The former properties of federal tax evaders Ed and Elaine Brown are back on the market after the winning bidder in the government-held auction relisted them. The Valley News reports that Plainfield resident James Hollander, who had purchased the properties last October in an auction, has listed both properties on ReMax Upper Valley, hoping for over $100,000 more than what he originally purchased the Center of Town Road compound for.
Hollander purchased the 103-acre property for $205,000 during the government auction, which had been initiated multiple times after no previous bidders.
Now, he’s selling it for $329,000 along with the Lebanon dentist office, previously run by Elaine Brown. Both the Browns are currently serving prison sentences for the rest of their lives after refusing to pay their taxes.
They entered a standoff with federal authorities and were ultimately arrested and convicted in 2009.