December 19, 2020
Notable closings of the last seven days also include a new-build in Hollister Ranch, a big price for Bel Air Knolls, midcentury-contemporary hybrid below the 101, a couple of Mediterraneans, and more.
November 13, 2020
The week's top price adjustments also include a midcentury-contemporary hybrid near Butterfly Beach, one of Jeff Shelton's more subdued works, a trapezoidal house in West Beach, and more.
October 16, 2020
The week's other top price reductions: Campanil sprawler with dated interiors; midcentury on the train tracks; rococo (or not?) in Bel Air Knolls; "such an almost" on Eucalyptus Hill; and more. 1
September 23, 2020
The new listings keep coming.... Notable ones this week also include 2.9 acres in Ennisbrook, yet another house on School House Road, and a bunch that haven't changed hands in decades.
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