August 13, 2012

What’s the sweetest house in Sunnyvale?

Sunnyvale, CA 94087


This house has all the most important buzzwords: FruitTrees™, VeggieGarden™, and GourmetKitchen™. Isn’t this house SuperAwesome™ and so VerySpecial™?

But the most important part? It’s currently the highest $ per square foot in Sunnyvale. $708! And it’s been on the market for 10 days – so tomorrow it will be sold.

Nectarine – thou are so sweet. The Real Bay Area is back baaaaaaaaaaaaaby!

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

12 Responses to “What’s the sweetest house in Sunnyvale?”

  1. SEA Says:

    Very nice tree in photo #7.

  2. madhaus Says:

    All this without CupertinoSchools too. Talk about BrazenChutzpah.

  3. magdalena Says:

    SEA –

    Who needs a fridge when you can get fruit fresh from the tree?

  4. Divasm Says:

    With all that greenery in the Realtard text, I thought the backyard was a veritable cornucopia – a jungle of edible treats one would need a machete to navigate. I don’t even see any veggies, just a bunch of bricks.

    #2, the high school is Homestead, so since the “Steves” went there maybe it’s supposed to raise the price by another $100K? RBApple markup, dontcha know!

  5. The Gilroy Alex Says:

    The fresh fruit on the tree thing works around here (gilroy), when it’s in season.

    Ultimately though it’s a lot of work and very few baths in exchange for eating fruit and veggies that are not as good as you can get at a farmer’s market which they have up in Sunnyvale (but not here).

    Who’s buying these houses? Foreigners with suitcases full of cash?

  6. nomadic Says:

    Shouldn’t the phrase “exquisitely remodeled” be reserved for when the remodel has been completed in the last few years? Sure the house looks nice, but the bathrooms are pretty dated.

  7. Jb Says:

    $708 – ok then — predictions please – will things stay crazy thru November? Will interest rates go up after the election? we are selling then buying (we hope) – not RBA – east bay – thoughts?

  8. SEA Says:

    “we are selling then buying (we hope) – not RBA – east bay – thoughts?”

    You’re about 6 years late at selling. And by not buying RBA, you’re risk is very high.

    As far as how long will things stay crazy, my prediction is simple: As soon as rates go up, things will get very crazy!

  9. herpderp Says:

    It’s a nice house, but not $708/sqft nice.

  10. Crissa Says:

    Things never stay crazy through November.

  11. Crissa Says:

    …Rates aren’t going up. Inflation has to break 5% first.

  12. madhaus Says:

    #11, you say that like it hasn’t broken 5%.

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