A video tour of a home that just closed escrow today for $2,055,000:
A good yard for adding an ADU:
The photo you saw was from the house I sold at the top of the hill in La Jolla. Above is about half of the ocean view – here is more of it below. The sunsets will be outrageous next summer:
Full video tour here – hat tip Sam!
Thanks to Garrett for letting us look around this 1940s bungalow at the beach:
What will it be like when there are no more new homes to buy in Carmel Valley? Pardee has been building houses steadily for 30+ years, and they will be down to their last 103 lots, once they are done here – and they’ve sold 33 of 44 so far. These are priced from $1.8 to $2.5M.
Toll hopes to sell two per month at Palomar (the image above), and they sold five in October! Altogether they’ve sold 36, which puts them ahead of schedule. They are priced from $2.5 to $3.8M.
We’ve seen that the bottom of the Carlsbad detached-home market has been around $800,000 all year. Can you get into something similar for less?
Here’s a tour of a 4 br/2.5 ba, 1,997sf twin home in the far-north end of Carlsbad built in 1987 and without any real improvements since. This closed for $620,000 in October:
Tim and Allison were nice enough to let me look around their 4 br + den/3.5 ba, 3,480sf home on a 15,087sf lot west of the I-5 freeway on Hymettus priced at $2,645,000:
The Johnson House was built in 1962 through a collaboration of the The Johnson Family, Bob Jones the Architect/Friend, and builder Herb Turner. This home was originally designed to take full advantage of the scenery around the home through the use of floor to ceiling glass walls, sliding glass doors to bring the outside in, and several different outdoor spaces. Inside the home you will find many of the original features of the home, such as the exposed post and beam architecture.
3 br/2 ba, 2,130sf built on a 11,900sf lot in 1962
SP = $2,670,000
This just closed for $2,050,000, which is a nice value for golf course frontage – under $400/sf!