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Please come by and visit us tomorrow (Saturday, 4/10) from 12 Noon to 4 PM at 2135 Pine Street, 92103 to view a wonderful home. This 1922 Classic Craftsman, offered at $1,295,000, is in pristine condition located on one of North Mission Hills most prestigious streets. It is 2,200 sq. ft., 2 story, 3 bedroom, 3 baths restored with designer amenities and original wood details. This home is move in ready with crown molding and custom furnishing throughout. It includes gleaming hardwood floors, gourmet kitchen, formal dining area, private backyard with grape arbor and 1 car detached garage. See pictures of the front, living room, master bedroom and backyard. For more information, please see the listing.
As we specialize in buyers and do not list properties, we are holding this home open on behalf of the seller and are not the listing agent. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us or call at (888) 466-2855.
Most of us in San Diego felt the 7.2 temblor as it rolled through Northern Mexico, Arizona and Southern California. Personally, I was happy to be with family and glad that many were spared damage and injuries. Our thoughts go out to those in Mexico who were hit hardest by this earthquake.
Currently, a few of our clients are in various stages of escrow and an earthquake of this magnitude can raise questions about the physical status of their new home. We have advised all of our clients to check the home they have in escrow even though they may have already conducted the physical inspection. It is important everyone be aware that any house could have shifted during the most recent temblor and aftershocks. We recommend that a thorough second physical inspection be done to verify, visually, that nothing significant has changed since the first inspection was completed. A qualified home inspector will be able to assess any changes to the structure and offer recommendations as to how to proceed. Be prepared that additional inspections may be needed depending on the severity of damage. Read the rest of this entry »