Sure, 381 Teresita could use some updating. But it looks perfectly livable until you can. And it is a District 4 single-family four-bedroom for under four hundred a square foot.
And as an aside, and while it might be a cool feature, if you happen to have a hidden escape, panic or storage room in your house, don’t post pictures of it on the web.
Well, at least not if it’s a feature for which remaining hidden in the future is a selling point.
∙ Listing: 381 Teresita Boulevard (4/2) 2,016 sqft – $775,000 [MLS]
Comments from Plugged-In Readers
Assuming that it is, in fact a panic room, I’d always wondered at what price point the paranoia and/or crime fears of the wealthy would kick in and dictate that such a feature would be a selling point. Never thought it’d be under $1M. Now I know.
A nice house in a good neighborhood for under $400/sq.ft., and only one comment? Miraloma gets no love on Socketsite! Looks like my ‘hood is becoming more of a buyers’ market.
I walk by this house frequently and with its handsome gray/black exterior, I always thought of it as an S&M house (not that there’s anything wrong with that). I’m a little disappointed that the hidden feature is a closet and not a dungeon. It will be interesting to see how it fares compared to 801 Teresita which is smaller and has no view but is recently updated.
“Miraloma gets no love on Socketsite!”
Miraloma has gotten a ton of love on SocketSite in the past. Although admittedly that was when someone trying to flip a place and was talking it up. This place needs a bit of work, especially when the configuration is 3/1 + lower level in-law. Why is that fridge so far away?
The sale of 381 Teresita Blvd closed escrow today with a reported contract price of $743,450 ($369 per square foot for the single-family Miraloma Park home).
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