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The Working Man’s Mansion

From the Windsor Star Classifieds in October, 1971.


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Here’s the “Mansion” today. It’s a fact that our real estate hasn’t increased in value over the years, in fact Windsor has some of the most affordable property in the country. This house was listed for $26,900 in 1971. That amount is equal to $151,690 in 2010 dollars.

Interesting to note that despite 39 years having passed since the ad was placed, the house looks almost identical.

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