Above are the three new-home tracts (in order) discussed in this video. The new homes by Shea are replicating the homes they built down by the freeway:
Category Archive: ‘Carlsbad’
Back when this property had two old houses on it, I sold it for:
$400,000 in 1999, then
$725,000 in 2000, and
$825,000 in 2003.
The current owner paid $1,575,000 in 2014, and it took this long to deliver two new condos – buy one or both! P.S. Two of my three clients became realtors!
Here are the haunted places around Carlsbad, though they didn’t mention this house on the corner of Highland and Oak – go by for a look!
A walking tour of downtown during the 1st Annual Taste of Carlsbad. They had a limit of 500 people so it was fairly subdued, but good to see enthusiastic promotions and many new businesses! Thank you Peter J. for the hospitality!
My buyers and I have been pursuing a reasonably-priced CV home south of the 56 for at least the last 12 months, and the competition has been fierce. Most have multiple offers, and sell for over list price!
This stretch of Carlsbad oceanfront is high enough off the water and has substantial riprap to keep the storms away – yet has easy access to the beach!
This house was built in 2013 and has the master suite downstairs, with other bedrooms up – which isn’t as popular as you might think.
The older buyers who want a one-story think these are more house than they need, and the families with infants aren’t gung-ho about the kids being on a different floor.
This sold in February for $1,230,000, after 77 DOM:
Check out the hills of Old La Costa in background – looks like graded lots:
The La Costa Resort put Carlsbad on the map!