April 2, 2013

Beaucoup Bucks in Belmont: Bubble Buyers’ Big Break!

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It’s the second day of the A to Z Blogging Challenge and our readers are already Bored!  So let’s Blow off any more Bitching and proceed to today’s Bodacious Beauty!  Also Bear in mind that B is not only for Burbed, it appears twice therein!

Okay, we swear we won’t Bother Belaboring the Best Blog in the Bay Area!



130401-miller-redfin804 MILLER Ave
Belmont, CA 94002
$1,900,000

2 Beds
1 Baths
1,030 Sq. Ft.
$1,845 / Sq. Ft.
Built: 1926
Lot Size: 4,500 Sq. Ft.
On Redfin: 4 days
Property Type: Detached Single Family
View: Valley
County: San Mateo
Stories: 1
Community: Belmont Country Club
MLS#: 81309791

Approximately 20,000 square feet per county records, made up of 4 beautiful lots with level areas. On one lot, there is a small 2/1 with a detached 2 car garage. See the city to determine the development possibilities of this property. .. possibly 4 new homes! Needs to be sold all as one package.

130401-miller-garage

Note that weasel word: possibly! Possibly 4 new homes! Possibly the most expensive 1000 sf house on 4500 square feet in the history of Belmont real estate sales. Possibly a Big Boost toward Buyer’s Bona fide Bankruptcy.  Inotherwords: Buy and Believe!

Buh-Bye!

Comments (17) -- Posted by: madhaus @ 5:03 am

17 Responses to “Beaucoup Bucks in Belmont: Bubble Buyers’ Big Break!”

  1. DayDreamer Says:

    Bored – blimey no! Bedazzled by brilliant blog – yes!
    But Belmont property turned into 4 beautiful homes? Bit boxy sized I would believe?

  2. DonnieJ Says:

    Good luck getting any permits in either San Carlos or Belmont. I heard both are a nightmare. Really, the sale should come with the permits.

  3. Jb Says:

    Beautiful Belmont! Ok, so slightly off topic but Sunday NYTimes cover of Sunday Review – doom and gloom about economy and this bubble. Interesting read….but mostly that when this one pops, they’ll be no buy or bail outs….makes me wonder if we should just bury our cash in the backyard and be rentatrds instead of owners….(sundown in America is title).

  4. Petsmart groomer Says:

    > Really, the sale should come with the permits.

    You can’t have it all. That’s why it’s so cheap at only $1.9M.

  5. Divasm Says:

    I’ve passed this place many times while on walks with my kids – yet never realized the (deeply) hidden potential!

    Seriously? 4500 square feet? And yes #2, getting a permit in Belmont is a major PITA as well.

    Today somebody has taken their crazy pills…

  6. sfbubblebuyer Says:

    My god. I know it’s ‘B’ day, but how can you not discuss dudes hanging out? Listing photo #4!

  7. nomadic Says:

    #6, it’s “B” day so we should call them Bubba #1 and Bubba #2.

  8. Arlee Bird Says:

    Another very clever entry. If you sell any houses as a result of A to Z let me know. It will be another selling point for the April Challenge!

  9. Vicki Says:

    B = Buyer Beware??

  10. Metalhead Says:

    BBQ in the beautiful woods of Belmont! Gotta love the gas BBQ parked within the trees – talk about an easy way to clear your land.

  11. Damyanti Says:

    This is a very clever way of selling stuff via AZ!
    Damyanti @Daily(w)rite
    Co-host, A to Z Challenge 2013

    Twitter: @AprilA2Z
    #atozchallenge

  12. Donna S Says:

    If my husband wins the lottery, I’m coming to you to buy my dream house / property in San Francisco.

    Donna at Donna’s New Day

  13. madhaus Says:

    How do we tell all these A-Z Bloggers kind enough to stop by that we don’t sell real estate? We just point and laugh at it?

  14. nomadic Says:

    It would be a start if they could manage to read just one day’s entry… Guess they didn’t read the rules of engagement either. If it continues we could compare their intelligence to that of realtard’s.

  15. SEA Says:

    I’m not so sure about those who come here from the A-Z Bloggers…

  16. Jb Says:

    Be courteous towards the curious. Our craziness is compelling and perhaps confusing to the crew of non-Californians…

  17. Dr. Chorillo Says:

    Don’t crack on the real estaters, folks. After all, it takes Brass Balls to sell the stuff.
    Dr. Chorillo


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