I've always noticed the goat on this roof. But the house was never for sale. Now it is. And the goat is still on the roof. (Although, it's usually dressed up, I think he is just wearing a hat right now.) Winter is coming, they might want to add a scarf for the poor fella.
I've googled around for information but came up with some random stories like this one, but I'm not satisfied. Why would you stage your house and leave a goat on the roof? I'm a little confused as to why anyone would have a goat on their roof in the first place, but to each their own.
Any Richmond readers know?