According to the Bent Tree grapevine, vigilant neighbors along with Public Safety solved the case of firewood theft from a Bent Tree homeowner’s yard. That was some great teamwork…well done! Note – the Bent Tree woodchuck shown in the photo above was not involved in this crime. However, a red gator was…
Click here, or click the listing photo below, to link to the listing information for 1831 Crippled Oak Trail in Bent Tree. The asking price for the 3 bed, 3 bath home (with a great Game Room) on 1.84 acres is $369,000.
One recent home sale in Bent Tree had an interesting listing description. The first sentence was “Cute and freshly renovated home perched on top a very, very steep driveway offers cozy living in the desirable Bent Tree subdivision.” The last sentence was “Please take caution if attempting to drive up the driveway.”
The closing price was $79,500 and Bent Tree Community Properties, Inc. represented the buyer. If my calculations are correct, BTCPI made $357.75 on that sale. This was the second home sale involving BTCPI. Based on calculations, BTCPI probably brought in $1179 on the first transaction.
By the looks of the tire marks in one of the listing photos, the driveway really is a doozy.
Information is available on the official Bent Tree website regarding a couple of proposed capital projects for 2019. Here’s how to find the information (once signed in to the Members section of the website):
- Trash/Recycling Center – From the Members main page:
- Click on “Management”
- Click on “2018 Board of Directors”
- Click on the “Bent Tree Waste & Recycling Proposal” link in the upper right-hand corner of the screen
- Chipping Green Project Proposal – From the Members main page:
- Click on “Amenities”
- Click on “Golf”
- Click on “Chipping Green Project Proposal” link in the upper right-hand corner of the screen
I came across this photo that I took back in 2014. The Quiet World of Bent Tree…
Earlier this year, I included the following statement in one of my posts: “I do know that if I won the lottery (assuming I ever played the lottery), there is only one home in Bent Tree for which I would pay $900,000 or more.”
Well, this is the one I was talking about. Even though I’m usually not a lottery player, when I saw this home hit the market a few days ago, and because of my earlier post, I tried my luck with the lottery. I didn’t win, so my favorite house in Bent Tree is still on the market.
Click here, or click the listing photo below, to link to the agent’s information for 601 Cutthroat Ridge in Bent Tree. The place really is, as the listing says, “Rustic Perfection”.