Curbed LA has posted about a newly constructed Mansfield house that has just come on the market. The home is at 631 South Mansfield and is listed at $2,595,000. According to a web posting from almost exactly a year ago, the home that was on the lot at that time was listed for sale at $717,000. So as you can imagine, this is quite a new home!
I happened to walk by this house a couple of weeks ago. Workers were feverishly working on a Sunday – putting the finishing touches on the home and getting it ready for the flip.
According to the listing:
David Cho Master of Feng Shui says “this home has been optimized with specific elements to optimize wealth, health, relationships & charisma & the location of the pool attracts opportunities & wealth”
Perhaps we can all pick up a hint or two on how to “optimize” our own homes for wealth, health, relationships and charisma! There’s an open house this weekend…any property that can potentially triple in value in less than one year is worth a visit.
Open House – Sunday, March 20 2p-5p
Redfin – 631 South Mansfield
Topic for discussion:
What’s happening on Mansfield seems to be a perfect example of how the absence of an HPOZ can rapidly change the face of an area. Just two doors north of 631 South Mansfield lies a lot – cleared of it’s 1920s home and likely poised for a home much like this one.
Does this kind of change make you feel stronger about the value of an HPOZ or do you feel the HPOZ is too restrictive? Feel free to weigh in via the comments!