Wednesday, November 18, 2009

Do want a little privacy?


If you don't like neighbors, but love a view, I've got a house for you. 20575 Stage Rd, this 3580 s/f house sits up in the hills just south of Lake Elsinore. The house has 5 bedroom, 3 baths and looks like it is pretty well upgraded and it looks like it has a pretty fancy pool. The lot is just over 21 acres! That's not a type I really did write "twenty one" acres. There is not data on what it sold for previously but it's bank owned now and you can have it for just over $450k! Hell that's just over 20K per acre and they throw in the house...... I wonder what's wrong with it?

7 comments:

Oldtimer said...

From the overhead view, it looks like its surrounding orchards are thriving with dirt. Maybe they're looking for a buyer that is nostalgic about the dust bowl.

Sigma said...

What inflation?

"UCLA 30% tuition inflation causes riot"

The bubble machine propping up EVERYTHING.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=33UU6MKuWSE&feature=player_embedded

I'm Not POTUS said...

OMG OMG When they legalize pot this place will be worth a fortune.

21 acres of personnel private consumption crop land.

Me thinks the new archivist for the UC Berkley Greatfull Dead Collection will be commuting from here to "work" on that research.

Martin Burtin said...

I know precisely what is wrong with it. I went there a couple days ago to satisfy my curiosity, because as you noted, 21 acres, a view, a decent house... what could be so wrong with that?

Well, it seems the Stage Ranch was supposed to be divided up and sold as a bunch of 20 acre ranches. Somehow the family got twitched off an they are feuding over it among themselves. If any of you know more details, please fill us in.

The effect of this feud seems apparent in the neglect of the property and the road that serves the community. While the listed home is situated a stone throw away from La Cresta, it has no connection by road, and to bet that one would ever be estabilished would be a gamble. The other dirt road that comes up from Wildomar is over 2 miles of very steep, narrow, rutted, rough, barely passable on a good day, impossible on a wet day, crappy road.

My wife had her mind made up before we passed the nonfunctional iron gate, that there was no-way she was living there, and as we proceeded to slip and slide up that bumpy dirt road in a two wheel drive pickup, she let me know in very certain language that she was not happy, and that if I wanted to live that god foresaken place I would do so alone. I told her to relax, think of it as an adventure...

Martin Burtin said...

Oh and some other quibbles: the fruit trees have died, a sad loss. The home has been stripped of every electrical item; appliances, home theater speakers, junction boxes, air conditioner, you name it, it's gone. The home sits on a rise, with a great view, but the rest of the property is pretty hilly and uneven with tons of granite boulders. Not very usable, at least in my opinion. Oh yeah, and the property is subject to restrictions from the kangaroo rat preservation laws too, that has to be a pain in the butt.

golfer_X said...

If it sounds too good to be true......
Figured there had to be a problem but the lack of a road wasn't one I had thought of.

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Prices are too low; this is amazing. Roads could be a problem but not for those looking for lonely places, which are close to nature.
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