The house that raised Anne Hathaway’s character “Mia” is on the market…
Oakland has been gaining national headlines in recent years for the rebirth of its art, culture and restaurant scene. But the work of some the city’s most popular residents can still be purchased for a few hundred bucks.
Want to own a piece of the place that played host to “The Catch” and the final concert of The Beatles? Here’s your chance, so long as you aren’t too picky about what that piece is.
The Pleasanton-based supermarket operator says that discussions are ongoing but that it hasn’t yet reached an agreement. It added that it isn’t certain that the talks will end in a deal.
A San Jose home that was abandoned for years before being gutted in a fire has sparked a bidding war. Potential buyers told KPIX 5 that they are ready to pay more than the $399,000 asking price.
If you have $225,000 laying around, a California gold mining ghost town could be all yours, according to a Craigslist posting.
The owner of a nearly 50 acre compound in Hillsborough has tacked on an unusual caveat to his $100 million sale price; he intends to continue living in the home until he dies.
A 59-year-old man was arrested in Belmont during the weekend after he allegedly advertised a rented car for sale on Craigslist and stole a cash deposit, according to police.
A Sebastapol man has been arrested after Sonoma County Sheriff’s dropped by his hose to inquire about a sign advertising “marijuana sale $2130 lb.” and listing the man’s address, according to a report in the Santa Rosa Press Democrat.
Social networking-giant Facebook is expected to file for its initial public offering as early as Wednesday afternoon, and that has many in Silicon Valley excited, including luxury car dealers and real estate agents that sell high-end homes.