Yet another terrific find came up in comments. Our thanks to Burbed reader Tuno for finding this… indescribable property, where thought, labor and love… couldn’t come up with a copywriter who could pass high school English.
2544 Butch Dr, Gilroy, CA 95020
SQ. FT.: 10,300
$/SQ. FT.: $485
LOT SIZE: 10.21 Acres
PROPERTY TYPE: Detached Single Family
VIEW: Mountains, Valley, City Lights
YEAR BUILT: 1991
COMMUNITY: Morgan Hill/Gilroy/San Martin
COUNTY: Santa Clara
ON REDFIN: 19 days
TASTEFUL ELEGANCE & QUALITY BEST DESCRIBE THIS TRULY UNRIVALED ESTATE SETTING!YEARS WERE EXSPENDED WITH THOUGHT, LABOR & LOVE TO COMPLETE THIS OWNERS VISION OF THE ULTIMATE EQUESTRIAN ESTATE * OVER 10,000SF OF LUXURY LIVING W ATTCHED AU PAIR QRT * OVER A MILLION $ RECENTLY INVESTED IN A RESORT LIKE OAIS W CUSTOM POOL & OUTDOOR KITCHEN * ADJOINING 10AC PARCEL BOASTS A 1ST CLASS EQUESTRIAN FACILITY W 8STALL
Here’s what Tuno had to say about this, um, listing:
pretty incredible, esp. for Gilroy
Then Burbed reader nomadic nails it:
The first pic look straight out of a Shrek cartoon.
As featured in the most recent Thomas Kinkade, Painter of Light, gallery tour of East Tracy. I think that means he doesn’t use very much paint. Like just one coat.
Maybe the exterior is by Kinkade, but this staircase at right was obviously designed by M.C. Escher. They could have used something like this in Inception to keep the assassins from finding them so fast. Also wouldn’t it be great to see a freight train knock down that statue?
Oh dear, is that… our first sighting of… that hallmark of CLASS and KULCHUCH? It’s hiding in the back left.
No I must have imagined it. Nothing but overdone French provincial dining set, probably not even included with the house.
YESSSSS!!!!!!! MAWBUL KAWLUMS!!!!! FTW!!!!
A sky you can’t believe in. They must have had Kinkade paint that too.
The horse facility is actually better than most of the houses we feature, although that really isn’t saying much. W 8STALL. But remember, this is on the ADJOINING 10AC PARCEL.
All set to put in a vineyard… as long as you can come up with about four million acre feet of water. And once you do, then you’ll have your RESORT LIKE OAIS.