While people wander around lower Bucks County, PA, scrambling for a place to stay, there are vacant properties throughout Bucks County. One such property is the old Sunbury Farms on Newportville Rd in Bristol Township. It was up for auction April 21, 2016, but now it’s abandoned. The auction sign is still up!
The township had plans for the property. According to an article in the Courier Times, March 30, 2016:
“It’s a historic house and we don’t have the funds to bring it up to what it should be,” said township council President Craig Bowen. “We get no return on it. The taxpayer wasn’t getting a return on it.”
Bowen said he hopes the property will bring in more funds than its appraised value, which he estimated at $650,000. “It needs to be fixed up,” he said, adding that the township has a wish that whoever buys it will return it to its “pristine condition.”
Pristine condition? Now it sits, gathering moss. How about having some select homeless people move in, fix up and maintain this historic house. And give tours. Oh, I forgot the caste system in Bucks County. Once you are homeless, you will always be homeless. And hopeless, according to the conventional wisdom of Bucks County.
But wait! There’s been rumors over the years that this 18th century house is haunted. Maybe, with Halloween approaching, we could round up some homeless people for a haunted house. Maybe we could find some that were dropped off near the homeless shelter after Penndel Mental Health Center got done doping them up and their taxpayer funds ran out. As they may have to wait for months, you may be able to round them up.
The haunted house could be populated by the homeless. Bristol Township would offer them booze, and Penndel Mental Health could make sure they are doped up. The haunted house tour will be called “House of The Walking Brain Dead”, sponsored by Bucks Builds Bums.
Bristol Township, as it is infested with Democrats, may be purposely letting the property run down, and with the rest of the libs, destroy the established order and then usher in a New World Order. When the Sunbury Farms historic building is plowed under, there will be a ribbon cutting ceremony. George Soros, the guest of honor, will cut the ribbon.
Instead of having The Phoenix rise out of the ashes, Bristol Township will release pigeons.