Nesting instincts put birds in the red light district

Who says there’s a slump in the real estate market? Grafton’s newest homes are all about location, location, location.

For one thing, they’re REALLY close to shopping.

And if you’ve ever dealt with a newborn, you know it’s always good to have a pharmacy close to home.

And hey, when the kids are out of the shell, they’ll have friends just their age to fly with! Or, you know, watch as they plummet to the pavement below, helplessly flapping their wings in despair. Mother Nature is a fickle one.

Of course, some of the neighbors are a bit messy, and maybe their houses aren’t quite up to code. What can you do? It’s not like the building department can inspect all the nests in town — there are STILL people in who are fixing their roofs from last year’s hail storm!

But bonus: you never have to worry about leaving on a nightlight.

Thanks for pointing out the nests, Carmela!

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