Rambler sellers can name price

Good letter from Nancy Campbell, Mill Creek, regarding single story houses. (Sunday, “Disabled also seek one-story.”) In late 2011 we got tired of living in Poulsbo and relying on the ferry to see our kids in Snohomish County. We’re both around 80 and had enough of stairs. We looked for several months to find a suitable rambler. Of the four dozen or better leads our Realtor gave us we only looked at six. Good rambler owners can name their price with a take it, or leave it attitude. Some of the brand new ramblers left considerable to be desired and reeked of el-cheapo.

Leroy McVay

Everett

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