December 9, 2009

Hard to find property in Cupertino

10048 ORANGE Ave, Cupertino, CA 95014 | MLS# 80951235
$1,148,888
10048 ORANGE Ave Cupertino, CA 95014

10048
Beds: 2
Baths: 2
Sq. Ft.: 2,200
$/Sq. Ft.: $522
Lot Size: 3,049 Sq. Ft.
Property Type: Detached Single Family
Style: Modern/High Tech, Contemporary
Stories: 2
View: Neighborhood
Year Built: 2009
Community: Cupertino
County: Santa Clara
MLS#: 80951235
Source: MLSListings
Status: Active This listing is for sale and the sellers are accepting offers.
On Redfin: 30 days
Hard to find property. Absolutely gorgeous new Construction home with Possible income property attached. Live and work in the same property. Mixed used building with everything imaginable. Stunning executive living above with ample storage and business/ office space below. Seperate entrances for both. Featuring top schools, high ceilings, gourmet kitchen, stainless steal appliances, wired & more!

Wow, this house has top schools and high ceilings! And how about those appliances, they’re a steal! ha ha ha.

I like that it has a little retail section at the bottom

10048a

Just think of all the creative things you could do with this space! Personally, I would use it to open a place to buy tickets to take tours of the house!

But… one challenge is that it may be hard to find property, as the listing says. I means, sure it’s right off Stevens Creek Blvd, but still… perhaps you’d want a house to be on SCB so that you can show off your pride of ownership to everyone.

BTW, you heard it here first… SCB – Stevens Creek Blvd!

Comments (22) -- Posted by: burbed @ 5:19 am

22 Responses to “Hard to find property in Cupertino”

  1. nomadic Says:

    Launching your start-up in a garage is so yesterday – today’s moguls need work/live space to unleash their creative juices.

    You could take your huge bags of cash off of the sidelines, mortgage this property to the hilt and use the money for the start-up! Win/win: home ownership AND the prestigious title of Founder/President!

  2. burbed Says:

    And we’re back.

  3. nomadic Says:

    good job, burbed. The site was flaky yesterday too.

  4. Visitor1 Says:

    Is now a good time to buy in Cupertino?

  5. SmilingCat Says:

    Hard to find because all the houses look the same in Cuptertino.

  6. burbed Says:

    Just to set your expectations, this site is probably going to be flakey for the rest of the week.

    I’m tweaking some settings on the host to reduce costs.

  7. mike Says:

    > Is now a good time to buy in Cupertino?

    Dear, poor novice real estater.

    It’s always a good time to buy in Cupertino!!!

  8. Herve Estater Says:

    > I’m tweaking some settings on the host to reduce costs.

    A few ideas:
    – add giant banner asking for donations (like Wikipedia’s), or at least make donations link more visible
    – make burbed a nonprofit organization
    – double donation amounts (why ask for $300 when you can ask for $600?)
    – forget what I just said, ask for $888
    – get your company to match donations made to burbed

  9. DreamT Says:

    have someone pay you for the privilege to post main articles :)

  10. Herve Estater Says:

    > have someone pay you for the privilege to post main articles

    Are you kidding? How many “Herve weeks” have there been? If anything, burbed should pay me ;-)

  11. nomadic Says:

    How many “Herve weeks” have there been?

    Okay, submit articles four days (for a fee), get the fifth free!

  12. burbed Says:

    If anyone wants to write up a “main post” for an upcoming sunday (when the posts are most random), do let me know.

    Oh heck, just write it and email it to me.

  13. DreamT Says:

    but how much do we owe you if you decide to publish? I’m on a tight budget…

  14. Pralay Says:

    Is plagiarism allowed? If so, I would like to write about “on-going party”. What fun!

  15. Real Estater Says:

    I’d love to see a fictitious story about Pralay’s open-house visits adventure.

  16. DreamT Says:

    It’ll be hard to beat this

  17. Pralay Says:

    add giant banner asking for donations (like Wikipedia’s), or at least make donations link more visible
    —–

    He just need to change his existing banners.

    1. Exploring Housing 3.0….with reduced cost on hosting (shaking down guests).
    2. Forget stock options….just give me a house donation!
    3. Buy Donate now or be priced out FOREVER!
    4. It’s special here in Burbed. Unlike any other place (not even RBA). Don’t forget to pay premium.
    5. Houses are safer than mutual funds…Donating Burbed is even safer. Burbed is not going to ask your SSN or report to Homeland Security.
    6. They are not making any more land…But you can definitely make donation.
    7. Affordability does not matter anymore…Donate as much you can (send me a blank check if you want to).
    8. If you bought in 2000, you’d be rich. If you did, share your equity. If you didn’t, skip your landlord for one month and send me the check.
    9. Now’s a great time to buy or sell a home donate!

    Lastly,
    10. Renting is just throwing money away. Throw some money on Burbed too.

  18. Pralay Says:

    - make burbed a nonprofit organization
    —–

    In addition, his blog needs picture of engraved brick for each donor. Money will start flowing.

  19. anon Says:

    “I’d love to see a fictitious story about Pralay’s open-house visits adventure.”

    Would you? Would you like to know that you’re the only one on this forum who values their free time so little that they willingly talk to realtors and other home buyers?

  20. Pralay Says:

    It’ll be hard to beat this
    —-

    My personal favorite is millionaire home builder’s sister and “certain qualifications” for 94301.

  21. anon Says:

    “10. Renting is just throwing money away. Throw some money on Burbed too.”

    I am reminded of the “Buy one WTF – It’s only money.” pic over on IHB…

  22. Pralay Says:

    I’d love to see a fictitious story about Pralay’s open-house visits adventure.
    —–

    It would be like this:

    RealEstater is attending an open house, walking distance from University Ave. Not a single visitor in whole day. Couple of phones calls but nothing encouraging. Getting bored, RealEstater starts Burbed-ing on his notebook. Suddenly an Indian guy shows up. It seems he is in hurry.
    “Good afternoon! How are you?”, greets RealEstater.
    “Where is the restroom?”, the guy asks.
    “You should see the remodeled kitchen with granite countertop first.”, says RealEstater.
    The guy does not wait. He goes strait to restroom. From side he says “Food in Zoya is so bad!”


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