I thought I was done posting today, but you know what… This is the kind of listing that really makes me hate Bank of America. Yes, the house is a foreclosure. And yes, it’s in North County and may even need some work. But HOW IN THE WORLD can a 4,200-square-foot brick house on 1.7 acres in a gorgeous private neighborhood be selling for $62,900?!?!
I know this street very well. It’s secluded and surrounded by woods, with only a handful of nice mid-century houses on it. This one dates from 1965 and even comes with an inground pool. It sold for $187,000 in 2005 and $230,000 in 2004. If you’re interested, move quickly, because I can’t imagine this will sit for long…
UPDATE 2/10: What did I tell you? Just 10 days on market and this sale is already pending.
Listing courtesy of Mike McAvoy, McAvoy Realty, (314) 531-1900. More photos and info available here. By the way, county records and former MLS listings do not match the current information on this property. And you have to get pre-qualified through Bank of America to put an offer in.
If you’d like a buyer’s agent to show this incredible bargain of a home, I’d be happy to help!