Hasn't Woodstock always been for sale?
|They have tried to be good conservators: For more than a decade, beginning around the 25th anniversary in 1994, they held Woodstock "reunions" that drew musicians and a few hundred to a few thousand spectators, who camped on their 40-hectare homestead for the three days in August near the anniversary dates of Aug. 15, 16 and 17.|
But they are getting older. They have had a long-running conflict with the town about permits and no-camping rules. And for a host of other reasons, they are ready to sell the house and retire to Arizona. They are asking $8 million (U.S.).
And at that price, they are not adding any stipulation requiring new owners to open the property to future reunions.
"Woodstock's nostalgic farmland up for sale"