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Archive - 2009 - Staff Blog
ADDISON COUNTY — First-time home buying can be a daunting task and knowing how far your dollar can go in today’s market is even more confusing.
Curious to know what your budget could buy in Addison County? The Addison Independent has put together a smattering of homes and properties in the area that fit within three different price ranges. These listings were found through the Addison County board of Realtors member Web sites. This feature ran as a part of a special real estate section in print on 07/23/09.
Price Range: $150,000-$175,000
When Oliver Lathrop came to Vermont in the late 1700s the land was covered in heavy spruce and fir trees. His son, Jim, cut one of the first Lathrop homesteads, the Lust Farm in Lincoln, from deep mountain forest.
Note: this feature ran in the print edition on Thursday, July 32rd.
ADDISON COUNTY — Want to know what it might cost to finance your new home? Take a look at the chart below to find out an approximate payment schedule for a mortgage, depending on the price of the home and the initial down payment.
In the late 1950s, Essex Fells, N.J. was a typical white-collar town. A number of professionals, mostly stockbrokers and attorneys, rode the train to Manhattan each morning for work.
Tony Fraioli was not one of these men.
In the basement of his New Jersey home was a laboratory stacked with shelves holding glass jars of chemicals and solutions and a sink for developing photographs. Here, Tony worked on a long-life lithium battery that would run one of the first electric cars and cause a minor explosion that could be heard by his family upstairs at the dinner table.
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We last wrote about Good Point Recycling back in January of this year, when reporter John Flowers reported on the growth of the Middlebury electronics recycling company, and their relocation to the old CPC warehouse off Exchange Street.
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