Here’s another video shot for an out-of-town buyer. This would be a sought-after listing today – it sold for $1,475,000 in July, 2015:
Category Archive: ‘Carlsbad’
The area south of Cannon Road and College Blvd. is one of the last big parcels to be developed in Carlsbad. Rather than throwing up as many stucco shacks as possible, the original plan was to build luxury homes on half-acre parcels. They’ve been trying to get it done for almost 20 years!
Here’s what it is like to be a builder – the timeline of progress:
The blue S is where Sage Creek HS is located:
If you prefer the convenience of a brand-new home, appreciate good schools, and want to keep it affordable – here you go! Open-house report included:
Here’s my new listing of a 180-degree view home in Calavera Hills, priced at $849,000. Carlsbad has been starved for lower-end inventory, yet not everything is selling – but this view should help!
Located at the end of the culdesac and within walking distance of schools K-8, this newer Brookfield home has hardwood floors, granite kitchen, downstairs bedroom and full bath, and lush landscaping with stamped-concrete patio!
Kayla and I will have open house 12-3pm Saturday March 18th – come on by!
There are perks!
What I thought would be a regular open house report got car-based quickly, but the activity is plentiful:
If you can live with some things, you can get a good price – this just closed for $884,900 in Aviara where other standard tract houses have been selling for more than a million. It took almost a year to sell this:
There is a lot here that I liked!
A couple more from the largest planned community being built in Carlsbad:
A wild assortment of photos from long ago.
Bird Rock, 1930:
Solana Beach, 1928:
Rancho Santa Fe in the 1920’s:
“In 1965, a real estate developer stumbled upon a lush valley that combined natural beauty with perfect weather: and the vision for La Costa was born”. Everything except the top of the hill is covered with houses now: