Daytrip keeps an eye out for the interesting buys – here’s one from Texas:
Only $1,725,000!Link to Listing
Hopefully we will be getting an occasional glimpse of what it’s like for Kayla to be selling real estate in Manhattan. The vertical living couldn’t be more different than what we’re used to around San Diego – she’ll never see another tract house with two-car garage and a yard!
She’ll be starting on the ground floor, literally and figuratively, but eventually she might get to see a few like this – thanks daytrip:
His have been the best real estate films, but this may be pushing it:
In 1967, Walter Cronkite showed us what the future of the single family home will look like in 2001 – thanks daytrip:
This 7br/8ba, 9,380sf house sold for $8,850,000 in December, 2016. The gorgeous red 1959 Cadillac Sedan de Ville is priceless!
Reader AI wondered what happened to the homes for the middle class. The Seaport is a good example. In 1977, these 1,512sf to 1,946sf homes across the street from the La Costa Resort were priced reasonably:
A remodeled house with an extra 500sf addition just sold for $1,035,000!
Here are photos of it:Link to Photos
Hat tip to daytrip for sending in this doozy: