2002 California (www.SocketSite.com)
Sporting a fantastic facade, a killer Mediterranean courtyard, and “great bones”, we think 2002 California could make one of the swankiest bachelor(ette) pads in the city.
That’s assuming, of course, that you’re willing to completely gut, remodel, and drop invest another $500k on top of the $1,349,000 asking price. Now if it only had any views…
∙ Listing: 2002 California – $1,349,000 [SF MLS] [McGuire]

6 thoughts on “Party Like It’s 2002 (California)”
  1. This is what I love about Blogs – no need to be correct about anything. Do some fact checking – Buyer Agent commission was 2.5% on the first listing, not 3%. And the Broker that collected that was TRI Coldwell Banker, and now the listing agent is Sampson Associates. You got one thing right, it says an easement was removed “on neighboring property”. I’m not going to pretend to know anything about this listing or the people involved, because I don’t, but don’t let that stop you and every other moronic blogger.

  2. Damn it! Right on facts (easements), wrong on conjecture (commission). Let that be a lesson to us all (next time we’re putting that “if” in bold). And this is what we love about blogs – real time feedback (and additional checks and balances).

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