Yesterday’s featured listing got a warm burbed welcome, especially from Ted O’Malley. So let’s spend another day in central Sunnyvale!
801 Birch Ave, Sunnyvale, CA 94086
Sq. Ft.: 770
$/Sq. Ft.: $480
Lot Size: 5,000 Sq. Ft.
Property Type: Detached Single Family
Year Built: 1944
County: Santa Clara
On Redfin: 1 day
New Listing (24 hours)
Bank Owned!!! Rehabbed!!! Maintained 2 Bedroom, 1 Bath with spacious driveway and plenty street parking space. New Interior paint and New Carpet. Updated Kitchen and bath with granite counter tops and tile flooring. Hardwood floors, dual pane windows and a good size deck to entertain guest!!! A Must See!!!
So much to say about this New Listing. A good size deck to entertain one guest. Would that be a double pinochle deck? Those have 98 cards. Double pinochle, what does this mean?
I especially like the exclamation points in the copy after the terms “bank-owned” and rehabbed,” two terms not usually associated with realty gushing. Does it have stainless steel appliances to go with the hardwood floors and “granite counter tops”? That’s gotta cause an REO trifecta.
Also, you can’t beat the location, location, location of this place! Not only is there a street sign right in front of your house so you won’t get lost, it’s in a great neighborhood! Just take a look!
Convenient to so many places, like Central Expressway, Fair Oaks Avenue, and a really expensive place right across the street! Wow, not every house gets a view like this one! This is an historic property that you’ll get to admire every time you leave your house. Formerly the Joshua Hendy Ironworks (built right after the 1906 SF Earthquake, thus even older than yesterday’s house!), it was acquired by Westinghouse in 1946.
And it is a super view, because all 75 acres qualify as a Superfund site. A few thousand gallons of PCB-laced oil in the aquifer won’t hurt anybody. Plus it’s now an operating Northrop-Grumman Marine Systems plant, so you could nip across the street and see if they need any spare crane operators. Alternatively you could sneak a few of their Trident II Launch subsystems under your sweater and sell them to any Russian spies you meet at the nearby Home Depot.
Be sure to admire the low-maintenance back yard! The agent’s pictures truly don’t do it justice. You have to see the whole place at once to appreciate the benefits of paving every square foot. For one, the PCBs will stay in the ground where they belong!