Here’s an example of what you can buy for less than $1,000,000 if you don’t mind going a little further out – a remodeled one-story 3,000sf house with pool and privacy:
When this house on Rios sold for $8,250,000 in March, 2019, it was the highest non-oceanfront sale in the history of Solana Beach.
The homeowner put it on the open market for $9,750,000 in September, and it went pending in 36 days. It closed this week for $8,595,000 and the buyer paid the commissions, which makes it look like an effective $9,000,000 sale – which is a 9% return in eight months! Both sales were all-cash.
Here’s a look at a sale at the top of the hill in Carlsbad that sold for $450,000 over list price:
Enjoy the sunset and spend the evening marveling at two of the most beautiful custom homes available for sale in Encinitas! Free drinks, music, dancing, and a TACO TRUCK!
Somehow the buyers didn’t notice these bumps in the putting green until late in the process, and they didn’t look like a problem to me. But hey, if it’ll make you happy, we’ll fix it for you!
This just closed Monday for $3,250,000 – here’s my video from January, 2018:
Drone footage inside and out of our Solana Beach listing:
The truth about our success is slowly being revealed:
This just closed for full price, $1,925,000, which is the highest sale in the history of the Santa Barbara tract. But no surprise – there hasn’t been a sale on this side of the street in 2+ years, and these compete very well with the new homes down the hill. Plus you could have moved in for the holidays!
My friends and clients who bought a La Jolla fixer and did a phenomenal remodel are featured in the latest edition of San Diego Home & Garden Magazine. It’s not online, but I found a copy at Barnes & Noble!
Here’s my video tour:
Here’s a tour of the Plan 3 which you can buy today in the low-$800,000s. I noted that Palomar Airport is nearby, but that can impact all of Carlsbad these days:
Take your favorite realtor with you on first visit!