Very little new in the way of opens this week, so we'll restrict our suggestions to just 2 which we'd like to see and hear about.
Next weekend we'll try to recap the best of what's (apparently) staying on market through the holidays, along with any new offerings.
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As always, click any highlighted property address for more pics & details via Redfin. Please report back here at MBC on any open houses you visit – what you like, what you don't like, etcetera.Sand Section 311 32nd
is one of 2 townhomes from a set completed in 2007 that are now for sale. 311 and 310 32nd
(for sale, not open) are across the 32nd St. walkstreet from one another, right along Highland.
311 is pretty big at 3br/3ba, 3400 sq. ft., and boasts some impressive ocean views. Set up, as it is, above Highland, it's not clear how intrusive a factor that busy street will be.
The (town)home has high-end cabinetry and finishes, and great décor to boot, which will help.
And yet, $2.799m
is a tough price point these days. Sellers paid $2.850m
in June 2007, at the peak – really the end – of the Spring Rally of 2007.
Worth a look Sun. 1-4pm.Tree Section 1605 Elm
(4br/3ba, 3100 sq. ft.) hails from the pretty much the start of the last building cycle in MB (1999). It sold new, back then, for $964k
Oh, how far we've come since.
After a stopoff at $1.275m
in Spring 2003, the home's offered for another resale now at $1.699m
What's the market like for a pretty standard, if nicely kept, late-90s build?Open Sun. 2-4pm.