Nuisance Home Cleaned Up
The home is located at 792 Natalie Lane, just a few blocks away from Pop Stansell Park in Palm Harbor. It caught fire in September of 2008 and remained in a charred state years after the blaze.
Back in February of 2012, we told you about a burned-out home in Palm Harbor that neighbors said was a safety hazard.
The home is located at 792 Natalie Lane, just a few blocks away from Pop Stansell Park. It caught fire in September of 2008 and was never bulldozed after the blaze.
Someone got tired of the burned out home and posted homemade signs in front of it that said "Ready for Hurricane Season" and "Call Your County Commissioners 464-3377."
As our new photos show, the home has been torn down. Now all that remains is the foundation.
The property was at the center of lawsuits involving insurance payouts when we first reported the story last year. This prevented anyone from buying it. It appears as though that has not changed. Pinellas County property records show the home is still owned by Joseph and Jennet Stancy, who have divorced and live in California.
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