Property at centre of dispute with Laurentian listed for over $9M

A property at the centre of a legal dispute with Laurentian University has been listed for $9.35M, the highest price for property in Sudbury, reports CTV News. Property owners James Crispo and Dominique Ansell said that the “Board of Governors … established the value of this property,” and that the price was calculated from factors such as the university’s spend on the dispute to date and the current state of the housing market. “We’ve listed at $9.35 million because we believe that’s what the university values this property at,” said Crispo. The listing advertises the property as “Northern Ontario’s most sought-after property!” “Since 2016, the Laurentian University Board of Governors has taken a special interest in this picturesque 1.2-acre property.” Note: Archived stories may contain dead links or be missing source links.

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