This closed for $1,240,000 last month.
Category Archive: ‘Encinitas’
From the mayor:
This week at SANDAG (the county’s regional transportation board), we heard for the first time the amount of housing the state is proposing for our county in the next eight-year housing cycle. I hope you’re sitting down – it’s 21,000 new homes annually, which is more than three times the 7,000 homes that San Diego County is currently producing each year.
The total number countywide is 171,685 housing units for the 2021-2028 housing cycle. Each city’s allotment from the California Department of Housing and Community Development (HCD) won’t be determined until 2019, as the proposed methodologies are still in draft form. Once SANDAG assigns Encinitas our new housing numbers, scheduled for October of 2019, Encinitas will have 18 months to update our housing plan for state approval.
This just closed for $2,900,000 cash:
A tour of the model!
This just closed on Friday for $3,000,000 – the sellers paid $1,850,000 in 2012:
There are few homes that have been meticulously designed and maintained by their owners – at any price. This is one of them:
It means something when Bill&Co. give up on a project, and the new guy is reluctant to commit to a price, other than “Mid-Millions”.
A beautifully maintained beach bungalow from the 1940’s – there won’t be many more of these! Thanks Dave Miller!