• I like how they say “Sold as is. No disclosures!”

    Always enticing marketing messages in my book.

  • FlamingAtheist

    @The Critic – Especially for $2 mil.

  • Ben

    Critic, what does that mean?

  • Patti

    Real estate terms-estate sales are always
    ‘as-is’ no disclosure as the owners are not around anymore and are unable to disclose. This does not mean there is something wrong with
    the house

  • Bryce

    It is in Illinois. Who the f wants to live out there?

  • mike

    “Doesn’t say if it comes with the wreckage of a 1961 Ferrari 250 GT California.”

    it’d almost be a crime if it didn’t. … besides, i couldn’t live there. i’d be saying stuff like “the miles aren’t coming off ferris!” and calling myself abe froman 24/7

  • PopCollector

    Notes “can never be duplicated”. Looks exactly like “The Lake House” used in the Keanu Reeves / Sandra Bullock movie of the same name. Only with a lake in the rear.

  • flychinook

    Technically, the wreckage would be of a Ferrari replica made out of an MG.

    http://www.autoblog.com/2006/07/14/fun-fact-friday-cameron-s-ferrari-250-gt-california-really-an-m/