While we concentrate on housing insanity in the Bay Area, Burbed is a Northern California real estate blog. So we’re happy to feature this find from Burbed reader Cindy in a likely little holiday spot for you. Remember, great real estate photography can be found everywhere, such as this stunning South Lake Tahoe Spectacular. Head on up and overbid on this one quick!
830 Paloma Ave
South Lake Tahoe, CA 96150
4 bed / 2 full bath
$1,563 / mo
6 Days on Trulia
Status: For Sale
Parking Spaces: 1
Floors: Carpet, Tile, Vinyl
Exterior: Wood Siding
Roof: Composition Shingle
Heating: Space Heater
Heating Fuel: Natural Gas
Lot Size: 6,011 sqft
Built in 1962
MLS/Source ID: 120915
Lots of room in a sought-after neighborhood yet affordable. Just a couple of blocks from the meadow and a short walk to the shores of Lake Tahoe and Regan Beach, this four bedroom home offers the opportunity to own a spacious home ideal for large families or gatherings and at the same time, the potential for quick DIY equity. Downstairs living includes the main living area, an open fireplace, two bedrooms, guest bath and a bonus room which would serve well as a hobby room or home office. Upstairs are two more bedrooms and the second guest bath. All of the rooms are quite spacious. The backyard is sunny and fenced with… a large deck and storage shed.
Yes, that really is a giant-ass wooden bear statue. Can’t believe Cindy forgot to mention it:
Location location location (1/2 mile from lake) In South lake Tahoe
Click on ‘enlarged photos’ for some of the worst photos of the day.
And by “worst” you mean “best,” don’t you?
Worst, Best, they are definitely in a class by themselves, which is why it’s good these are far from the Real Bay Area.
Just imagine the chaos if any place could have overbidding. For one, these weird-ass curtain designs would force their way in here and then where would we be? We’d have houses looking like day care centers, that’s what.
Bunus: Note the skateboard, showing the excitement you’ll have if you live here. Or showing the realtard was too fracking lazy to move it for the photo shoot.
Now that’s the potential for quick DIY equity. That and using a large storage shed as fencing.