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Jim Klinge, broker-associate
858-997-3801
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Encinitas, CA 92024
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Posted by on Jan 23, 2019 in Bubbleinfo TV, Encinitas, Jim's Take on the Market, Olivenhain, Why You Should List With Jim | 4 comments | Print Print

Olivenhain Luxury Estate

Here’s a video tour of our new listing at 939 Calle Santa Cruz, a luxurious 4 bedroom (plus office), 3 bath, 4,739sf home with 3-car garage plus RV parking on an half-acre lot in Olivenhain.  List price is $2,200,000.




It has the size, privacy, and luxury of a home you’d find in neighboring Rancho Santa Fe, but with modern conveniences such as cable TV/internet, sewer, and natural gas on a much-more manageable half-acre lot size!

Enjoy the well-appointed 4,739sf interior space and then mosey through one of the several floor-to-ceiling glass doors to the exterior – where you’ll find equally engaging features such as outdoor kitchen/BBQ, solar-heated pool and spa, gas heaters, waterfall, and ADU.

4 Comments

  1. Lots to love. Less than $500/sf and on a real lot appropriate for the size. Well maintained by appearances. I do question the owners’ decision to put in a “newer kitchen” while retaining the original 1988 style. IMO the price is supported by comps and you should see a lot of traffic and quick offer.

  2. Hey JtR, awesome home!
    I just checked Zillow. There’s a typo in “What I love about this house”.
    “The seemless transition between indoor and outdoor luxury living!”

    Should be “seamless”? *Grin* If I’m right, four Dodgers’ tickets, right?

  3. It seems you might have something there, thanks!

    You come to town and we’ll get you to a ballgame!

  4. P.S. I had already changed that in the MLS, but it didn’t translate through to Zillow.

    It used to be that we uploaded our own listings to Zillow, then they stopped that and did the auto-upload directly from the MLS.

    But now that I’m with Zillow, there is a different auto-load system that gets our listings there faster. But it seems they don’t reload the remarks as time goes on? I have to remember that.

    The MLS never did get Zillow to fix the irritating pendings problem. Once agents mark a listing as pending, Zillow erases the agent and the agent’s ability to access it, and literally says ‘this property not for sale’ when there is a for-sale sign out front and consumers are left wondering what happened. In the rest of SoCal/CRMLS, their listings show them as pending, like ours used to do. But not in the Sandy Bagel – we just get what we get.

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