Today’s featured property is brought to you by Burbed reader wahnny. It’s perfect for a quick little mini-vacay, because it’s an easy drive from Google, Facebook, Apple, or wherever you should be working this weekend. Just plop down the cash (easily found behind the couch cushions or by redeeming a couple of stock options), pitch your tent, and enjoy! Plus, you could build a house on it!
Scotts Valley, CA 95066
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Lot Size: 4.74 Acres
On Redfin: 9 days
Property Type: Residential Land (Single Family)
Community: Scotts Valley North
County: Santa Cruz
Perfect vacation spot with a self sufficient little cabin. Off the grid with spring fed water. A wonderful tree house, a zip line, a foot bridge PLUS your own beach on Soquel Creek (year round water) Great place to get away, enjoy the peace and quiet. Read a book, go for a hike, let you kids enjoy the the outdoors! Can’t see a neighbor who you all share in the road maintenance.
Just came across this offbeat/offgrid Scotts Valley getaway. What an interesting use of children, to help sell property. And deep in the woods no less!
Unlike the "mini-San Simeon" property, this one actually has a zip line, as well as other fun structures (cabin, treehouse), and isn’t as far from civilization/paved roads. And it has "beach" access (to the creek) too!
Every rule we’ve ever heard about staging a property for sale says to take family photos out of the house, because the buyers want to visualize themselves in the house. If they see pictures of your family, then that makes it harder for them to see themselves living there. Obviously either the agent never heard of this rule, or she has some really obstinate sellers. Why? This property features a bunch of family snaps instead of the usual listing photos.
Just wait until you meet “can’t see a neighbor who you all share in the road maintenance.” We double dog dare you to share in the road maintenance with someone you can’t see.
Extra-super-bunus: Last sale (at $190K in 2007) and the older photos are still available for your viewing pleasure. You can tell this one on the right is from the old set, because it’s actually focused.