Brookwood Drive home, East Side Santa Cruz, California (2016)

Brookwood Drive home, Eastside Santa Cruz, California (2016)

The Eastside of Santa Cruz City comprises the area east of the San Lorenzo River, with the Pacific Ocean to the south, Live Oak to the east, and Scotts Valley and the Santa Cruz Mountains to the north. Housing here is varied and includes luxury mansions, single-family homes, apartment complexes, beach bungalows, and mobile home parks. The main draw to the area is its proximity to beaches and the Santa Cruz Harbor. The area includes the neighborhoods of Carbonera, Lee, Prospect Heights, Market Street, the Banana Belt, East Park, Ocean Street, Lower Ocean, Seabright, and Arana Gulch.

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Eastside Santa Cruz Housing Market Trends

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In the 2017 calendar year, there were 190 single-family homes, condominiums, and townhouses sold on the Eastside of Santa Cruz. The average property spent 25 days on market and sold for 100.9% of the asking price. The median sale price for single-family homes was $849,000, while the median sale price for condominiums and townhouses was $598,000.

The most expensive residential property sold on the Eastside of Santa Cruz in 2017 was a single-family home on Atlantic Avenue. The 3,017 square foot home sold for $3m and featured ocean views, four bedrooms, three full bathrooms, and one half-bathroom on an 8,625 square foot lot. The least expensive residential property sold was a single-family home in the Seabright neighborhood. The 416 square foot home sold for $350,000 and featured one bedroom and one bathroom on a 610 square foot lot.

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In the 2016 calendar year, there were 164 single-family homes, condominiums, and townhouses sold on the Eastside of Santa Cruz. The average property spent 29 days on market and sold for 100.5% of the asking price. The median sale price for single-family homes was $815,000, while the median sale price for condominiums and townhouses was $540,000.

The most expensive residential property sold on the Eastside of Santa Cruz in 2016 was a single-family home in the Opal Cliffs Neighborhood. The single-story, 2,269 square foot home sold in three days for $4.5m and featured three bedrooms, two full bathrooms, and one half-bathroom on a 20,037 square foot lot. The least expensive residential property sold was a Measure O (AKA Inclusionary Housing) condominium on Ocean Street. The 704 square foot home sold in 27 days for $278,576 and featured one bedroom, one full bathroom, and a large balcony.

In the 2015 calendar year, there were 185 single-family homes, condominiums, and townhouses sold on the Eastside of Santa Cruz. The average property spent 44 days on market and sold for 100.0% of the asking price. The median sale price for single-family homes was $759,500, while the median sale price for condominiums and townhouses was $488,880.

The most expensive residential property sold on the Eastside of Santa Cruz in 2015 was an East Cliff Drive property with two stand-alone homes and ocean views. The property sold in six days for $3,344,505 and featured 2,000 total square foot of living space, three bedrooms, and two full bathrooms on a 7,187 square foot lot. The least expensive property sold was a Measure O (AKA Inclusionary Housing) condominium on Ocean Street. The 717 square foot home sold in 239 days for $251,000 and featured one bedroom, one full bathroom, and a large balcony.

In the 2014 calendar year, there were 167 single-family homes, condominiums, and townhouses sold on the Eastside of Santa Cruz. The average property spent 50 days on market and sold for 99.5% of the asking price. The median sale price for single-family homes was $658,000, while the median sale price for condominiums and townhouses was $399,000.

The most expensive residential property sold on the Eastside of Santa Cruz in 2014 was a single-family Victorian home built in 1885. The two-story, 5,519 square foot home sold in 131 days for $2.351m and featured six bedrooms, six full bathrooms, and one half-bathroom on a 41,251 square foot lot. The least expensive residential property sold was a condominium located near San Lorenzo Park. The 784 square foot home sold in 5 days for $235,000 and featured one bedroom and one full bathroom.

In the 2013 calendar year, there were 191 single-family homes, condominiums, and townhouses sold on the Eastside of Santa Cruz. The average property spent 50 days on market and sold for 100.2% of the asking price. The median sale price for single-family homes was $639,500, while the median sale price for condominiums and townhouses was $494,250.

The most expensive residential property sold on the Eastside of Santa Cruz in 2013 was a single-family cottage in the Seabright Neighborhood. The single-story, 1,637 square foot home sold in seven days for $1.8m and featured two bedrooms, one full bathroom, and one half-bathroom on a 6,316 square foot lot. The least expensive residential property sold was a sixth-floor condominium located near San Lorenzo Park. The 850 square foot home sold in 13 days for $252,000 and featured two bedrooms and one full bathroom.

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