We are done with the April blogging challenge, so let’s get back to what made Burbed what it is: ridiculously overpriced crapboxes! And what better place to find it than in our very favorite city, Palo Alto? Thanks much to Burbed reader Pizzawillcome for this, um, thing you could seek shelter in if you absolutely had to.
3375 STOCKTON Pl
Palo Alto, CA 94303
1,716 Sq. Ft.
$758 / Sq. Ft.
Lot Size: 6,400 Sq. Ft.
On Redfin: 52 days
Property Type: Detached Single Family
Community: South Palo Alto
Classic Eichler home with central atrium. Nice backyard. Large utility room can also function as a den, office, or playroom.
Here’s why Pizza sent in this house:
I didn’t pull the trigger on this one, and now it is back! Same pictures as a month ago. Gotta burb-alert it now.
Unfolded laundry on the couch and floor, littered stuffed animals and toys. When I get bored with overly staged houses, I think of this one.
Fortunately, the Redfin agent has some useful comments to share as well!
Original condition! That’s excellent news! None of those second-rate replacements of vintage pressboard walls. But these photos just sell the house, don’t they?
And note how the use of light draws your attention in to all the details.
That is, if you can see them. This technique seems to work just as well in the outdoor shot of the yard, demonstrating just what kind of a professional we’re dealing with.
So, if a house is for sale in the Real Bay Area, but it’s on a street named for somewhere that is Most Certainly Not In The Real Bay Area, how high will the overbids be?