August 18, 2014

House in Cambrian Park with free street art

3224 KILO Ave
San Jose, CA 95124
$820,000 Price 
4 Beds 
3 Baths  1,860 Sq. Ft.
$441 / Sq. Ft.
Built: 1954 Lot Size: 5,100 Sq. Ft. On Redfin: 4 days Status: Active

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Bank Owned Property!!!Great Cambrian home in a very popular location. Excellent Schools. Hot tub in the back yard. Double pane windows. Very bright inside. Spacious living room. Laminate hard wood floor at the living room and the hallway. Large kitchen with breakfast room. All three bathrooms are remodeled. The garage is converted to a room without a permit. Two of the bedrooms have walking closets

Here’s what Burbed reader TF had to say:

Not sure if this is a real listing or not. the price is absurd for this crappy neighborhood (good, schools, though). Love the black spraypaint used to cover the graffiti on the yellow garage. Conversion of the one car garage was unpermitted, of course. Maybe the laminate flooring will bring in multiple offers over asking price?

I believe that’s known as street art. In fact, it might have been the kind of street art that leads to multi-million dollar riches like David Choe.

Sadly, it’s been painted over. Maybe if you buy the home, the owner will help you find the artist!

It appears that there may be some street art in along the walls/floors inside the house as well:

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Ooh. So edgey! So gritty! You could totally host a bunch of hackers here, crushing the next disruptive innovation.

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Huh. Maybe someone’s been hacking here already.

In any case, to answer your implied question TF – yes I do believe this is a real listing. In fact, it’s a real opportunity for you to strike it rich!

Comments (4) -- Posted by: burbed @ 5:27 am

4 Responses to “House in Cambrian Park with free street art”

  1. dollarbin Says:

    Lousy flippers, no respect for original artwork: http://www.burbed.com/2012/12/21/freshly-remodeled-flip-with-before-pix

    I’d be interested to see if there’s a cache of the listing from 2010-2011 for this house.

  2. Gallileo Says:

    Art, schmart. It’s the “walking closets” that guarantee an overbid.

  3. burbed Says:

    Zombies -are- all the rage these days.

  4. Tim Bracken Says:

    Gallileo beat me to it. I love the image of a “walking closet.” It certainly makes moving a lot easier.


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