realized I don't know what it looks like in the inside. I do know I love the outside.

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  10. ...and soon to be a commercial site.

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  11. They do that here. No appreciation whatsoever. I'd move in there if I could!

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  12. It is indeed sad. Making way for something bigger and better? It will be interesting to see what develops.

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  13. That is a shame. You are right, it does look like it would make a nice home for someone.

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  14. In fact, it is unfortunate if the building looks deoan and still good, to be torn down.
    Maybe in the room a lot has been damaged.
    Have a good week.

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  15. Sadly many good buildings are torn down. Here most of our buildings are wood and don't last as long as others.

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  16. Down with the old and up with the new. That is something that is happening here.

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  17. Sad. Hope new use of the site has a better building.

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  18. How sad to see a decent house torn down. This could be the beginning of Hitcher's Guide to the Galaxy.

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  19. Beautiful Bill. Greetings Caroline

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  20. Más tarde o temprano desaparecerá, será cuestión de tiempo.

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  21. They need the land for one or more dwellings.

    God bless.

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  22. Oh this made me sad as well Bill. I would have loved to live on that house if only I could especially it still looks good!

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  23. What a shame. Is there no other available land?

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    1. I'm sure there is but this is close to the center of town so its a good location.

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  24. Here in California, the land is worth more than a house could ever be.

    When I see houses like this, I imagine who lived there, what happened.

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  25. What a pity, it looks so good.

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  26. Too bad. Looks like with a little TLC it could be a lovely home!!

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  27. Sad indeed. A pretty looking house.

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  28. Bill - it seems a shame, but I suspect the GP services, etc., will be good for the community.

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  29. oh that's a shame, perhaps it needs too much work needed inside.

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  30. It is a shame Bill but hopefully its new construction will aid the community 💛 Happy weekend ✨

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  31. Yes, it looks good enough to exist for many years to come. But destroying for a good deed is also not deniable!

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  32. Too bad more things aren't repurposed.

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