The real estate market has ground to a halt, but that doesn’t mean we can’t still look at houses—at least online. Here are the week’s top price reductions….
The owner of 2014 Garden Street (↓$505K to $2.995M) seems ready to sell. He/she bought the 1895 Crocker Row house in late 2017 for $2.475 million and made plans to fix the second-story bathroom situation (among other things, and you wouldn’t need to do them all). You can’t tell from the listing photos, but the staircase splits in two, with one set of stairs leading to the kitchen, and the meditation attic is tighter than it looks.
The mannequins have been removed from the listing for the 1910 mansion at 2232 Santa Barbara Street (↓$250K to $3.95M), but many of the dolls remain. At this size—seven bedrooms, 7,524 square feet—there’s room for quirk.
Is 1 Cedar Lane (↓$100K to $2.25M) a victim of Covid-19? It’s an appealing California cottage–style house in a less appealing location (where Barker Pass Road peels off of Eucalyptus Hill Road). The price was cut a week ago, but Zillow shows the house as neither available nor removed.
Strip away the matchy-matchy interior of 284 Santa Rosa Lane (↓$400K to $4.25M) and you have a nice, single-level four-bedroom house in the Hedgerow. The bathrooms appear to need work.
Ride the pandemic out at 580 Toro Canyon Park Road (↓$1M to $6M), where you can plop a tiny house—or a whole compound of them—on the 56 acres. As per the listing, “already planted in both Syrah and Granache grapes and with utilities at the site and underground, this property offers endless possibilities.”