Today we’re headed back to Cupertino, the land of million dollar tract homes. This may not be the least expensive house in Cupertino, but it won’t cost you a million. Best of all, admission to the art show is completely free!
Thanks very much to Burbed reader Tracy for sharing this set of museum-quality photos! (Although please note I did not say what kind of museum they belong in.)
SQ. FT.: 1,562
$/SQ. FT.: $416
LOT SIZE: 5,643 Sq. Ft.
PROPERTY TYPE: Detached Single Family
YEAR BUILT: 1952
COUNTY: Santa Clara
ON REDFIN: 84 days
Charming, updated Cupertino home. Upgraded kitchen, Maple cabinets, Granite countertops, Laminate and tile flooring, Dual pane windows, Walk-in closet. Top Cupertino Schools. Close to shopping, schools, parks.
Another in my “best photographers of real estate” series. House must have a bad roof line. Or the artist just likes to frame his/her pictures in the bottom ¾ again. I really like the old fashion stereo shot. Also features room corners.
There are so many winners in this collection that it’s quite difficult to choose a favorite, but I would have to say mine is “Small sink next to cropped out commode completely blocking access to the shower.”
What’s your favorite image? I’ve included a few more compositions for you to mull over, but be sure to admire the entire oeuvre over at the Redfin Gallery.
But before heading over to the photography display, why not consider checking out the house? The Redfin agent did so… eight different times. He must really have a thing for art shots.
Maybe nines do well in selling art photography, but if the agent wants to sell the house, they’d better start looking for some eights. So far, only the Redfin agent found any.