We bought this home because of the school and because the kids could walk to school, the movies, their friends houses, the stores etc. That's where the old begins and ends. Now that the kids have grown its time to go. We have, over the years, watched the neighborhood turn in to a rental haven. Drug problems, unsavory renters, absentee landlords, code enforcement issues, blind eyes turned over and over. The town itself won't admit there's a drug problem but worries if you want to pave the boulevard. Conflict of interest with the board but it's the old boys club, it's all about saving face. How many times can the police arrest the same person before the landlord gets warned? How many tenants can one landlord rent to that get arrested before the landlord gets cited? Isn't there a law on how many rentals one town can even have? I think we've reached our limit! The point is, the home town feeling is gone, what we wanted and once had for our children has faded for greed. Oakmont the Great is crumbling, home values are falling, get them and flip them like everyone else is!