March 22, 2013

Great 3 BR/1 BA home with Tall ceilings! (Buyer to verify)

Who’s priced out forever, and getting more priced out by the minute in Bay Area Bubble 4.0?  Not you! Not when you check out this completely affordable home in Oakmmphf CLOSE TO SAN FRANCISCO. Heck, you could pick up this sweet little lodging on your way home from the grocery store.  Well, you could if there were a grocery store anywhere near it.

130321-85th-redfinUndisclosed Address
Oakland, CA 94621
$133,000

2 Beds
1 Baths
997 Sq. Ft.
$133 / Sq. Ft.
Built: 1905
Lot Size: 3,200 Sq. Ft.
On Redfin: 4 days
Type: Detached
Stories: 1
County: Alameda
Style: Victorian
Community: E Oakland
MLS#: 40607349

Great 3 bedroom / 1 bath home with Tall ceilings! (Public records 2bd/1ba buyer to verify all property information) Spacious family room. Large eat-in kitchen w/ tile flooring. Spacious bath with tiled flooring. Homepath and Homeapth Renovation Approved!

Again with the undisclosed addresses?  Burbed laughs at the idea and discloses them.  We know how to use… teh Google!

130321-85th-joenangela2070 85TH AVE
OAKLAND, CA 94621
$133,000

Single Res | 2 beds | 1 baths | 997 sq. ft. | 3200 acres | 17 days on market | MLS# 40607349
Active
Price : $133,000
Bathrooms : 1
130321-85th-toiletList Date : 03/04/2013
Approx Square Feet : 997
Listed Days Back : 17
Price per sq. ft : $133
County : Alameda
Approx Lot Feet : 3200
Location : 2070 85TH AVE, OAKLAND, CA 94621
Approx Lot Acres : 0.073
MLS# : 40607349
Approx age : 108
Status : New-REO
Homeowner`s Association Fee : -1 / n/a

Anyone know the difference between Homepath and Homeapth Renovation? Don’t ask Redfin. This is below their minimum commission.

Comments (11) -- Posted by: madhaus @ 5:02 am

11 Responses to “Great 3 BR/1 BA home with Tall ceilings! (Buyer to verify)”

  1. SEA Says:

    “Homepath and Homeapth Renovation”

    Sometimes one is not enough.

  2. Peninsula Guy Says:

    Is that a negative HOA fee? It would need to be a lot more (less?) to get me to live there.

  3. DonnieJ Says:

    First sign it’s a great location is when the property two doors down has a billboard on it’s roof.

  4. sonarrat Says:

    Looks kind of cute, OK, I know it’s Deep East Oakland but it’s pockety and this doesn’t look too bad.. then you get down to 2043 85th Ave. Pass.

  5. Dewane Says:

    I want the thumbs back, SEA’s comment made me laugh!

    Yeah I live (rentard) in the beautiful Laurel of Oakland and there are bargains to be had here, still. Some places around Seminary are nice, not quite the hills, but not quite the flatlands either. The neighborhoods could go either way and Oakland’s quality of life can only go up. However, looking at the geology around here, it’s quite overdue for an earthquake.

    But the flatlands? 85th Ave and down, really about 55th and down, not so much.

  6. AstroWallaby Says:

    Whatever a Homoeopath Renovation is I imagine it requires copious amounts of magic water. Is that where the term “sweat equity” comes from?

  7. nomadic Says:

    Is everybody lazy or is teh Goog broken in CA?
    http://www.homepath.com

    It’s Fannie Mae’s foreclosure website. Special financing is available for the houses.

  8. Metalhead Says:

    Approximate age (on realtor’s web site) – 108 years. A classic! You can have a vintage home and also do a little homeopath renovation. Might as well pick up the house and move it to Berkeley.

  9. wahnny Says:

    #7, nice find! Only a few SFHs in SCC remain!

  10. AstroWallaby Says:

    (#7: Psssst: The joke was the realtor’s misspelling of “homepath” as “homeapth” after spelling it correctly in the same sentence.

    Maybe the “apth” was actually the sound the realtor made after the stray bullet let part of the sentence escape through a sucking chest wound instead of their mouth. This is Oakland, after all.)

  11. sfbubblebuyer Says:

    No, it was typical realtor truncation of homeapathy. As in, if you see this home, the best reaction you will have is apathy. The other end of the spectrum, is homeohHELLno.


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