Here’s a new take on the house video tour – I’m not sure of the floor plan though, and I feel a little dizzy:
From the MLS: The “Crescent” is a world famous Wally Cunningham design that combines the symphonic resonance of the sea by curvilinear architectural elements. The 6,500 square foot masterpiece sprawls over a double oceanfront lot, capturing the energy, essence, movement and calmness of the Pacific in every living space. Outdoor spaces meld into the interior seamlessly, allowing peaceful travel to another world.
Steve the listing agent was nice enough to let us look around his new listing in the Estates of Rancho Carrillo in Carlsbad today. The Estates is a gated community of tract houses, but this one has been expanded, and is on the premium lot of the community:
You’ve heard of a property being worth ‘land-value’.
How about ‘sunset-value’?
Here’s the first piece of evidence that the 2014 sellers are likely to be extremely optimistic on price, and many will be shooting for the moon.
This youtube uses clips from the old video, back when the owner purchased the house for $1,175,000 in 2011:
Few like the thought of investing time and money into a house to make it right, but there are benefits – today’s sunset starts at the 7:30-min mark:
This type of view is fairly affordable compared to other cities:
A look at residences on the cliff overlooking the La Jolla Shores and the Cove:
For those looking for a unique oceanfront opportunity at what seems like a reasonable price, check out this house at Moonlight Beach. The Scripps family owned it until 1994, when they sold it for $850,000. This owner paid $3,750,000 cash in 2009:
It has been listed for two weeks, and has already had two offers! Maybe we can take a collection and call it the bubbleinfo beach house?
We’ve seen signs of slowing, but sellers are able to control their own destiny:
The first third of this video is a tour of great-looking oceanfront house in Leucadia – and the rest is two old guys discussing the current market: