A $3.3 million home with an old fireplace is being sold in a deal that makes it one of the most expensive floor sander rentals in the country, but it is not a cheap one.
The $5.4 million home in the Hollywood Hills, Calif., is a two-bedroom and two-bath house, with two bedrooms and two baths, on a 6,500-square-foot lot with a driveway.
The buyer paid $2.4 billion for the property last year and paid a $4,000 down payment for the home, according to the listing.
It has been vacant for about 30 years and is on a “full-time rental basis” and the house has no water, the listing said.
The home was built in 1963 and is listed for $5 million.
The house is in Hollywood Hills and is owned by David O. Smith and his wife, Lisa O. Jones.
The Joneses have owned the house since 2001.
The listing said the property was built at a cost of $3 million.
A previous listing by O.T. Smith listed the house for $3 and a half million.
“The new owners have been very nice to us,” O.O. Smith said in a statement.
“We were very pleased to be able to acquire this property for them.
We are looking forward to building a new home for the family.”
Smith said he hopes to have the new home up and running by 2019.
The sale price does not include any taxes, the real estate website RealTec said.
It was a seller’s market for the house last year, when a buyer was looking to buy a home in San Francisco’s Hunters Point neighborhood.