As we first reported when a vacant Glen Park lot hit the market last month listed for under $200K:
“Billed as a “vacant lot zoned (for a two unit building) in the Glen Park Area” with views for only $199,900, the listing for “2785 Diamond Street” also casually mentions that the buyer is “advised to investigate [the] potential use of this property,” a piece of property which is actually a stub 914-square-foot parcel adjacent to the two-unit building which was constructed at 2785-2787 Diamond.”
And as we also noted at the time, “we’re not expecting a bidding war.”
Yesterday, the sale of the Diamond Street lot closed escrow with a contract price of $165,000.
No official word on the buyer or plans for the parcel, the potential for which is open to debate, but we’ll keep you posted and plugged-in. Perhaps the buyer will just start digging, permits be damned.
UPDATE: And for those wondering why the vacant parcel appears to be so well maintained, it’s also known as the Glen Park Village Garden. Or at least it was.