We saw this house back in June of 2013 – here’s an update, and a realistic view of Del Mar values:
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The whole crew will be at 2460 Oakridge Cove today – come by 12-3pm!
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:
Come by this weekend!
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:
Here’s an interesting case study.
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:
A bird’s eye view of Del Mar:
This might be an extreme example, but with the weather so nice and rates still reasonable, buyers are always in the hunt these days. However, the wrong-pricing of new listings is evident, and likely to continue into next year: