March 5, 2012

Close to parks, schools, shopping and easy freeway access!

We still have plenty of fantastic finds from Burbed reader sonarrat to share with you, so let’s see what’s waiting for you in the Campbell neighborhood of sunny San Jose!  Looks like another fine feature from the bank vaults!

3624 MOORPARK Ave
San Jose, CA 95117
$439,900

120303-moorpark-redfin

BEDS: 3
BATHS: 2
SQ. FT.: 1,143
$/SQ. FT.: $385
LOT SIZE: 4,444 Sq. Ft.
PROPERTY TYPE: Detached Single Family
STORIES: 1
VIEW: Neighborhood
YEAR BUILT: 1955
COMMUNITY: Campbell
COUNTY: Santa Clara
MLS#: 81150615
SOURCE: MLSListings
STATUS: Active
ON REDFIN: 78 days

REDUCED PRICE! Spacious home with good layout! Updated kitchen with granite counters, granite island and stainless steel sink and appliances! Hardwood and tiled floors, great backyard for entertaining. Located close to parks, schools, shopping and easy freeway access!

120303-moorpark-livingroomHere’s what sonarrat thought about this house:

location location location – busy street, San Tomas Expressway, and 280.

Wait, don’t you want to admire the, um, interesting choice of paint in the living room?  No?

Okay, then let’s have a good look at that location, then.

120303-moorpark-satellite

Win-win-win!

Comments (9) -- Posted by: madhaus @ 5:06 am

9 Responses to “Close to parks, schools, shopping and easy freeway access!”

  1. The Gilroy Alex Says:

    I’m already seasick from looking at the angle of the house vs. the sidewalk. Subsidence?

  2. Metalhead Says:

    The dual color rooms have to be worth double!

  3. Crissa Says:

    It’s actually really hard to get on the freeway there. But of all the freeway locations, that one is pretty quiet – because the freeway is on a beam about two stories above you with a huge sound wall. Which means quiet, but you get rubber, exhaust and tar dust rained down on you 365… But like I said, impossible to get on the freeway there, and also difficult to get in and out of that street. The nearest onramp is Saratoga, which is gridlocked several times a day.

    Not a home for someone who wants outdoor pets.

  4. Crissa Says:

    Beam? Berm. Ugh.

  5. nomadic Says:

    The realtard deserves a photography prize for this one. The street view looks so much better that I thought it was pointing to the wrong house.

  6. AstroWallaby Says:

    One awesome thing about this house: if you’re at all concerned about the aggregate level of patriotism amongst your neighbors the people living in the house one street over to the East have enough Red White and Blue in their blood to compensate for *several* foreign terrorist cells.

    (Seriously, look at street view and click left a few times. That house and the matching car are local landmarks.)

  7. sfbubblebuyer Says:

    Astro, you have discovered the reasons HOAs were originally implemented. SERIOUSLY overpatriotic.

  8. AstroWallaby Says:

    I thought Single Family HOAs had more to do with an obscure provision of the Clean Water act, but yeah, I can imagine how that display might annoy some people. Some GODLESS COMMUNIST people!

    Personally, I dunno, I’d say owning your house should be your opportunity to fly your freak flag and express your individuality. (Within some sort of reasonable limit.) The real problem is that one guy in every neighborhood for whom “individuality” translates to “Harley Davidson parts, liquor bottles, and old mattresses covering every square inch of dead grass front *and* back”.

  9. Sunny(vale) Jim Says:

    How did they make it exactly 4444 sf?


Leave a Reply

Please be nice. No name calling, no personal attacks, no racist stuff, no baiting, etc. Let's be nice to each other in the true Bay Area spirit! (Comments may be edited/removed without notice.)