who owns the big house on circle drive?

who owns the big house on circle drive?

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Therin

United States

#1 Feb 21, 2013
I heard they were snobs
Welll

Hopkinsville, KY

#2 Feb 21, 2013
The Dixons. I wont post their first name out of respect. They are from Texas and own a couple businesses around here now. The latest being a gun shop/firing range, and finance company. They can be very snobby but they can also be very nice people. They just have their ways about them and they want what they want and have the money to be that way. However, Ive dealt with Mr. Dixon several times and he has been nothing but polite to me....his wife on the other hand can be extremely picky but she too Is very nice when It comes down to It.
interesting

Hopkinsville, KY

#3 Feb 21, 2013
How you like the big glass smoke room..lmao
it amazes me what you can get by with in this town, when you have money!!!
Cool

Hopkinsville, KY

#4 Feb 22, 2013
His smoke room Is pretty nice. I wouldnt know what Its like to have the money to build a room onto my house just for smoking.

I dunno what you are insinuating that they are getting by with though. They are legit.
scoobie doo

Hopkinsville, KY

#5 Feb 23, 2013
I considered buying that house when it was on the market after the Klem's died. I loved it then. These people ruined what was a very attractive house and now it looks like it doesn't even fit the lot and is UGLY...NO, not sour grapes, just do not like it at all. They have so many danm lights on those brick pillars, it will blind you at night.

I regret not buying oit, but had NO idea someone would do that to it.
sammy

Hopkinsville, KY

#6 Feb 23, 2013
Cool wrote:
His smoke room Is pretty nice. I wouldnt know what Its like to have the money to build a room onto my house just for smoking.
I dunno what you are insinuating that they are getting by with though. They are legit.
What are they smoking in the smoke room?
Cool

Hopkinsville, KY

#7 Feb 25, 2013
Scoobie - Sounds like sour grapes to me. That house Is beautiful and while If I had a house that big I would like a bigger yard and have It preferably out In the country that Is not their taste. It Is still a beautiful house inside and out. Not to mention they increased the value of their home ten fold. As far as the lighting goes....Its called extended security and Its a smart move. It Is a serious deterrent for would be burglars. Id hate to see how bad you would be hating on them If they had gotten what they really wanted....to buy the entire Country Club Golf Course and Club.

Sammy - As far as I know....cigars and pipe tobacco. They really are legit law abiding people. Some may not like that they are entrepreneurs. But, that Is their business.
snow

Hopkinsville, KY

#8 Feb 27, 2013
I can assure you there is NO sour grapes involved here. It is simply my opinion and my opinion is they RUINED the house and it looks like a motrosity that doesn't fit the lot. That house is not everyone's taste...big isn't necessarily better. It is simply UGLY to me. I could not care less if they wanted to buy anything else in Hopkinsville, I am talking about the house and I don't hate them, I just think the house is major ugly and I highly doubt they increased the value ten fold when most think it is as ugly as I do. get back to me when they try to sell the montrosity. The old house had class...this looks like people who had money, but zero class to go with it. UGLY!!!!!
snow

Hopkinsville, KY

#9 Feb 27, 2013
That lighting is serious over kill and I highly doubt a million lights that you could land a an airplane by would enhance security. Half would have worked just as well. Everything about the house is plain over kill. Money doesn't equal taste and clearly these people have none.
Cool

Hopkinsville, KY

#10 Feb 27, 2013
Well since reality Is what I deal In, Id believe Id know better than you. You are entitled to your taste as everyone else Is entitled to theirs. That old house was falling apart. Unless you have been In the house both before and after you really dont have much of a leg to stand on.....just sour grapes to chew on. BTW Its a fact that increased lighting around your property and home cuts down on home invasions at night time. Which Is when the vast majority of home invasions take place. But, Im sure you knew that considering you know everything else.
snow

Hopkinsville, KY

#11 Feb 28, 2013
I deal in reality too, just not real estate like apparently you do. I even know who you sound like. The house was NOT falling apart and yes I was in it. It was not old either, I remember when the house was built. AGAIN, NO SOUR GRAPES! If I wanted to build a montrosity I would have done so. It is an ugly house now with zero class. Still WAY too many lights, Ben. I believe it is you who thinks he knows all....realtors are a dime a dozen. KInd of like lawyers, on every block.
snow

Hopkinsville, KY

#12 Feb 28, 2013
Ask all of the long time neighbors what they think of it since you think you know so much. It's much the same as mine. If you want to build an ugly montrosity that had workers in the neighborhood over two years, people had to dodge workers trucks day after day out in the street, build it somewhere where you aren't bothering people for that lenght of time. It was rude since it lasted forever, but I doubt they worried about that for a second. Oh, and since you think you know it all, there was more than one accident there from people sliding in the ever present mud on the road, one was on a motorcycle and got injured. I don't expect you or them to care about such things, as long as they got what they wanted....ruining the neighborhood and causing very dangerous road conditions from 40 trucks parked half in the mud and half in the street every day. The guy on the motorcycle should have sued and relieved them of some of that money they have nothing better to do that build gaudy homes with. GAUDY!!!!!!!!!!
Cool

Hopkinsville, KY

#13 Feb 28, 2013
Well my name Is not Ben. And what all I deal In Is also not your business. At least the real reason comes out why your so bitter. They have the same right to build their house how they want It just like everyone else. At some point every house In that neighborhood was under construction. Maybe the motorcycle driver should have been paying more attention? Sue them? For what? If his bike touched their property line when he was driving then he was the one at fault for not staying on the road. If the mud was on the street they are not liable for It anyways. I guess you think your an armchair lawyer as well. I talked to a lot of the neighbors who walked by every single day admiring the house and I didn't hear one complaint or negative comment. The inside of the "new" house Is absolutely gorgeous complimented by amazing custom wood and stone work. Maybe Its not your style and your entitled to your opinion but try living your life In the positive and not the negative. Ive stated before that the location would not be my first or even second choice either. I myself fancy a large home In the country with no neighbors and more privacy and enough land to stretch my life onto sort of speak. But, that still doesn't take away from the amazing job the people who worked on that house did. Even If It did take a little longer than expected. BTW you obviously know nothing about construction considering the time It did take wouldn't be considered "forever" under any circumstances. But, you continue to exaggerate and come up with your own opinions, which Is fine, but don't try to pass them off as facts. Like the 40 trucks? Hun, there were never anywhere near 40 trucks parked outside that house at any given time. 12-15 maybe, at the most during the busiest and most hectic times. Sour grapes or just plain old envy because they outbid you for the home, you weren't the one who got the commission, or possibly your just jealous because you dont have the vision or budget to do such things. Get over It.
snow

Hopkinsville, KY

#14 Mar 1, 2013
I am not exaggerating, it was a danger to people sinse there was mud CONTINOUSLY on the street due to construction that lasted a LONG time. Okay, maybe it was 39 trucks parked halfway out in the road, not 40! There, better? It DID cause accidents because the road was muddy ans slick for MONTHS. AGAIN, no sour geapes, why would trhere be any when I think the house is major UGLY? So, you made zero sense. No envy, no jealousy, I could build an ugly house anytime I want to...anything else you want to make up? MAJOR UGLY!!!!!
snow

Hopkinsville, KY

#15 Mar 1, 2013
You have so many things wrong, it would be impossible to address them all, but just, one correction....they did NOT out bid me. I looked at the house LONG before the gaudy people looked at it.
cool

Hopkinsville, KY

#16 Mar 1, 2013
You are so childish. Nice way to go through and judge all my posts and yours. Seriously you aren't worth the time. You cant even spell correctly. Im starting to think your not even an adult but some kid playing on the internet. You may call It gaudy, but the 20-25 people I talked to from the neighborhood thought It was very nice. Quit being so upset because you couldn't afford It. Its obvious If you really didn't care you wouldn't keep acting like such a fool. Take care, and hope you will stop by on the next house remodel.
snow

Hopkinsville, KY

#17 Mar 2, 2013
You are so full of it, it isn't funny. If there were some spelling errors, they were typos, not inability to spell correctly. I will put my grades up against yours any day. Ypou also do not know what you are talking about when you speak of my being able to afford it. You would feel like a complete idiot if you knew who ypou were talking to. Money is not an issue, trust me. I am saying something very simply, something even you should be able to understand. They ruined the house. Money doesn't equal class. The house IS gaudy and has zero appeal to people who do have taste. It DID cause several accidents because of the perpeptual slick mud on the road CONTINOUSLY. The city was called because someone DID get hurt. It went on far too long and caused a menace to other neighbors who think it is GAUDY!!!!
I believe you must be related to the Gaydy people with no taste and that has to be the reason you are defending the people who caused danger to others for MONTHS and ruined a nieghborhood because they had the money . They should have taken the money out in the country and built something gaudy there, not the eyesore we all have to look at.
snow

Hopkinsville, KY

#18 Mar 2, 2013
Oh, and I believe you talked to 20 to 25 people in the neighborhood as much as I am going to the moon. I live here, so you must have talked to different people than I did, and I seriously doubt you live here. WE are the ones who had to deal with the God awful mess that went on forever, did you? You might have a different opinion if you lived here and had to look at that mess for months and now we have GAUDY for all of the trouble!!! It STILL doesn't look done, so what does Mrs. Gaudy have in mind next? I KNOW the motorcyclist who had the wreck and if you knew who that was you would feel like an idiot too. Let's just say he has just a tad of experience, but it was SLICK and the wreck could not be avoided. He should have sued them because the constant slick mud was extremely dangerous and he did get hurt. You can build a gaudy house all day long, but you are NOT allowed gto endanger people people who have lived here far longer than they have.
snow

Hopkinsville, KY

#19 Mar 2, 2013
Oh, I am not judging your posts, apparently no one agrees with you. Nice try.
fact check

Hopkinsville, KY

#20 Mar 2, 2013
Mr Dixon is from right here in Hooterville. He grew up in that neighborhood, moved off & made his money, returned and wanted to truely return HOME so he bought a house in the neighborhood he grew up in. Don't believe me? Just ask him, I did. His wife, from what I understand is an "import" model that he met in Texas. She did/does own or at least operate a real estate business there still.

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