It's hard to miss Bob Stovall's real estate ad. While most listings strain to describe a home's desirability, his ad trumpets an "El Dumpo Special."
"Move it or blow it up - I don't care. 900 Sq. ft. 2 br. vinyl," his ad in the Advocate reads.
The breezy dismissal conjures images of a disintegrating shack surrounded by discarded appliances. But it turns out that Stovall's home is, in the tradition of real estate ads, not quite what it appears to be.
The small, gray home - essentially a box with a porch - is only two or three years old, and it's never been lived in. It sits in rolling country just off U.S. 68 about three miles west of Perryville with The Knobs as a backdrop.