Before and after: Inside $1.5M NH mansion where 84 dogs rescued from deplorable conditions
WOLFEBORO — A 59-year-old Wolfeboro woman has been arrested and charged with two counts of misdemeanor cruelty to animals for housing 84 Great Dane dogs in deplorable conditions.
Christina Fay's $1.5 million dollar home was covered in a layer of feces and urine when rescue workers raided it on Friday removing the dogs.
According to town assessing records, Fay bought the home on June 4, 2015, for $1,525,000. It is a two-story colonial with eight bedrooms and nine bathrooms and sits on 53 acres of land.
The most recent town assessments from May value the home and land at $1,570,000.
Since Fay's arrest, town officials have deemed the property uninhabitable.
Fay also owns a second property in Wolfeboro at 94 Middleton Road. Matt Sullivan, director of Planning and Development for the town, said that property is not under investigation by the town at this time.