I can remember driving by when they were just starting to build Heron Point in Seal Beach… “starting from the $800,000’s” the sign proudly announced. As the final phases were being complete and the real estate bull market was in full stampede, the sign was changed to “starting in the $1,000,000’s”. Not surprisingly, many of those that rushed in to buy were real estate agents unable to resist and still making easy money. It seems the bank owned home at 943 Heron Circle in Seal Beach is one of many that may end up a casualty of the fallout.
Heron Point is without a doubt a beautiful community that is within bike riding or jogging distance to Main Street and the Beach. My first impression of 943 Heron Circle in Seal Beach was the sense that it was an abandoned Mc Mansion lost in the sea of beautful homes and sparkling cars. This is not to say that the 6 bedroom 6 bathroom 4,223 sq/ft home couldn’t be refined into something that reflects the company it shares in this upscale Seal Beach neighborhood.
Although 943 Heron Circle in Seal Beach is bank owned by Countrywide, it is certainly one of the cleanest foreclosures I have ever seen. With the right vision, tasteful furniture and a green thumb this home stands a chance of making a fresh start. As far as communities go, the Heron Point owners assocaition sponsors fun events like Friday movie night in the park and other cleanups associated with the surrounding wetlands.
If you are planning to purchase a home in Seal Beach, are in need of a larger square footage home and a yard, contact me today to see this home. Chances are this won’t be the last one that the bank will take back, but for the price, location and size 943 Heron Circle in Seal Beach is a tremendous opportunity.