November 26, 2007

This Monta Viste Cupertino house has lots of ____

Reports21685 OLIVE AV
Cupertino (Cupertino) 95014
Detached Single Family (Class 1)
Bed/Bath: 3 / 2
SqFt: 1,015
Lot: 5,227 sq ft
Age: –
List Price: $1,040,000
Assoc Fee:
Remarks
MONTA VISTA BUNGALOW*QUIET CULDESAC*ZONED PD (PLANNED DEVELOPMENT)*LIVE IN AND REMODEL OR REBUILD*FLOOR AREA AND SETBACKS LESS RESTRICTIVE THAN R-1* POSSIBLE USE FOR COMMERCIAL PURPOSES OR COMBO COMMERCIAL/RESIDENTIAL*LOTS OF

Oh noes! A cliff hanger! Lots of … ???

Burbed reader Jessica had this to say:

If the red fence outside doesn’t shock you, the green walls inside should do it. When they say “possibly use for commercial”, are they talking about the last picture?

We must look at the interior then!

Indeed! What a curious commercial development! What commercial operation could possibly justify that awesome bathroom and awesome price?  Hm…..

Thanks for the find Jessica!

Comments (7) -- Posted by: burbed @ 5:58 am

7 Responses to “This Monta Viste Cupertino house has lots of ____”

  1. 3rd Generation Says:

    Updated bathroon and Pride of Ownership throughout…
    Garbage. Another dump. Raise Turkeys in backyard.

  2. BubblyRE Says:

    They just ran out of space, but in their sweet hearts they meant
    “has lots of wonderful visual experiences to offer color blind or otherwise visually impaired buyers with money to throw”

  3. et_tu_alt_a? Says:

    It should have read “lots of gall to market at over a million” but then the realtor realized that wasn’t a great sales pitch and did a careless edit of the sentence.

  4. sonarrat Says:

    Hmm, decommissioned train tracks. I think that’s from the same right of way the VTA bought to extend the light-rail to the Winchester station in Campbell.

  5. Malcolm Says:

    What’s sad is prices are still going up in the Bay Area.

    Are people here truly this stupid? I mean honestly. I thought I was supposed to be surrounded by intellectuals. Yet they continuously dive into these holes in the wall just for the sake of “owning” something.

  6. ex-sunnyvale-renter Says:

    Hmm, brothel …..

    It’s hard to say, you’d have to do some research and work some numbers, whether a brothel’s the best return on your money, or crack house, meth lab, safe-house for Chinese and Irani agents, or what.

  7. Robert Says:

    Uh, those railroad tracks aren’t decommissioned. They’re used daily to deliver coal to the Hansen (formerly Kaiser) cement plant, and ship cement. It’s the same right-of-way as the tracks from San Jose to Campbell and Winchester, but they’re using different parallel railroad tracks.

    Kind of amazing to find an industry *making* things in the Valley, huh?

    Robert


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