Don't Worry, It's Clean

By Dave Fratello | June 24th, 2008
You fully expect that a newly constructed home will be clean and nice, ready for occupancy. No bugs, no mold, no overgrown landscaping.

At 646 Rosecrans (click for pics & details via Redfin), it's as if they really want you to know this place is spic and span.

So they've featured a gallon jug of one cleaner (mostly used up!), a spray bottle of another, even a used paper towel – all in one photo of the newly built kitchen.

Hate the way that fingerprints seem to collect on stainless steel? No worries, they're not even going to rip off the protective plastic coating from the new Viking fridge. The buyer can do that.

The microwave? Someone started to strip off the coating from that, but that guy is on the unemployment line. You can expose that food window whenever it suits you.

That's just a part of the attention to detail you'll find in the new home (4br/3ba, 2550 sq. ft.) on this refinery-adjacent, slim, 3650 sq. ft. street-to-alley lot. Start price: $1.9m.

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