This video has almost 4 million views in its first 10 days on YouTube:
Our first experience with the Compass for-sale sign (that costs $700):
It’s rumored that Charlie Chaplin used to live here – can’t blame him!
Love how this house looks down the coastline, taking full advantage of the lot. It was active on the MLS for four minutes, and the agent noted in the confidential remarks that is was “SOLD Prior to Activation in the MLS” even though it had been on and off the market since 2016:
Looking for a home with a HUGE ocean view? Join us between noon and sunset on Sunday, March 24th to tour 4275 Clearview Drive in Olde Carlsbad!
Here is a sample of the view:
A tour of our new listing!
The minor repairs needed are distracting to the eye but experienced buyers know that these issues can be dealt with in the first 30-60 days.
The view will last forever.
Wow – look at those jumbo rates with no points!
It would be a great day to buy the Best View in Carlsbad!
We’ll be open 12-3pm Saturday AND Sunday.
Our listing on Clearview is a photographer’s dream with such a wide and unobstructed expanse – white-water surf, whales and dolphins, Navy maneuvers, and the eventual tearing down of the smokestack (shortly).
I won’t do it justice, but I’ll post a few shots as we go.
It’s one of the few places where the ocean view dwarfs the plant:
This photo below is about half of the ocean view you see in person, but without the zoom. The ocean view looks bigger in person:
The street name says it all – enjoy a clear view of the ocean from this elevated location between Skyline and Sunnyhill! Three bedrooms plus den (bedroom suite downstairs), 3 baths, 3-car garage, and newer custom kitchen with tasteful granite slab counters and great ocean view from the kitchen sink. The pie-shaped 9,331sf lot helps to expand the view/privacy and includes a pool/spa too! Needs TLC, but it’s cheap – the house down the street is $3.5M. The Best View available in Carlsbad!
LP = $1,599,000
Open 12-3pm on Saturday!
Minutes before listing hit the MLS:
This house shows how the view from a higher point further back can be better: