December 3, 2012

Let’s Return to our Holiday Shopping — in Sonoma County!

121122-blackfridaySo here’s the DEAL, the DEALS, yes we still have DEALS for you. Black Friday Deals are back!

We’re scouring the Bay Area for the cheapest houses out there! Today we’re taking a good look at Sonoma County, to find the absolutely, positively cheapest, least expensive, smallest asking price house for sale.

 

121202-first-redfin71 1st St
Camp Meeker, CA 95419
$100,000

2 Beds
2 Baths
1,040 Sq. Ft.
$96 / Sq. Ft.
Built: 1920
Lot Size: 1,307 Sq. Ft.
On Redfin: 13 days
Status: Active
Property Type: Residential, Detached, Single Family
Community: Sebastopol
MLS#: 21226308
Stories: 1
County: Sonoma

2 bed 2 bath house

The good news: This house is barely sporting a six-digit pricetag!  Plus the agent took more than one photo!

121202-first-kitchenThe bad news: Is that moss growing on the roof?

The interior photography is intriguing.  It appears this agent is doing whatever is possible to not include a single square inch of the floor in any shot, which means most of them tend to show ceiling.

Lots and lots of ceiling.  This view of the kitchen only shows a little, but for this vintage stove, plus the solo wall-mount cabinet unit, along with the distressed treatment of the door, we could not resist.

And you could not resist this price. Sure, the house has a FAR of 0.796, but what do you want for just one homeowner spending unit?

Comments (3) -- Posted by: madhaus @ 5:09 am

3 Responses to “Let’s Return to our Holiday Shopping — in Sonoma County!”

  1. KikiSC Says:

    I just love the square footage to lot size ratio! It’s a true California property. To think they were overbuilding on the lots back in 1920. Visionary.

  2. Tom Paine Says:

    It’s the Russian River area, not much buildable land that doesn’t flood every year. And yes, that’s moss on the roof. People head up to the area in August and September and love how cool and refreshing it is. They don’t usually wonder why all the roofs (And sometimes all four exterior walls) are covered in moss…

  3. nomadic Says:

    If anyone wants somewhere dark and damp to live without driving all the way up north, try some of the little valleys in the Almaden area. This time of year, it gets dark an hour earlier than in San Jose and the cold just sits there between the hills. It’s great for ducks and Hobbits.


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