Who told you about this listing? Who? Tell us, damn you!
"Fell out of escrow"? That must've been painful.The bricks in the back are for the waterboarding pool, maybe?
Wow. A 1-story, 3 bedroom, 1 bath house with 855 sf, with an elevator!! That must be why the price is so high!But... where does the elevator go? To the roof?
Haha, crack me up!
lol - anyone else suddenly think of Mel Brooks in the Muppet Movie as the German doctor?
Hello, apparent sag in the roof-line. Ah, the stories you could tell of compromised structural integrity. Maybe the bricks are to prop up the middle of the house.
"DON'T LET THE UN-KEPT YARD FOOL YOU -TAKE A LOOK INSIDE"Wasn't there an Alfred Hitchcock show about that?
Wait - what about my one phone call? I see a phone there...
Is it just me or when you see it from the outside, is it just a bit, bananafied?
I guess the ceiling is painted a dark color (not sure why) in this photo, but at first I thought I was looking at a couple of walls propped up in some Hollywood soundstage somewhere. All I know is if I were going to live on a movie set, I would defnitely pick a cooler movie.
"DON'T LET THE UN-KEPT YARD FOOL YOU -TAKE A LOOK INSIDE"And there are a grand total of TWO photographs of the inside. If it's so great inside, you might want to post more pictures.(Also, STOP SHOUTING.)
It's $158.00 a square foot, in San Diego. That's the same price per square foot as yesterday's terror-inducing offer. It may not be a palace (it isn't!) but at least it doesn't look like it's sitting atop a super-fund cleanup site. It also apparently has working plumbing, and electricity. Oh, the luxury!
Whenever I see wicker bottom chairs, I think of that scene in Casino Royale.
Does the water boarding take place in the room in the picture, or in another room?
Is this house related to the one in the previous post?
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