ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - A home that was the neighborhood nightmare is being torn down.
The 3,300-square-foot home is located on Grecian Northwest, near Fourth and Montano and burned nearly a year ago. The owner just left it standing.
Residents said it was in danger of falling over and the stench of the burnt house drifted through the neighborhood.
Wednesday was the deadline that Bernalillo County said it had to be torn down or rebuilt. It's also the day the owner decided to start razing it.
Some of the home is still standing and it's unclear if the county will take action because of it.
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