Realtors Accused of Animal-Dumping Put House Back on Market

It was quite a scandal: Two real estate agents who had their house on the market across the street from another house for sale were accused of trying to sabotage their neighbor’s sale by knocking down signs and dumping dead animals on her property. Both agents denied the charges and retained a lawyer to file a defamation suit.

Now they’ve put their house back on the market after a hiatus. It was first listed in April at 1.149 million. It was taken off the market in July, shortly after the scandal erupted. Now it’s being relisted by National Realty Old City LLC for $1.025 million.

“This home is a true gem offering turn key living & a wonderful floor plan in an A+ neighborhood surrounded by multi-million dollar homes,” the listings reads. “All new baths, light fixtures, systems, paint, beautiful covered rear slate patio overlooking renovated pool and gorgeous manicured grounds. The best in turn-key, low maintenance living.”

That turn-key property’s sale could pay for a lot of legal bills. Here’s what it looks like:

Listing: 117 Booth Lane, Haverford PA