For over a century we have celebrated the annual Feast of Lanterns community celebration. If you’re in town, check out the main event at Lover’s Point Beach in Pacific Grove on Saturday, July 28 at 8PM. Activity is winding up in our subject regions as it often does in the summertime – we saw 5 new sales in Pebble, 8 new sales in Carmel, 1 new sale in Quail, and 1 new sale in the Highlands in addition to 3 closed escrows in Carmel and 3 closings in Pebble. Canning Properties Group wishes you a fun-filled weekend.
We are honored to represent the buyers of 26040 Ridgewood Road in Carmel – a meticulously remodeled single-level cottage on a quiet street with lush gardens (sale price $3.35M; 6.8% off list price). Two other homes closed escrow in Carmel this week; a historic Comstock Cottage selling for 5% off ask price at $5.46M and a 1950’s-built fixer tucked behind the Carmel Mission Basilica which sold for full price at $1.25M. Canning Properties Group represented both sides of the new sale at Casanova 2 SW of 13th – a beloved family home on an oversized lot in the heart of the Golden Rectangle, listed for $2.6M. Other new sales in Carmel include a remodeled contemporary style home with clean lines on Scenic Road listed for $7.5M; a luxury townhouse in downtown Carmel listed for $3.295M; a complete renovation on a corner lot, listed for $3.2M; a cozy cottage listed for just 4 days at $2.695M; a vintage 1920’s classic European manor sited on a half-acre lot (list price $2.5M); a cottage on the quiet side of Sunset Center listed for $2.05M and a dated traditional home on Highway 1 (list price $895K).
Quail reported no closings but had one new sale: a dated single level home on Valley Greens Circle, which had multiple offers and was on the market for one week with an ask of $1.595M.
Carmel Highlands reported one new sale – an oceanfront property nestled at Wildcat Cove on Spindrift Road listed for $16.995M (DOM = 203).