I met the mail carrier for The Gannon House last week. He was concerned that Mr. Gannon hadn’t submitted a change of address yet, and wanted me to let him know that if he didn’t see a change of address soon, he would hold his mail for him at the post office for security.
The cul-de-sac was filled with kids playing on Saturday, and we discovered that we have mutual friends with the next-door neighbor. Such a sweet family; it made me wish we were going to live in this house instead of sell it.
Another neighbor who’s lived here for almost 20 years stopped by to check out what we were doing, and talked about how much he loves the nature you see in this area, and how close it is to everything.
I love the feel of this neighborhood and its people! It’s one of the reasons we wanted to buy and renovate The Gannon House. This house is near the top of Erindale Heights, which is on the bluffs just north of Pulpit Rock, and it has beautiful mature ponderosa pines and scrub oak, with 1970s custom homes throughout. (Some people have thought it was in Black Forest, and it does have that look and feel but it’s right in the heart of town!)