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Burbed reader mabel du has graciously sent in a real estate find, complete with a very appropriate set of commentary. That means mabel du is today’s Guest Blogger, so we’re going back to bed. Please give mabel du a big, warm, Real Bay Area welcome with this guest post: a hella-fine hacienda in Half Moon Bay. And somebody, please get this blogger a keyboard that includes a SHIFT key.
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337 Mirada Rd
Half Moon Bay, CA 94019
For Sale $3,375,000
Est. Mortgage $11,733/mo
Lot: 7,840 sq ft / 0.18 acres
Type: Multi Family
Year built: 1993
On Zillow: 59 days
MLS #: 81228527
County: San Mateo
Elementary school: El Granada Elementary School
High school: Half Moon Bay High School
Legal description: —
Neighborhood name: Miramar City of Naples
Parcel #: —
Per floor sqft: 5,200
Zillow Home ID: 2130285115
Break away from the crowd and live your dream. Work and live on the ocean while minutes from town. Unobstructed ocean view, private mixed-use building. first floor for retail, second floor for large work space. third floor portion of 200 sqft offers 180 degree ocean and white sand beach views. 2 beds, 2 baths, with state of the art kitchen.
and now, for something completely different. as in, not in Mountain View (still the reigning center of the universe).
someone’s been trying to unload this fortress/prison/ugly thang for 4 years, and have run through a few realtors in their misguided attempt to make a profit in a declining market. i hear concrete prices are way up; might make more sense to try that route instead of the overpriced beach fortress with a view.
nice views? yep. nice house? not so much.
sold in 2005 for $3.1 mill at the top of the market. i’m sure the current owner is completely confused as to why this concrete monster hasn’t sold for a profit – in the past 4 years of listings.
redfin – Special pictures
check out pic #20 – hello mr. chair! thanks to realtor elizabeth for providing a picture of a chair. now THAT makes me want to drop $3.4 mil on this concrete blob.
pic# 23 – is that another shot of lonely mr. chair? (That’s the deck photo right above the Price History —ed.)
wait a sec, mr. chair found himself a mrs., and they both pop up in random inside (pic #18) and outside shots. nice staging (i.e. cheap)…
poor mr. chair has been running laps in that place.