Tuesday, October 6, 2009

Big...I'll show you BIG

After the last post about big I thought I would see just how big we grew them out here in the IE. Well, there were some folks that really "went big". I'm talking stupid big. Check out this palace I'm sure you didn't know about in Corona.





1111 Casper Cir in Corona
is the biggest thing I could find. This fella has gone completely off the deep end with this house. I dunno if he thought the King of Denmark was moving to the IE or what, but he built a palace for him. How does 14,873 s/f grab ya?? That's not the lot size, that's the house! The lot is nearly 4 acres.

So how many buyers are there for 11 million dollar homes in Corona?

14 comments:

Empoprises said...

I didn't know the Hearst Castle had been relocated to Corona.

Martin Burtin said...

How many buyers of 11 million dollar homes? I dunno, but I guess one would be enough...

Allison said...

I would think if you built a house like that it would be to live in forever. Not for 2 years and then try to sell it. Or maybe it was never lived in.

Sigma said...

Martin: a better question would be "How many people whom could afford a 11 million dollar home, would WANT to live in Corona, regardless of how nice the home is". @ $11mill, you could buy almost as nice as a pad in even the best of areas.

golfer_X said...

That's kinda my point. Someone that can afford $11m isn't gonna live in Corona

Terry said...

Notice the Zillow appraisal. $1.1mil max.
This guy was delusional in so many ways. I bet he has a really small penis.

Sigma said...

Terry, I think 1.1mill is way too good of a deal for that house tho. Look around on Redfin, you see a lot of houses for ~$1million that are just average houses. The materials alone in the house we're talking about probably is ~$1million cost. I think it would be a steal @ $1mill. There are enough people who can swing 1 mill so that's not a reasonable price range for this house.

For example,my friend just bought a $1mill house in Rancho Palos Verdes that is about 1600sq ft and maybe 6000 sq ft lot and is about 60 years old. It also needs to be completely re-done and is definitely what you'd call a fixer upper. Would HE sacrifice the location to live in Corona for your-so-called $1million estimate palace? HELL YA. So in short, that's a very very very unrealistic price. I'd say maybe in the 4-5 million range is more like it.

Empire Realty said...

AAAHHHHH Valencia Estates, the owner of the home owns the same last name. Must be a builder gone crazy.

No NOD filed, give him time and it will be weed garden estates.

focus said...

brand new "hearst Castle" , I offer $3m for it . Anyone know when it may on auction block?

vipertom1970 said...

this is the same guy selling the lots for 1 millions dollars each on the same street. I have seen this house. His sister inlaw also got a nice house on the same street.

FairEconomist said...

OMG! Was that house built on spec?

This poster seems relevant.

Chuck Ponzi said...

Did someone mention Valencia Estates?

I think i'd rather dicker with this guy:

http://www.primelocation.com/international-property/details/id/VLEN999000249

13,500 square feet mansion with a large panoramic ocean-view lot for €8,950,000.

Oh, wait, not Valencia, Spain? That crap is in Corona? Yikes. Good luck getting that price!

Ernest M said...

I think the builder has Cesars Palace syndrome

tapia said...

i got 2 work in this house and its worth every penny or should i says millions!!!