Like anything, it boils down to what the buyer feels is a benefit for their needs. If you don't want a pool, you will not look for a home that has one.
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It depends on the location, condition of the park, the type of park (e.i. a dog park, city park, county park...), does it flood? I believe most buyers look at a park as a plus, but it depend on the above. Hope this helps Jeff.
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