I once had one that left angry notes on my car if I parked on the street in front of his house. He had one car and always parked in his driveway. He never spoke to me, just kept leaving notes and reporting my daily driven car as abandoned.
One visit from his crabby ex wife and the war was on.
Hackett, who declined interview requests from The Pine Cone, has also complained about the size of the home’s natural gas lines, the placement of its electrical panel, and the custom wood garage doors the Travailles installed. He even Renovation turns into nightmare, thanks to picky complained that the house was a couple of inches bigger than the plans showed, the Travailles said.
Hackett’s problem with the project seemed to be at an end when he sent a “Happy New Year” email message to Kuehl and the Travailles on Jan. 1 — just a few days after he asked that the house be red-tagged.
Ever Have Neighbor Like This?
Take a small but affordable home, tear down all but one wall, build something 3 times as big around that wall and replace the little hysterical home society plaque back on. The price? A Million-Seven. A nice symbol of the new “Lost Home Town”
The plaque by the door reads “L. Gydison 1889.” The original owner and date of construction thus define Pacific Grove’s historical homes but in this case, a second plaque could read “Love’s Labors Rewarded 2007.”
Elizabeth says, “It was 600 square feet with two bedrooms and a kitchen/ bathroom arrangement.” Now nearly 2000 square feet, it includes a third floor dedicated to the master suite.
To build it all, one side of the house was removed, leaving the part with the original Victorian veranda, always the front entry, but now has become the side veranda with access from inside through a paned-glass living room door.
Definition Of A P.G. Remodel