The Norfolk Street listing reads, “1 Family Ranch in the middle of paradise (Manhattan Beach) $675000 2bd”
So… where do you keep the horses?
Tags: humor, manhattan beach, norfolk st, Real Estate, residential real estate
675 for that? Wow. They should consider themselves lucky if they get half that, markets be damned.
Thirty tears ago those bungalows were going for a tenth of that amount.
And it even was ridiculously high price then.
Yep, for $67,500 back then you could buy a three story house. If you could find one out here for sale.
Attached brick houses on Pembroke Street then were going for $70 – 75,000. And for $67,500 you could get a very nice similar house in Sheepshead Bay.
There must be livestock roaming around for that $.
It’s a chinchilla ranch!
I always thought that “ranch” was a dumb name for a single level house. Didn’t know what to expect when the broker first showed me a “split level”. I thought it was a house hit by an earthquake.
I wonder what a Bleu Cheese, Creamy Italian or Red Wine Vinaigrette House look like!
Little Joe couldn’t fit in there never mind…….
Oh, and for $675,000 they could have taken a better photograph. This one doesn’t do this BUNGALOW justice at all.Not that I have anything against bungalows. Just ones selling for $675,000.
as long as you can fit a condo in there someone will buy it
Some idiot will buy it, tear it down and build a 3 story house to the edges of the property line with no regard to community standards or a care about the neighbors air and light. Then people will write on here how the block is old and ugly…
he’ll also make the entire property width a driveway, like the rest of the assholes in MB
yea a [ ranch bungalow] from the 1920s eg;a beach bungalow ,lol
This estate is laid out over a vast expanse of at least 1/75th of an acre.
The price is market driven. I am sure if anyone here purchased the home a few years back or even inherited it and they wanted to sell for whatever reason, they would ask for the highest price they could possibly get. Let’s also not forget the real estate agents having an influence on the price. Let’s hope someone purchases it and builds a new home according to the zoning laws.
i wouldnt pay 6 dollars for it
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