June 14, 2010

Amazingly affordable house in South San Francisco

$399,000

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Beds: 2
Baths: 1
Sq. Ft.: 750
$/Sq. Ft.: $532
Lot Size: -
Property Type: Detached, Full, Single-Family Home
Style: Bungalow
Year Built: 1941
Community: South San Francisco
County: San Mateo
MLS#: 366712
Source: San Francisco MLS
Status: Active This listing is for sale and the sellers are accepting offers.
On Redfin: 94 days
Very nice and clean starter home. Remodeled kitchen w/ granite countertop. Living/Dining combination. Newer roof. Location, Location, Location. Not a short sale. Not an REO. Will close in time for someone looking for tax credit. In very good move-in condition.
Frankly, I’m a little perplexed as to what’s going on here. Now, sure… I’ll believe that this is remodeled and its in very good move-in condition… after all, the realtor said so, so it must be true. Unlike others, I don’t need to trust, but verify when it comes to dealing with a C.A.R.
But what’s going on with that fence. Is that little green plot of land yours? Is it the neighbor’s? Did they blitzkrieg the property to take over that portion? And why do the photos emphasize this mystery more than anything else?
Let’s face it… it’s a great deal. And just $532 per square foot to boot. But the fence thing is strange strange strange.
The mind boggles.
Comments (11) -- Posted by: burbed @ 5:52 am

11 Responses to “Amazingly affordable house in South San Francisco”

  1. sonarrat Says:

    The fence continues along the sidewalk to the side of the neighbor’s house. Hilarious, but with a 2,325 square foot lot, every inch counts!

    65 Randolph next door sold for $275,000 in December, and it’s bigger. I suppose the $8000 tax credit has a multiplier effect!

  2. maryjane Says:

    It’s a beautifully landscaped yard and you want to keep the pit bulls from peeing on the expensive shrubbery.

  3. SEA Says:

    “Very nice and clean starter home. Remodeled kitchen w/ granite countertop.”

    Starter home with granite countertop? Granite countertop inside, but the laundry is in the garage.

    “Not a short sale. Not an REO.”

    How much extra is that worth? I’m not really sure, but is this a secret message that this place is supposedly located in the RBA?

    “Will close in time for someone looking for tax credit.”

    Backdate documents, maybe?

  4. Petsmart groomer Says:

    Even more amazingly affordable now: $378K.

  5. nomadic Says:

    I was thinking along the same lines as maryjane, except I figured the fence was to keep the pit bulls in the front yard where they can intimidate anyone thinking about ringing the doorbell. That might even explain why the realtard didn’t go inside to take any pictures.

  6. DreamT Says:

    so, the front year isn’t an outdoor day care after all?

  7. DreamT Says:

    lol – correction: the front yard.

  8. madhaus Says:

    Daycare. With pit bulls. *Nobody* is kidnapping those kids.

    When was SSF “The Industrial City” ever in the RBA?

  9. SEA Says:

    madhaus- You buy SSF today hoping that it will be in the RBA when you sell. The worst-case is buying in the RBA and selling outside of the RBA.

  10. Alex Says:

    Daycare. With pit bulls. *Nobody* is kidnapping those kids.

    That’s assuming there’s any kid to nap after the pit bulls are done mauling them.

  11. WillowGlenner Says:

    I think a lot of cities are outlawing chain link fences in the zoning codes now.


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