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Sandpoint ‘Extreme Home’ Owner Must Sell

Item: Extreme Home for sale: Hebert can’t afford upkeep nor time for maintenance/Marlisa Keyes, Bonner County Bee

More Info: Upkeep on the 3,678-square-foot challenge also is difficult. Hebert, who is single, works full-time and spends most evenings taking the kids to baseball and soccer practice. He said wants to enjoy his time with his niece and nephew. The cost to maintain the home is expensive and Hebert is worried about the economy, the price of gas and the cost of food.

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