A wooden house that’s been the center of a controversy since it was put up for sale in 2014 has been turned into a luxury apartment.
James Woods, the owner of the property, says the wooden house was one of the last pieces of the family to be renovated.
Woods says he wanted to do it himself, and he and his wife decided to sell the house for a whopping $3.6 million.
He says he sold the house in January to an unknown buyer and that the buyer has since purchased it.
Woodsy says he has been selling the house since 2013, but had to make a deal with his insurance company because the property was in a residential area, and they couldn’t get a license for the structure to be used for any type of business.
The property sits on private property, but he says it’s still owned by his wife, who has lived there since 2001.
Woody said he has a history with the property owner, who was a major tenant in the early years of the building, but Woods says he was told to stop the lease, which is the last thing he wanted.
Woodhouse is also asking for a restraining order against the owner, saying that he had a history of harassment and bullying.
He’s also asking the court to order the owner to remove the wooden shackles he installed on the house, and to take the shackles down.
Woodhouses attorney, Scott Davis, said he thinks Woods is being too lenient.
Davis said that Woods has filed complaints with the state’s Department of Health and Human Services, but the department has not yet taken action.
He said that in addition to the restraining order, he also wants to make sure the house is not being used for criminal activity, because Woods and his family have been victims of that.
Davis said Woods was also asked to pay for the renovations and removal of the shackled shackles.