Thursday, May 14, 2009

Law office for sale


Since we've lived in Ocala this beautiful home on the east side of town has housed a law office. Now the lawyers are gone and the property is up for sale.

28 comments:

magiceye said...

looks neat...

Kcalpesh said...

Wonderfull Pictures. Nice place to be in. :-)

melanie said...

Merci pour votre visite sur mon blog ! Le "big pot" sert à ramasser les mégots de cigarettes. Elle se trouve à la porte d'une petite chapelle catholique.

Votre villa du "law man" est très belle !
Bon WE !

Bergson said...

A beautiful home, but is it good time to sell ?

Olivier said...

c'est une belle propriete, avec un beau jardin. Elle doit être assez cher ?

it is a beautiful property with a beautiful garden. It must be quite expensive?

B Squared said...

Where have all the lawyers gone? There are a lot of lines I could insert here but I won't.

Jacob said...

Well, B Squared, they went to the bottom of the sea. What do we call that?

Jacob said...

@ Olivier - Property values and thus prices have dropped dramatically here, but yes, I think this property located on a busy corner would be relatively expensive.

Vogon Poet said...

Law offices here are dreary or impersonal: this is such a beautiful house, so much green around. A pity for all those lawyers gone to the bottom of the sea...

MJ said...

Too beautiful for the business of law! How about a B&B instead?

Lily Hydrangea said...

wow! I'd love a property like this!

Jacob said...

@ Vogon Poet - re: lawyers at the bottom of the sea. As they say, "Well, it's a good start!"

Cezar and Léia said...

For me it seems a fabulous mansion!
Beautiful place!
Léia

Becky said...

What a fabulous home! I'm sure I'll never be able to afford anything quite so large and fancy, but it's nice to dream, right?

Halcyon said...

This looks like a nice place to me. I certainly wouldn't mind living there. Would I have to take up the business of law though?? That might be a problem.

Halcyon said...

This looks like a nice place to me. I certainly wouldn't mind living there. Would I have to take up the business of law though?? That might be a problem.

Jarart said...

That will make someone a wonderful home.

Jacob said...

@ Halcyon - No, you would haven't to take up the practice of law; like the wild west, there is no law in Ocala.

;-) Well, except for those dadgum motorcycle cops who hide behind trees and jump out at you pointing a radar gun!

Lois said...

What a beautiful tiled roof! It's lovely.

m_m said...

Beautiful and well situated!

Your EG Tour Guide said...

Makes me wonder why the lawyers left this beautiful building.

Joy said...

Wow, that looks just like a house in a very rich neighbourhood in Manila!

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cieldequimper said...

That's such a balanced, pretty house.

Jacob said...

@ EG Tour Guide: Me, too!

greensboro Daily Photo said...

Let's all buy it and make it City Daily Photos World Headquarters. We could have board meetings there. Beautiful building.

Jacob said...

Thanks to all for your comments. Much appreciated.

Question: Is anyone else having problems bringing up the portal and keeping it going...all of a sudden, it's slower than molasses and some blogs I can't get at all?

Leif Hagen said...

Cool snap of cool digs. why don't you buy it and you can have all of us CDP bloggers visit for a "convention?" Thanks for your poem on my 3 dogs posting. Regards from EAGAN, Minnesota

Jacob said...

@ Leif - I couldn't afford to pay the taxes! But you have a good idea.

Your welcome.

As a former Minnesotan, I figured a poetic touch for an Eaganite was only proper.

Have a great week!

"Photographers deal in things which are continually vanishing and when they have vanished there is no contrivance on earth which can make them come back again." — Henri Cartier-Bresson