A multi-unit property reminiscent of San Jose’s past as a farming community sold for $2.305 million. The property included a main house, two one-bedroom units, and a barn converted into an artist’s studio, which was described as “ideal for the city farmer.”
The 1900 house sits behind an electric gate on 1.7 acres of land. According to the listing, keeping a horse on the property is “possible.”
The main house is 1,660 square feet and has two bedrooms, two bathrooms, and a remodeled kitchen. The entire parcel was last sold for $191,000 in 1985.
The listing agent was Marvin Morris of Intero Real Estate Services.