Some of our featured properties made it to the front page because the photos are full of curb appeal. As in a “Peel out from the curb, NOT buying that house.” Some are here because the price just makes your eyes pop out. Today’s house has the best features of both, and you know that when we say “best” we mean the exact opposite of “best.”
Many thanks to Burbed reader Tracy Tea House, for finding an abode on an aristocratic avenue.
6107 Countess Drive
San Jose CA 95129
Reduced $37,000 on 11/11/12
19 days on Trulia
Property type: Single-Family Home
Size: Ask agent
Lot: Ask agent
Price/sqft: Ask agent
Year built: Ask agent
Neighborhood: West Valley, 95129
Provided by: Help-U-Sell Corporate
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Listing agent: Adalberto Gonzalez
Broker: Tito Gonzalez
Highly Desirable Location & Part Of The Cupertino Union School District With API Scores 943+ (Muir, Miller & Lynbrook). Great Layout And Extra Permitted 432sq Enclosed Bonus Room. Large Yard With Mature Trees. This Home Is Ready For A New Chapter In Home Ownership. Buyer To Verify Square Footage & Permits. Open House 11/03 & 11/04 from 11:00-3:00pm. Not A Distressed Sale. Come See! ****MLS# 81239614***
Here’s why Tracy nominated today’s featured listing:
This house may not be distressed, but these pictures made me depressed. And the PRICE! Campbell schools really driving the price of this house up. The pictures are so gloomy and really, three of one tree? Is it rare? On the plus side, I do love developments with royal names.
Ahem, don’t you go hating on Cupertino schools by confusing them with Campbell. The listing even makes a point of naming them (and their test results).
And there’s not just three pictures of one tree, but this interior shot (above) of the living or family room is the only glance you’re going to get inside, and they provided 11 photos. That means you’ll see plenty of trees. Or of the same tree. There are also two pictures of The Right Honorable Countess of Drive, so have a gander at Your Ladyship.
Using Help-U-Sell means the “agent” isn’t going to tell you squat, but a quick glance over at Redfin provides the missing info. (1808 sf, 6099 sf lot, $663/sf, built in 1961. Was that so hard?) Guess they have a different understanding of that word “Help” in “Help-U-Sell” as they didn’t even put the MLS number in the Trulia listing (81239614).
That’s the much-photographed tree at right. Since it gives us a glimpse at the back of the house we chose that elevation.
Even though this is Not A Distressed Sale, we’re thinking that New Chapter in Home Ownership is Lucky Number 7.