Sometimes I forget Burbed had its roots in overpriced horrid housing. Today’s listing reminds us of those humble beginnings that have brought us five years of ridiculously expensive crap. Remember, any neighborhood can have cheaply built housing, but only the Bay Area can boast the most expensive domestic don’ts in the universe.
836 DWIGHT Ave, Sunnyvale, CA 94086
SQ. FT.: 822
$/SQ. FT.: $395
LOT SIZE: 4,000 Sq. Ft.
PROPERTY TYPE: Detached Single Family
YEAR BUILT: 1944
COUNTY: Santa Clara
ON REDFIN: 1 day
NEW LISTING (24 HOURS)
HAVE HAMMER? WILL SAVE. Spruce up this 2 bedroom the heart of Sunnyvale, needs TLC. Bonus room in rear and 2nd bath – permits unknown. Convenient to freeways, shopping, services, and public trans. Possible candidate for renovation financing. Clean up is underway. Corp-owned and sold AS-IS; no warranties or inspections provided by seller.
“Needs TLC” is realtardspeak for about to collapse as soon as a toddler breathes on it. And it’s got permits unknown, your assurance of a good many days in the Sunnyvale Planning Department. No wonder it’s selling AS-IS. No inspections provided by seller, so you don’t have to waste your money on your own. It’s AS-IS, that means, of course it’s got problems, it’s one continuous problem.
Like the “Clean up is underway” comment. I don’t think they meant vacuuming the carpets:
Haven’t we discussed this neighborhood before? Of course we have, this is the Super Fun place! So when they talk clean up, let’s just say that if you want concrete countertops there will probably be plenty left over for that.