62 Mahogany Dr. South San Francisco SOLD for $938,000~
Saturday, Mar 1st from 1pm~5pm & Sunday, Mar 2nd from 1pm~5pm
62 Mahogany Drive. South San Francisco, CA 94080
Offered at $799,000
2-Story / 4 Beds / 3 Baths
~Built in year 2000; building 2,150 sq ft (per tax record); lot size 3,800sqft.
Contact me: Tina C Wong (510) 502-6018 / Realty World Advance Group
Saturday, Feb 22nd from 1pm~5pm
Sunday, Feb 23rd from 1pm~5pm
Saturday, Mar 1st from 1pm~5pm
Sunday, Mar 2nd from 1pm~5pm
Where: 62 Mahogany Drive. South San Francisco, CA 94080
This 2-story, contemporary 4 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms detached single family dwelling complimenting with open floor plan. It is situated in a quiet yet convenient location, blocks away from Orange Creation Center.
~Built in year 2000; building 2,150 sq ft (per tax record); lot size 3,800sqft;
~Natural tone marble entry opens to dramatic high ceiling of living & dining room combo with open floor plan. Multiple windows provides amply of natural lighting permeate the entire house.
~Guest bedroom and 1 full bathroom conveniently located on the main level.
~ Kitchen consists of oakwood cabinetry, granite counter top double microwave oven and opens to the low maintenance backyard.
~Family room covers by wood flooring and accent with a cozy fireplace
~ Grand oak wood banister leading to master suite and 2 bedrooms with Jack & Jill bathroom.
~ Spacious master bedroom with vaulted ceiling, a perfectly appointed updated bathroom with a tub, separate stall shower and walk-in closet.
~Washer and dryer hook ups are available.
~Attached side by side garage plus 2 off street parking.
Contact info: Tina C Wong (510) 502-6018 / Realty World Advance Group
Victory on defecting the proposed private home inspection point of sale ordinance, thanks to our competent and diligent city council members making the right decision and San Mateo County Association of Realtors (SAMCAR) and their sub-committee putting endless hours fighting for our home ownership rights. I salute them with my deepest gratitude. Seller could have been spending tens of thousands before they can sell their homes and delaying to sell their properties.
If anyone has ever experienced how invasive our SSFFD inspectors do their inspections, you would not want to have this ordinance in place. You may need to complete tear down and remodel your home before selling it based on the following proposal #5, 8, 9 & 10. For example: If a homeowner replaced the kitchen cabinet (permit not required per building department), counter top (permit not required per building department) and an electrical outlet, “the owner will be in violation of the new ordinance because the new outlet has triggered and changed the electrical wiring which may cause fire”.
How can we find a common ground to resolve this issue? Is Point of Sale really the only solution to fire safety? Are we giving too much power to the fire department to invade our properties? Are we getting into police state?
The proposed ordinance states that the inspections would be limited to checking the following:
1. Adequate means of egress for proper evacuation in the event of an emergency.
2. Properly installed smoke detector.
3. Properly installed carbon monoxide detector.
4. Properly installed and secured water heater.
5. Electrical wiring in the property that does not create an unsafe or hazardous condition.
6. No apparent fuel sources that would cause of spread a fire or explosion.
7. No accumulation of debris, junk, or garbage as established by H & S 17920.3(j).
8. Improper building maintenance as established by H & S 17920.3 (k).
9. Properties containing proper fire-resistive construction, or fire-extinguishing systems or equipment, as established by CA H & S Code 17920.3, subsection (m).
10. Rooms occupied for living, sleeping, cooking, or dining purposes not designed or intended to be used for those occupancies.
Link to SSF Patch Newsletter: http://southsanfrancisco.patch.com/articles/controversial-home-inspection-ordinance-proposed-to-city-council?ncid=newsltuspatc00000001
Link to Oct. 17, 2012 meeting packet – http://weblink.ssf.net/Weblink8/0/doc/131562/Page1.aspx
By the way, we do have great and responsible fire fighters in South San Francisco.
Please tour the X-Ray House and see the tankless water heater, green insulation, solar panels, recycled glass counter tops and much more of what a green can be on Saturday, October 20, 2012 from 10:00AM-2:00PM located at 109 Longford Avenue, South San Francisco.