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San Diego Foreclosure Friday - Volume 11

May 17th, 2009 7:07 PM by Michael Barrow

 
I'm back with another San Diego Foreclosure Friday! Okay, so it's really Sunday...But, better late than never!
 
Sorry I didn't make it on Friday, it's been hectic. All of these foreclosures have kept me a busy San Diego Realtor working with everyone from the first-time home buyer to the investor snatching up all of these great deals. But I still have been keeping track of all the best foreclosure properties around San Diego county, and I wanted to make sure to share them with you.
 
To start off I have an update on two listings that I have previously shared with you that have now closed. One of which was the very first San Diego Foreclosure Friday listing that I posted on here!
 
After that we'll be heading to north county San Diego for some incredible luxury homes. First we'll take a look at a foreclosure that just closed in a place where you very rarely, if ever, see foreclosures...The Bridges neighborhood of Rancho Santa Fe. And after that we'll look at a high end foreclosure listing that is currently available in Encinitas.
 
Here are the updates...
 
 
SOLD $655,500 (5/11/2009)
LISTED AT $689,000

San Diego Foreclosure in Kensington

PREVIOUSLY SOLD $1,050,000 (4/4/2007)

This 3 bedroom, 2 bath, 1935 square foot modern home sits high above the street in the heart of Kensington, one of San Diego's most sought after communities. This spacious home offers wood floors, an upstairs master bedroom with a fireplace, and a private backyard with a gazebo and spa.

 

SOLD $424,900 Cash (4/30/2009)

LISTED AT $424,900

Downtown San Diego Foreclosure CondoDowntown San Diego Foreclosure Condo CourtyardDowntown San Diego Foreclosure Condo Fountain

PREVIOUSLY SOLD $625,000 (6/27/2006)

Anyone looking for a second home? Enjoy breath-taking panoramic harbor, Point Loma, and city views from this luxury downtown condo! Floor to ceiling windows and a huge 200 square-foot deck take advantage of the views from this west facing, 9Th floor, 2 bedroom, 2 bath, 1132 square-foot Little Italy condo in the La Vita building. The complex features an amazing courtyard, pool, and gym. This unit has it all...even comes with two parking spaces!

 

And here are this week's properties...

 

SOLD $1,787,000 Cash (5/1/2009)

PREVIOUSLY SOLD $2,910,000 (8/16/2005)

Not often do you see a foreclosure in Rancho Santa Fe, but I've got it here for you on San Diego Foreclosure Friday. This incredible estate, built in 2004, was the largest floor plan in the award winning Cortile Collection at The Bridges. Sitting on over a half acre flat parcel, this 5671 square foot Spanish home comes with 5 bedroom suites, and 5 1/2 baths. Features include a gourmet kitchen with Wolfe range, Sub Zero fridge, 2 dishwashers, formal living room and dining rooms, a family room, office, wine closet, 3 car garage, and an enormous private backyard with a pool & spa. This is truly an amazing foreclosure property!

 

CURRENTLY LISTED $1,299,800

PREVIOUSLY SOLD $2,300,000 (12/29/2005)

Enjoy panoramic ocean views from this 4915 square foot Encinitas home. Built in 2005, this home comes with 5 bedrooms, 3 full baths, and 2 half baths. Some of the many features include designer paint, hardwood floors, 3 fireplaces, granite and marble counters, stainless steel appliances, Kohler bathroom fixtures, and a 3 car garage.

 

If you would like more info on either one of these listings, other foreclosure properties throughout the San Diego area, or general information about buying foreclosure properties, please check out my website page on buying San Diego foreclosures. You can easily contact me from the form on the bottom of that page, or via email at Michael@NeelyBarrow.com.

You can also check out my website to search all the homes for sale in San Diego.

Be sure to check back in again next Friday for another San Diego Foreclosure Friday!

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Posted by Michael Barrow on May 17th, 2009 7:07 PM

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