Beach House For Sale – 4961 Marlin Way, Oxnard, CA
Listed for $650,000
Open House Sunday 2/23/2014 2-5pm
This house oozes cute!! Nicely updated/upgraded with 3 car attached garage plus 3 car off street parking (amazing storage for all your toys). New Roof, fresh paint in and out, cute kitchen, new carpet and more. Open living room/kitchen plus an private office and powder room down. 2 large bedrooms with high beamed ceilings, Master Bedroom has large closet and dedicated Balcony thru double French doors plus 2 baths upstairs. Looking thru a wall of French doors in the back is a large solarium bonus room and a great yard with BBQ and direct beach access. Easy proximity to the sand and ocean in desirable Mandalay Shores.
2 Bedroom, 2.5 Baths, Downstairs Den + Living Room and Kitchen , 1434 sqft
Contact Blair Thompson who is a Broker Associate with Wish Sotheby’s International Realty in Sherman Oaks CA 818-414-4144 for more information
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Sherman Oaks Home Sold $1,400,000 March 2013 – Listing Agent Blair Thompson, Wish Sothebys International Realty
Home Listed for Sale at $1,450,000 – 14848 Greenleaf Street, Sherman Oaks
5+ Bedroom, 5 Bath
4,000 + Sqft House, 14,998 Sqft Corner Lot
Pool, Studio/Guest Quarters/Pool House
This Rambling Ranch Home sits on a Sweeping corner Lot in the Prime Sherman Oaks, CA.”South of Ventura Boulevard Neighborhood”. Newly Remodled thruout with Fresh Mature Landscaping. Continue reading
I happened upon A beautiful ceremony at the park during my walk this morning. Complete with 4 buglers, 4 old time Veterans and a fully decked out color guard. This is being repeated at many thousands of locations across the U.S. and the world.
Thank you to all those who have served and are serving protecting our country.
Blair Thompson is a Real Estate Agent with Wish Sothebys International Realty in Sherman Oaks.
The second annual 5k Walk/Run fundraiser wil take place on October 14, 2012 in VNSO Park, Sherman Oaks. This walk is staged to honor the memory of Connor Lynch and to raise awareness and promote the safety of runners, pedestrians, cyclists and young drivers. Last years event was a huge success. Join your freinds, neighbors and the local community in this great cause.
On October 19, 2010, Conor Lynch was killed by a hit-and-run driver while training with his cross country team. He was 16 years old. Conor was an incredible son, brother, student, athlete, and friend.
Get more information at http://www.inhonorofconnor or http:www.active.com .
On April 15, 2012 at about 1:00 pm I got to experience downtown LA from a different perspective than ever before. On 2 wheels, traveling at about 5 miles per hour, without the constant fear of vehicular interruption, and with about 100,000 of my closest friends. CicLAvia
The most striking element of the event was the quietness and peacefulness we in the megalopolis of
Los Angeles and Sherman Oaks in particular ever get to experience. A very close second was the sense of safety riding a bicycle on a public street. Being a lifelong casual biker, I don’t often feel comfortable traveling the streets on 2 wheels, even on designated bike lanes or bike paths. The constant threat of a car infringing on my space creating a dangerous situation is just too much to allow full enjoyment. But this was not the case on Sunday. Continue reading
There are many conflicting indicators in the Sherman Oaks housing market currently.
On balance it would seem that it is a sellers market. But ask any seller if they feel that the value of their home indicates a sellers market and you will get a resounding “NO”! This is largely due to the devastation on home values over the past few years. A fair, “correct” answer to the question needs to give less importance to the current values than the average homeowner would like to see given. Continue reading
8:30-9:30 pm March 30, 2012 PST in Sherman Oaks California is the Earth Hour. The goal is to switch off as much electricity as possible during this one hour. During Earth Hour use candles, sit by a campfire or just meditate in the dark. The objective is to use as little power from the grid as possible. For more details: http://www.earthhour.org Blair Thompson will be observing Earth Hour with his family at home, talking around the fireplace.
In Part 1, and Part 2 of this series I covered marketing and evaluation. Part 3 investigates the positives and negatives of syndicating listings from the real estate
agents standpoint. Let me start with the conclusion. “NO”. I believe that the future will find fewer and fewer agents “sharing’ their listings with syndicating sites. An agents’ first obligation is to their client and do the best to market and sell the house they have listed. As explored in part 1, the agent who is contacted by an interested buyer needs to personally know the house being asked about. Continue reading