December 14, 2011

BLACK FRIDAY DEALS: Cheapest House in Cupertino with 8s!

DEALS, DEALS, DEALS!  We got them all over, even in places like Cupertino where families will sell both grandmothers just to get their kids enrolled in these schools.  Best of all, we found an incredible DEAL in Cupertino that has not one but TWO lucky 8s! 

18811 ARATA Way, Cupertino, CA 95014
$600,000

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BEDS: 2
BATHS: 1
SQ. FT.: 814
$/SQ. FT.: $737
LOT SIZE: 5,187 Sq. Ft.
PROPERTY TYPE: Detached Single Family
STORIES: 1
VIEW: Neighborhood
YEAR BUILT: 1952
COMMUNITY: Cupertino
COUNTY: Santa Clara
MLS#: 81145411
SOURCE: MLSListings
STATUS: Active
ON REDFIN: 47 days

Excellent opportunity for first time home buyers and or build your dream home! This homes needs TLC but lots of potential in a neighborhood of million dollar homes. . Excellent Cupertino schools

In a neighborhood of million dollar homes?  Is there any place anywhere in Cupertino that isn’t in a neighborhood of million dollar homes?  Or at least in a neighborhood of potential million dollar homes?  Just because the house backs up to apartments, is a block from a six-lane arterial, a six-lane expressway, and an eight-lane freeway doesn’t mean there aren’t million dollar homes somewhere.

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Also we promised two Lucky 8s, and we delivered.  They aren’t in the asking price, either.  They’re in the street address, so you get to keep them!  Bid this one up to $688,888!

Comments (3) -- Posted by: madhaus @ 4:10 am

3 Responses to “BLACK FRIDAY DEALS: Cheapest House in Cupertino with 8s!”

  1. z2amiller Says:

    To be fair, when this house was listed, it was $628,888. $600K? That is almost Not A Lot Of Money. You could buy it just to have a street address so you could send your kids to Cupertino schools!

  2. ms Says:

    What is up with this Cupertino school fetish?
    Are the schools really that good? What, precisely, makes them such?
    Or is going to them like being able to say you went to Lowell?

  3. DreamT Says:

    #2 – The CUSD fetish will disappear when it no longer exacts a $150k premium on otherwise identical houses in the same zip code


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