Now that Spence has been featured on every major media outlet as the prince of real estate, the stuff in his book carries more weight – whether it’s true or not. He makes the point at every stop that Starbucks is good for real estate values, so…….
The owners of the Beachside Del Mar also own the Del Mar Highlands Town Center.
Here’s my new listing at the north end of Del Mar Heights, listed for $1,650,000. Kayla and I will be there both days this weekend, 12-3pm, for the open house extravaganza! If you are thinking of moving and wonder how we can help, this is a good chance to see how we work – come on by:
Kayla and I saw this house on broker preview day in May, and filmed this for a potential buyer. It has since closed for $3,050,000 cash last month, which shows how Del Mar Terrace is getting more love these days!
I said in the video that you’d be seeing some dazzling sunsets, but, if so, it would only be in the winter that you’d see the sun actually set:
You could make a case that Del Mar Terrace is under-valued, compared to the rest of Del Mar. The views are bigger due to fewer trees, and you can get to the freeway or beach in five minutes – how many places can say that?
Ken Rochetti was the architect of the featured home above, and quite a few others in the north coastal region – here’s one on Whale Watch in La Jolla with some trick drone work:
This is the 10th cheapest of 77 houses for sale in Del Mar. It is a single-level house on a good culdesac with a big yard – probably the three best features you can have when it comes to selling today. It’s over the hump and in a totally different area, but the house on the corner of Via Grimaldi and Via Latina just went pending yesterday, listed for $3,250,000 – and it looks like it is about 1,000 feet away on the map.
But the listing agent confirmed today that this house is still for sale, so I told him I’d give him some extra exposure here:
P.S. The Bernardo Fire was started accidentally – here is the link:
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