$4.2 Million Home Is a Tear-Down


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People buy houses and tear them down all the time, but most people don't spend millions of dollars on them. Not Clark and Sharon Winslow of Belvedere, Marin County, California. They just bought their neighbor's house for $4.2 million and tore it down so they could have a better view.

Alan Farnham of ABC News has the story: Link 

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The rich are different than you and me.

See also:

Mitt Romney to demolish $12 million mansion, replace with new home four times the size
http://articles.nydailynews.com/2011-08-22/news/29936838_1_mitt-romney-romney-spokesman-oceanfront-mansion
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Jimbo is right.

Us poor people have so much to learn from our social betters. It's my own fault for earning income rather than investment returns -- then I could pay half the taxes I do now.
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