The newer one-story houses are still very popular! This sold for full price – $859,000 cash:
There’s nothing wrong with a regular VG donut!
Stunning architecture coupled with natural landscapes and vistas await a discerning buyer. Distinguished architect Leon C. Meyer creation that hearkens back to the golden age of Mid-Century Modern design is truly one of a kind. Revered for his flawless application of Euclidean Geometry, the home nestled in Southwest Escondido on a private road offers a unique canvass to create a masterpiece. Ample indoor & outdoor living space, mountain views & the feel of private retreat. Sold for $545,000 cash.
The house featured below is where the red dot is in the photo above, and the area circled in red at the bottom notes where the La Costa Resort expanded.
These sold for less in 1977 – this one was a Portsmouth-A plan:
Because they are building such large houses, the one-story plans barely fit on these interior lots that have slopes. Toll has literally redesigned smaller versions so they can get a bigger backyard.
I thought I should do something nice for my wife because Natalie’s college-graduation ceremony falls on the same day as Donna’s birthday. So we went to see the farewell tour up close last week:
A good example of what to expect around Olde Carlsbad. This closed for $900,000 last month:
There are so many new-home tracts underway in Carmel Valley that those thinking of reselling an older home may want to wait it out – or risk having to battle it out, price-wise, against stiff competition:
Here is a brief clip of the movie, plus a few moments with Giorgio and myself from the Q&A session at the local Carlsbad premiere:
This is the link to iTunes to order the movie (starting June 4th):
This is the link to the other blog posts about the movie:
Here’s my blooper reel of ten homebuyer tips plus outtakes at the end:
Thank you for watching!
P.S. This is my 8,000th blog post!
This is literally the first day in 2013 when I met Giorgio, Guy Mossman, and their crew for filming the documentary film which comes out on Tuesday.
I had no idea what to expect, so we just winged it. It shows.
They came back a few times over the years, and every time the experience was fantastic. The film took a different turn and followed the racial, sociological impacts, but it could have chased why people make decisions the way they do – maybe next round?
Order the film here:Link to iTunes order page