Friday, May 12, 2006

Ignore the Bars on the Windows in San Rafael

This San Rafael POS comes in with 2 br 1 ba, 1,086 sq ft, built 1933. Ignore the bars on the windows. It is described by the realtor as "a fixer" if you can believe that. Ignore the bars on the windows. I mean come on, this is to die for in Marin. Ignore the bars on the windows. Anyway, this picture is conveniently cropped to hide the fact that this tiny POS is squeezed between two other buildings with about three feet of separation between each. Ignore the bars on the windows. Asking a pittance really...just $625,000. Ignore the bars on the windows.

2 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Are you sure those are bars? It looks like a normal window from the pictures

May 13, 2006 11:59 AM  
Blogger moonvalley said...

The bars on the windows are typical of certain types of California Colonial architecture, just look at older houses in Monterrey and Santa Barbara...however the price tag is totally whack. That's what bothers me, not the bars

May 15, 2006 11:33 AM  

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