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From: Right side of the tracks
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It's somewhat sad that out of a dozen or so kids, none of them will own the house.
It's completely renovated which is good considering some of the things Bret said about the cats crapping and pissing everywhere, in his book. The only thing not changed is the Dungeon.
Anybody have a spare $4.9 million they'd like to loan me?
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|Now that Mr. Burns has his billions back, I think he'll be able to buy it back.|
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to piggy back on a thread from a oouple days ago, Vince should buy it and turn it into the WWE Hall of Fame.
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From: Mount Pleasant, Pa.
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Even if it was renovated, seems a bit overpriced to me.
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|I think it's 5M not just for the mansion price alone, but also for the land it is on too, which is quite a bit of prime building space.|
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|I went to the open house on Thursday (I know someone who knows someone).
Awesome to tour around the house - the kids and grandkids all wrote their names on various bricks around the house and they've stayed.
The dungeon was shortened a bit, but still retained some of the original equipment and feel.
Beautiful view of the city from the front porch and balcony.
If I had $5 million around, I'd already be moving in.
I think it's 5M not just for the mansion price alone, but also for the land it is on too, which is quite a bit of prime building space.
Exactly. There were plans and diagrams there of building a condominium/townhouse unit on the land surrounding the house. It would be a shame to see that happen.
I can see that you put a lot of thought and effort into this post, and I really don't want to just dismiss it outright, but... Heyman's "success" as a booker has been grossly exaggerated.
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