Here’s a find in the East Hills of San Jose, in Almost-But-Not-Quite-Evergreen. Thanks very much to Burbed reader Tracy Tea House for this disappearing domicile. Yes, disappearing, the listing went Pending-Do Not Show the day we wrote this and we had to search for it on literally SEVEN different real estate sites until we found one that hadn’t pulled the pix fast enough. Today’s Thank-goodness-somebody-out-there-is-lazy real estate website is SAWBUCK.
3157 Markwood Court
San Jose, CA 95148
Bedrooms : 5
Bathrooms : 3
Lot Size : 0.29 ac
Finished Sq Ft : 2,253 sq. ft.
Type : Detached Single Family
Style : Traditional
Year Built : 1976
Subdivision : Evergreen
Stories : 2
MLS# : 81220317
WalkScore™ : 38 (Car-Dependent)
Diamond in a rough. Good location, near schools, EastRidge Mall. No warranty on Swimming pool/spa. Big lot. Two separate storages with no permit at rear. A lot of potential for this property. As-is sale.
Not only does it have the favorite phrase Diamond in the rough.” The pictures are “works of art.” From the sideways one, the stairway cage or the coiled hose… Classic… especially the non-warrantied swimming pool.
Humm I wonder what is
wrong right with it??
That’s “Diamond in A rough” not “diamond in THE rough.” Perhaps they left a word or two out after rough.
Tracy also notes that the listing copy used to end with “Price reflect deferred maintenance on property.” instead of the current “As-is sale.” We’ve added both the as-is and needs work tags.
The pictures, all of them. are indeed works of art, if by “art” we actually mean “seriously, WTF?” We’ve got every one of them for you (in case Sawbuck feels the need to abide by MLS rules) after the break.
Because you can never have enough Stairway.
We love the one of the kitchen. It would make an excellent perspective drawing exercise, where the real trick is to not make the part behind the counter look like it’s an image on a giant-ass flatscreen.
Okay, everybody in the pool!