Originally Posted by Dave&Ginny
It should have been with all the time and money invested. It turned out to be a very frustrating experience. The size was adjusted and re-drawn a few times trying to make everyone happy. Now I'll decide this spring what to do with the lot.
That might explain the place I saw a few months ago near us - in the middle of all these small horse properties with huge houses is a 35 acre lot with a house that was not much more than drive through RV garage with an attached apartment. He must have hit the same dilemma. I assume his plan was to move in with the RV and start building his house, but decided to abandoned the idea.
Well, sorry to hear about the frustration. It's just never easy it seems.