Longaberger estate for sale; asking p...

Longaberger estate for sale; asking price set at $15 million | The Columbus Dispatch

There are 104 comments on the Columbus Dispatch story from Jul 27, 2011, titled Longaberger estate for sale; asking price set at $15 million | The Columbus Dispatch. In it, Columbus Dispatch reports that:

Tami Longaberger, chief executive of the basket-making company that bears her family's name, is selling her 200-acre estate about 45 miles east of Columbus.

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Blazer

Columbus, OH

#2 Jul 27, 2011
Who needs a house that big? King Solomons house was only a hair over 10000 square feet.
Sure

New Albany, OH

#3 Jul 27, 2011
Now that she's ruined the company her father started she needs the money.
John

Columbus, OH

#4 Jul 27, 2011
Donating it for the homless never crossed your "country girl" pea pickin' heart, did it?

Not for a second of your life.
why

Galloway, OH

#5 Jul 27, 2011
must be too busy with her lover, bernie kosar.
George Jefferson

Millbury, OH

#6 Jul 27, 2011
John wrote:
Donating it for the homless never crossed your "country girl" pea pickin' heart, did it?
Not for a second of your life.
Why should she?
You class warfare lemmings are pathetic.
DrC Ohio

Columbus, OH

#7 Jul 27, 2011
Maybe John Kasich can live there as well, that way tax payers can foot the security bill for three homes!
trying

Saint Marys, OH

#8 Jul 27, 2011
I'll take two, please.
Clint

Cincinnati, OH

#9 Jul 27, 2011
Wow ! The Longaberger Estate is absolutely beautiful and well taken care of ..... Just a fantastic business location and place to shop . The economy has taken it's toll on many ,many Ohioans and this is a real shocker .
she put her greed before

New Albany, OH

#10 Jul 27, 2011
the company- headlines about people being laid off, how sad how sad- and she took ALL the money and spent it on this and a lot of other things- shame on her- she should donate every cent to the workers who lost their jobs because of her greed.
George Jefferson

Millbury, OH

#11 Jul 27, 2011
DrC Ohio wrote:
Maybe John Kasich can live there as well, that way tax payers can foot the security bill for three homes!
You KDSers are mentally ill. You probably blame him for your chronic yeast infection.
Sterling Silver

Columbus, OH

#12 Jul 27, 2011
Well, I'm out; I could only get financing for $14 million, and I have no use for horses.
Tom

Columbus, OH

#13 Jul 27, 2011
Nice way to spend her dad's money and drive his company to the ground. She is so inept it is not even funny. I remember her building this ridiculous house at the time she was laying people off.
reality check

Pickerington, OH

#14 Jul 27, 2011
that will sell quickly.....
Zexufang

Reynoldsburg, OH

#15 Jul 27, 2011
The Longaberger basket is like a rainbow beanie baby or a grey pet rock.

Dated and passe.

In a bad economy, some people must come to grips that (yes) I did spend $500 for a brownish tan woven straw carryall tote thingy.

Ahhh the Madness of the Crowd; fun to watch.

Indeed, go to the nearest thrift store - you'll see lots of baskets; most go for about a dollar.
Seriously

Columbus, OH

#16 Jul 27, 2011
I won't knock anyone's right to live in a house that big or expensive. I'm just amused that it's two big for one person, but when she had her two kids at home, it wasn't too big for three.
Seriously

Columbus, OH

#17 Jul 27, 2011
Oops, too big.
DrC Ohio

Columbus, OH

#18 Jul 27, 2011
George Jefferson wrote:
<quoted text>You KDSers \
KDSers?? What the heck does that mean ol' georgy poo..I thikn you have lost it. Do you have any comment on the actual article or are you trolling again?
George Jefferson

Millbury, OH

#19 Jul 27, 2011
she put her greed before wrote:
the company- headlines about people being laid off, how sad how sad- and she took ALL the money and spent it on this and a lot of other things- shame on her- she should donate every cent to the workers who lost their jobs because of her greed.
It's HER company. Her's and the other shareholders. They can do what they want with it. Employers owe their workers agreed upon wages, a safe working environment, and an adherence to labor laws. That's it. Everything else is a perk.
John

Columbus, OH

#20 Jul 27, 2011
George Jefferson wrote:
<quoted text>Why should she?
You class warfare lemmings are pathetic.
To save her Soul?

"Class warfare lemmings"?

Sounds like you after the cflass wars have ended a few years from now.

Until then, I'm still what you hope to become.
John

Columbus, OH

#21 Jul 27, 2011
George Jefferson wrote:
<quoted text>Why should she?
You class warfare lemmings are pathetic.
George you should buy it and move it on down to the Eastside.

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