Here’s a great find by Burbed reader sfbubblebuyer, from the comments. Usually we prefer that you send listings to us so everyone can enjoy discovering it together, but sometimes a shared find is so notable, so amazing, so completely without any value to a buyer but lots of value to a reader, it deserves the full Burbed treatment. And there’s plenty to note here!
SQ. FT.: 1,614
$/SQ. FT.: $527
LOT SIZE: 7,875 Sq. Ft.
PROPERTY TYPE: Detached Single Family
Neighborhood YEAR BUILT: 1956
COMMUNITY: Green Gables
COUNTY: Santa Clara
ON REDFIN: 5 days
beautiful eichler home * Great value * Backs to the exit from 101 to Embarcadero. Make offer subject to inspection please. ..
Here’s what sfbubblebuyer had to say about this “beautiful eichler home.” It was not “* Great value *”
If they’re going to drop a deuce like that on us, they should at least PRICE it like a PA deuce.
This isn’t a deuce, sfbb! This one is at least an eight, as in I sure would eight to live here! Wow, complete with an exit ramp? I can’t wait to submit my overbid.
All those lines, the wall, the ceiling, the radiator, the fence… it’s a perspective exercise from hell. Agent must have flunked out of art school.
You know who else didn’t finish art school? That’s right! HITLER!
…the drawers, the tiles, the transoms, make it stop, I’ll tell you where the secret codes are kept, I’ll confess anything you want…
Did this agent not take Real Estate Photography for Dummies* and Why You Should Never Photograph Outside When Sun Is High?
Plus a US Mailbox, conveniently located right in the backyard!
*But I repeat myself.
Whoa. That carpet, so suggestive of Bermuda. If Bermuda’s waters were cut on 90 degree angles and careless aligned. And what’s with the sky in these pictures? Did someone take a 2 hour Real Estate Photography and How to Use Photoshop to Make That Sale instead of the full 16 hour series?
Rather nice of them to show us the pool without the Bermuda carpet. Everybody in!
Ah, blissful summer days, playing Marco Polo until the all the ponies drowned.
Seeing the pool like this sure gives you a whole new perspective on the pleasures of owning one.
I think this last photo is my favorite. Note clever product placement in foreground.
You know what? This house isn’t a deuce and it an eight either. This is a Jack!
As in, would somebody please take a Jackhammer to this place?