September 21, 2007

New California affordable housing – easy access to freeway

Drivers Zoom by Roadside Debris – a Home

They say it was an accident – but really it was an accidental discovery for a great new way to build affordable housing in California, with easy access to freeways.

You just know that if this was on 280 or 85, it would be at least $450,000. (A little less if it were on 380.)

Comments (8) -- Posted by: burbed @ 11:23 am

8 Responses to “New California affordable housing – easy access to freeway”

  1. Brendan Says:

    I also noticed the new home has pre-installed urban art! What a steal!

  2. DensityDuck Says:

    Brendan: Yes, I was gonna say, “those are some dedicated taggers!”

  3. sonarrat Says:

    Hollywood Freeway – that’s 101. Then again, today’s San Jose house is about the same distance from 101, it’s just that 101 is more special in San Jose than it is in Los Angeles.

  4. sonarrat Says:

    From the article: “There’s no hard-and-fast rule about how long a house can sit on the side of a freeway.” Reeeeeeeeeeeeeeeally?

  5. SFBubbleBuyer Says:

    My question is… why the hell would anybody want to MOVE that house?

  6. densityduck Says:

    Hey, he paid $650,000 for it! It’s worth a LOT of money!

  7. sonarrat Says:

    If he paid $650,000 for it, then he must have picked it up off of 101 in Sausalito.

  8. Mark Says:

    Brings new meaning to the words “Pit Stop”


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