Beds: 3 Baths: 2 Sq. Ft.: 1,406 $/Sq. Ft.: $640 Lot Size: 6,254 Sq. Ft. Property Type: Detached Single Family Style: Ranch Stories: 1 View: Neighborhood Year Built: 1961 Community: Cupertino County: Santa Clara MLS#: 81020758 Source: MLSListings Status: Active This listing is for sale and the sellers are accepting offers. On Redfin: 11 daysGorgeous home in nice neighborhood- Upgraded kitchen w/ maple cabinets, grantnite slab counters, and built-in microwave oven. Recessed lightings. Copper pipes. Dual pane windows & sliding door. Hardwood flooring in living room, Laminate flooring in kitchen & dinning room. Fire Place in living room. Updated all doors. Top Cupertino schools Homestead/Cupertino/West Valley. Easy access to 85/101/280.
Thanks to Burbed reader Madhaus for this guest post. Take it away, Madhaus!
Drought? What drought? Wash your car twice!
Admittedly, this is not the year Northern Californians are worrying about water conservation, but it’s only a matter of time before the reservoirs are 20% full and we’ll be calling out Southern California again for stealing our water. What’s felt like a rainy year is merely 116% of normal San Jose rainfall, and most of our reservoirs are below capacity.
So if you’re worried about buying a new house just for the privilege of watering your own lawn, and then not being allowed to use any water, here is the perfect home for you.
You’re probably wondering where the house is in the photo above. No problem, here’s the “cover photo.” I just wanted you to admire all that greenery and wonder how you’d keep it that way if we have another low rainfall year. You could do some “hardscaping” and cover the front lawn with low-maintenance asphalt. It will look a lot like the photo anyway, since this Realtard wouldn’t invest in a wide-angle lens and took the photo from the sidewalk across the street.
Or, you could take advantage of a terrific feature not called out in the property listing. Yeah, yeah, yeah, the place has a shower over tub, a dishwasher, sprinklers — although those sprinklers won’t do a lot of good if your water gets rationed. Are those Real Cupertino Schools going to make up for an eyesore like a dead lawn?
A number of people are going to drive over to check out this property, and most of them are going drive away even faster. This house has “Easy access to 85/101/280.” And by easy access, they mean just steps away from 85 and 280! Just steps! Close your eyes and pretend you’re hearing the seashore! And the part about 101? Well we all know Realtards like to stretch the truth a few miles.
Okay, okay, so there’s a few too many freeway ramps near the property. But do you see those big white circles? Those are WATER TANKS. A humongous water tank right across the street from you! Plus a spare! Are you thinking what I’m thinking? Are you handy with tools?
Plus, think of all the shade you’ll get on those hot summer afternoons!