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Did Police Surveillance (or Rob Ford) Scare Away Buyers?

An Etobicoke bungalow that was once under police surveillance in connection to the Mayor Rob Ford crack scandal is now off the market. The property at 82 Thirty-Ninth St. belongs to Antonio and Celia Lisi, Sandro Lisi's parents who purchased the house last year and flipped it. The house went on sale for $749,900 in the fall shortly after police released documents linking the house to the Ford scandal. It was believed the Lisi's parents never lived on the property and neighbours had little complaints about the owners. The city's investigation database reveals that neighbours had filed a complaint that the fence was too high but that matter was resolved. After the renovated house didn't sell, the price was lowered to $699,900 and then later taken off the market. According to the realtor, the listing expired and was never re-listed on MLS. No doubt, we haven't heard the last from this property.
· Bungalow Belonging to Sandro Lisi's Parents Now For Sale [Curbed Toronto]
· Bungalow Linked to The Ford Crack Scandal Drops Its Price [Curbed Toronto]
· Is Bungalow Linked to Ford Scandal a Flip or Something Else? [Curbed Toronto]
· The Ford Nation Tour, From Ford Fest to The Crack House [Curbed Toronto]