Virtually a few years just after the Avondale Group Enhancement Affiliation took home proprietor Tom Woosnam to court docket, the home stays unoccupied and the situation is still unresolved.
The homeowners’ affiliation filed a c grievance against Woosnam on May well 8, 2018, for the property situated at 3055 Fulton Road NW in Simple Township. The criticism cited tall grass and weeds and household water damage — all in violation of the homeowners’ affiliation agreement.
Woosnam procured the foreclosed house as an expenditure. Failing health restricted his potential to rehabilitate the residence, his attorney Andy Ginella stated.
On April 9, 2019, Stark County Common Pleas Judge Kristin Farmer ruled Woosnam was to checklist the residence for sale within 14 times, restore, and clear up the home to fair fulfillment in an expeditious method as nicely as clear away a parked van from the residence.
Woosnam listed the home for $179,900. Courtroom information show the operator under no circumstances obtained an give for the outlined volume but did get oral offers for a lot less. In accordance to courtroom records, the proprietor turned down a dollars give for $125,000.
“We’re not looking for house flippers. I am confident if a family members ended up to appear together, Tom would entertain an give,” Ginella explained.
The homeowners’ affiliation, which has attempted to maintain the property, claims Woosnam unsuccessful to use acceptable efforts to clean up, fix and promote the property quickly.
A listening to scheduled for Monday was canceled.
Last week, counsel for both equally functions reported they were working to take care of the situation in some way.
Representatives for the Avondale Community Advancement Affiliation declined to comment amid litigation.