Dateline: April 1, 2007
Appalachian Mansion Breaks Home Price Record.
In an event very uncharacteristic of this struggling marketplace, an Appalachian home just recently fetched an unprecedented $774,000,987. Making it the most expensive home to sell in the US ever.
The Estate was owned by Cletis Eustice De La Roose III and family. The home was represented by Hifee Tuscadera.
Sitting on 13 Acres of Prime Appalachia Lake front, the Palatial 2 bedroom 1 Bath (In door), just went thru a major renovation which included Cable TV install.
Ms. Tuscadera reluctantly answered questions about her very private home sellers. However, she did mention that it would have been impossible to sell the Del La Roose Estate, called "Boue Shack", if not for the "Superior Online Marketing and SEO by Spider Juice Technologies and its delightful founder, Tim O'Keefe.
Neither Public Records, or the Local Board could/or would not reveal the Buyers name or representation. The "Boue Shack" buyers are remaining hidden and private while even their publicists have turned down interviews.
However, HouseBloggers.com crack team of investigative reporters were able to track down the buyers by simply calling Mr. Del Roose III's previous number. The phone company was very willing to give our reporters full access to the phone records, and immediately we were given the Del La Roose forwarding number of his Lake Mudhut retreat home.
It was at this number that this reporter talked to Del LA Roose himself. He told this investigative reporter the new buyers whereabouts, name and number under strict confidentiality.
Strange that our investigative sleuthing took us straight to "Boue Shack" itself. We knocked on the door and there was the new proud homeowner. So we thought. But in fact it was his stunning cousin curator, April Tafools. She told me personally that the wealthy homeowner is LINK-ED from the town of BAIT Hook, Appalachia. And saw the property and land as a good investment.
The interview with Ms. Ta-Fools found that her cousin is private just like the previous Estate Owner and that he is really a man of the people. One thing to note is that Ta-Fools cousin loves cheap publicity and enjoys bringing attention onto his holdings. He has even searched for cheap citations from the Local Authorities. Just for the reputation it would give him.
Miss April Ta-Fools did say that they found their new home by searching thru Google and they fell upon a beautiful website with all kinds of pictures and information about "Boue Shack".
She asked that I do keep the address private as they wish to keep their privacy. Any inquiries into this story can be addressed to yours truly.
Dexter Fullshein is a freelance writer for First of Fourth Month, Magazine and was on special assignment for HouseBlogger.com