The Lord giveth, the banks taketh away

31 Mallard Drive, asking $875,000 and reported as having an accepted offer on March 8th, is back on the market.

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6 responses to “The Lord giveth, the banks taketh away

  1. Walt

    Dude –
    I am thinking reality TV. Why not? They have a show about a guy that makes cakes, for Pete’s sake. And all this Real Housewives stuff is GARBAGE!! The Jersey Shore? That totally blows, and the chicks are slobs. I know you probably have a thing for Snookie, but get over it. You chubby loving loser.
    We can do “Dirt Wars”. An inside look at the dog eat dog life of high end real estate “professionals” and their pigeon…. And their clients. It’s a can’t miss I tell ya!! I know what really goes on at these “open” houses. Open is an understatement!!
    You can be a script consultant, but I think I need someone who has actually sold some dirt to be on screen. How about Gid? Or is he too busy tooling around on the avenue in his Jag? Francis? Yeah, he would be a barrel of laughs. NOT!!!
    Do we have any hot brokers in Greenwich, or are they all Granny blue hairs? Casting may be a challenge, but the concept is a winner. For sure.
    What do you think?
    Your Pal,
    Walt

  2. boog

    “Walt” always says the same stuff,but it’s always first-time funny.neat trick!

  3. Walt

    boog –
    It is called thematics. And it is pretty hard to deviate when the Weasel Boy is a two trick pony. Dirt and politics. But you don’t hear me complaining.
    Now STFU.
    Your Pal,
    Walt

  4. Mr bogeyman

    Horrible street, lots of dangerous throughtraffic. Shady people hang out here
    http://greenwich.patch.com/articles/greenwich-police-investigate-inappropriate-touching-incident

  5. Mr bogeyman

    Mallard is a type of duck. The name Mallard Drive indicates prone to flooding, not a good street to live on without a sump pump.

    http://blog.greenwichtime.com/realtime/2011/08/27/ready-for-anything/

  6. Fred2

    “Mallard is a type of duck. The name Mallard Drive indicates prone to flooding, not a good street to live on without a sump pump.”

    Not so fast, it’s a truism that developments are named for what they destroy. “Green Acres, Conyers Farm, Bella Vista, …..” on the other hand, I have never seen a development named something like “Great Dismal Swamp a Retirement Condominium” or “Soggy Bottom Valley”