So Stephanie Powley posted the letter on Facebook, which sparked a social media firestorm.
The handwritten note was reportedly mailed to Bill and Barbara Doughten, who have lived in their home for decades.
“I’m trying to sell million dollar homes in the neighborhood,” it reads. “I drive my clients around and they see your car parked sideways on the front lawn! You have a driveway – use it!”
Powley responded to the letter by writing her own response.
“Did you take a moment to wonder why my grandfather parks in that lot?” Powley wrote. “Did it cross your mind that he may do it to be closer to his front door? Did you even take ONE second to consider your inconsiderate, ignorant actions before you scribbled your frustration on that piece of printer paper?”
Powley called the letter “unprofessional, anonymous and contemptuous” and said whoever mailed it left no return address, “like only a true coward would.”