Mansion La Palma at Bay Colony Past Sales

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This site was last updated Oct-04-2022.

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Historical Sales In Mansion La Palma

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The Most Notable Sale

The most notable sale in Mansion La Palma occurred in January 2021 when 8720 Bay Colony Drive #PH-704 sold unfurnished for $3,150,000 or $245,000 off the full list price after 406 days on the market. Most prospective buyers would have described this condo as remarkably renovated with high-end finishes. The buyer purchased this property with a conventional loan and was assisted by a John R. Wood REALTOR.

The most notable sale for a standard-sized condo in Mansion La Palma occurred when 8720 Bay Colony Drive #603 sold unfurnished in March 2022 for the full list price of $2,500,000 during a private sale. The one photo retained shows a photo of updated appliances, but countertops, cabinets, and flooring appeared to be in original condition. John R. Wood Properties, Inc represented the owner. The buyer did not require a mortgage contingency and may have paid cash for the condo.

Breaking The Record

Breaking the penthouse record in Mansion La Palma would likely take a recently renovated condo or at least one exceptionally maintained. An appealing furniture package could assist with this endeavor.

Breaking the standard condo sales record would likely take a recently renovated condo or at least one exceptionally maintained.

These sales would likely need to occur near peak market conditions similar to the market experienced during the 2021-2022 seller's market conditions.

The Best Deal In Mansion La Palma

The best deal in Mansion La Palma occurred in November 1999 when 8720 Bay Colony Drive #302 sold unfurnished for $535,000 or $30,000 less than the full list price after 325 days on the market. No valuable photos were retained, but remarks mentioned the home was in "like new" condition and a "gourmet kitchen" as selling points.

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