There were foundation repairs here too:
This home had a decent floor plan, and just needed a thorough refresh. But it shows how many buyers pass on fixers – heck, a single-level with view and pool in a gated community sold for under list ($2,900,000)!
The camera was rolling today – here are a couple of short home tours with commentary along the way:
We lost a pillar of our industry this week when Mike Evans, broker/owner of Sea Coast Exclusive Properties passed away. He began his brokerage in 1985, and it grew into three offices with 150 agents before he sold it to First Team in January. RIP
The one-story ranch houses with detached granny flats are their own category now, and buyers are paying prices that don’t compare to other regular homes.
This was taped in July when nobody wanted to have anything to do with it.
The seller, Joe Walsh’s ex-wife, hired a new agent in 2019, raised the price, and sold it the first week on the market. It just closed for $2,800,000 cash.
The agent put Joe’s name in the remarks – did it help propel the sale?
Another video I did for potential buyers – these were tract homes that sold in the $300,000s back in the early-1990s. This just closed for $2,400,000:
The pro version:
Olivenhain is a little out of the way, but we still had a good turnout!
Here’s a video tour of our new listing at 939 Calle Santa Cruz, a luxurious 4 bedroom (plus office), 3 bath, 4,739sf home with 3-car garage plus RV parking on an half-acre lot in Olivenhain. List price is $2,200,000.
It has the size, privacy, and luxury of a home you’d find in neighboring Rancho Santa Fe, but with modern conveniences such as cable TV/internet, sewer, and natural gas on a much-more manageable half-acre lot size!
Enjoy the well-appointed 4,739sf interior space and then mosey through one of the several floor-to-ceiling glass doors to the exterior – where you’ll find equally engaging features such as outdoor kitchen/BBQ, solar-heated pool and spa, gas heaters, waterfall, and ADU.