Jack and Jill took a break from fetching water Wednesday, and ventured into the wilderness to check out some new real estate listings.
Northeast Real Estate associate broker Jack Thyfault took me along to learn the ins and outs of the real estate business. We traveled to Plymouth and trudged through snow-covered grounds to take photos, measure rooms and get a sneak peek at what a particular listing had to offer.
Upon arriving at Liddle Lane – driving down the path that seemed to lead to no man’s land – we came upon a small, brown cabin complete with an outhouse and garage. The cabin was surrounded by 15 acres and backed by state land, so I could easily see that it could fit the needs of someone wanting to get away and spend leisure time in the wilderness of upstate New York. Thyfault said he works with many out-of-towners who want a recreational, or second home.