Seen in an MLS listing in Charlottesville this evening. Not to take away from Athol , but this one’s pretty good. (note: the house is actually listed as vacant, so it’s probably a safe assumption that neither the baby nor the pacifier conveys)
The Virginia General Assembly has been recalled to to Richmond to hammer out solutions for the Commonwealth’s transportation issues . Why then, are our legislators introducing bills to commend One-Stop Cellular ?
Glen Love Cottage is the first house to be built in Vinyard Estates at Lkuge Estate Winery and Vineyard. … Rare opportunity to work with Lkuge Estate winery and wine consultants Laurent Champs , Charles Gendrot, Maicel Rolland and architect David Easton and landscape architect George Carter.
Skyrocketing fuel prices have created a serious threat to the viability of the U.S. airline industry – and that threat has serious implications for cities of all sizes that rely on air travel for their own economic well-being, as well as local companies that need air service to do business.
… With the caveat that I cannot find much about this group online, I initially dismissed the email until I read this on the Charlottesville/Albemarle Airport’s site : It’s no secret that this will be a challenging summer for everyone involved in air transportation.
Kaine thinks so . (thanks to Richmond Sunlight for pointing out this article ) Kaine is proposing a statewide 25-cent increase in the grantors tax, which is now 10 cents per $100 of assessed value, that owners pay on the sale of a house. … Make no mistake – Virginia’s (and the localities’) transportation systems need help; they need maintenance and they need new infrastructure – roads, bike paths, rail lines – but taxing only one segment of the population that uses the system is wrong.
As promised last week and with apologies for the delay, this is the breakdown by price range of sold properties in Charlottesville and Albemarle for the first quarters of 2004-2008.
… This is just for sold properties; I do analyses of inventory levels, absorption rates and number and percentage of under contract and withdrawn (likely due to rental) properties for my clients or for “paid-for” deeper analyses .