January 7, 2012

Reduce your footprint with this house!

1102 HOLLYBURNE Ave
Menlo Park, CA 94025

$319,500

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These the rage is all about reducing your footprint on the earth. Well, this house takes it to the next level. Look at how much this house achieves in just a 2,744 square foot lot. Wowsers!

It’s unclear how many square feet this house is… but let’s just say that all your furniture better be kind of skinny. You’ll also need a really really really flat and thin screen tv or it might not fit at all.

Take that Japanese Pencil Buildings! We’re coming after you!

Comments (12) -- Posted by: burbed @ 5:23 am

12 Responses to “Reduce your footprint with this house!”

  1. z2amiller Says:

    Wow, 2800 sqft corner lot (MAXIMUM SETBACK ACTION), views of 101 from your second floor windows (higher than the soundwall?) *AND* Ravenswood school district, this house has everything.

  2. SEA Says:

    “TFT NO FAOULT OF PROPERTY”

    Yea, the ‘faoult’ is likely with the seller, not this doubled stacked single wide.

  3. nomadic Says:

    There are some seriously wonky wall angles in their photography. Almost like part of the house is in another dimension.

  4. Petsmart groomer Says:

    > near FACEBOOK campus

    Great selling point. Totally the kind of house Facebook employees will snatch after the IPO.

  5. madhaus Says:

    All the prestige of a Menlo Park address, all the excitement of an East Palo Alto lifestyle. For this you should pay Palo Alto pricing.

  6. Divasm Says:

    Wow, such a deal to get into the coveted “East of 101″ neighborhood. Does the development area really have no other name? And really, shouldn’t the realtard’s text just read, “FACEBOOK. ’nuff said.”

  7. Mole Man Says:

    And it’s right near the Pentacostal Church! You know how hard it can be to find a good group of Pentacostals to worship with in a liberal community like the Peninsula. The unsaved people don’t own any real estate!

  8. madhaus Says:

    How many of you clicked that link to Japanese Pencil Buildings? That is an amazing blast from the past. Seriously, check it out. Come for the pencil buildings, stay for the Japanese schadenfreude.

    It’s for devious little gems like this that I know I can never replace burbed, only try to keep this place going to the best of my limited ability.

  9. nomadic Says:

    I remember reading that article about Japan 3-4 years ago. It agrees with the Republicans: deregulation is the answer! (In spite of it being the source of the problem.)

  10. madhaus Says:

    nomadic, why do you hate America so much?

  11. nomadic Says:

    LOL, you’re the one who was pushing the article. ;-)

  12. SEA Says:

    I love America–there’s always an opportunity to make money from other people’s greed.


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