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(Estately)   You can buy a house with three mine shafts in a giant rock that the owner dug to find buried Spanish gold treasure. It's a fixer though   (estately.com) divider line 26
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2013-12-06 05:00:56 PM
doc-0s-8g-3dwarehouse.googleusercontent.com

What's up guys?
 
2013-12-06 05:14:19 PM
40 acres in Malibu for only half a mil?  Something else has to be going on besides the three mine shafts.
 
2013-12-06 05:27:43 PM

hardinparamedic: [doc-0s-8g-3dwarehouse.googleusercontent.com image 400x247]

What's up guys?


Well, my work is done

/4 mine shafts in mine
 
2013-12-06 05:31:26 PM
I don't get it, did he think the Spanish dug a hole in the mountain, put the gold in it and then filled it back in in an undetectable way?
 
2013-12-06 06:13:32 PM
3? Mr. President, we must not allow a mineshaft gap!
 
2013-12-06 06:32:23 PM
cdn.gifbay.com

/read my lips
 
2013-12-06 06:38:28 PM

2wolves: 40 acres in Malibu for only half a mil?  Something else has to be going on besides the three mine shafts.


Those "mine" shafts go all the way to Mexico and some other houses in the neighborhood in the seedier parts of town.
 
2013-12-06 06:50:12 PM
173 miles from Malibu to TJ.
 
2013-12-06 06:56:01 PM

foo monkey: 173 miles from Malibu to TJ.


But only another 300 yards to the illicit subway the war on drugs has funded.
 
2013-12-06 07:04:45 PM

WordsnCollision: /read my lips


I can't.
 
2013-12-06 07:18:26 PM

foo monkey: 173 miles from Malibu to TJ.


www.everythingaction.com
 
2013-12-06 07:20:06 PM
Wouldn't it be funny if the person who bought it dug a into one of the shafts few more feet and found gold?
 
2013-12-06 07:51:04 PM

2wolves: 40 acres in Malibu for only half a mil?  Something else has to be going on besides the three mine shafts.


Guessing no utilities on the property and something preventing the subdividing or development of the land.  Because yeah, that's ridiculously cheap.
 
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2013-12-06 07:57:06 PM
What a great place for a murder!
 
2013-12-06 08:00:12 PM

2wolves: 40 acres in Malibu for only half a mil?  Something else has to be going on besides the three mine shafts.


Deep crows?
 
2013-12-06 08:00:41 PM

2wolves: 40 acres in Malibu for only half a mil?  Something else has to be going on besides the three mine shafts.


The mine shafts are probably hazards that would need to be remediated before any building permits could be issued. Now it's millions just to be able to start building a house.
 
2013-12-06 09:29:01 PM

revrendjim: 2wolves: 40 acres in Malibu for only half a mil?  Something else has to be going on besides the three mine shafts.

The mine shafts are probably hazards that would need to be remediated before any building permits could be issued. Now it's millions just to be able to start building a house.


Yeah, if you're a looney who wants to build traditional houses.

They have those trailer houses now, the 10x10 ones. With 40 acres of land, you can just run some basic utilities out there, get a permit to demolish the old house, and live in the boxes.

It's $500,000 sure, but you get 40 acres! Hold events and make no permanent fixtures and be "working on" the mine shafts for as long as you please.
 
2013-12-06 09:32:01 PM

Calmamity: WordsnCollision: /read my lips

I can't.


Do not seek the treasure.

From Oh Brorher Where Art Thou. Good movie BTW
 
2013-12-06 10:09:02 PM

doglover: revrendjim: 2wolves: 40 acres in Malibu for only half a mil?  Something else has to be going on besides the three mine shafts.

The mine shafts are probably hazards that would need to be remediated before any building permits could be issued. Now it's millions just to be able to start building a house.

Yeah, if you're a looney who wants to build traditional houses.

They have those trailer houses now, the 10x10 ones. With 40 acres of land, you can just run some basic utilities out there, get a permit to demolish the old house, and live in the boxes.

It's $500,000 sure, but you get 40 acres! Hold events and make no permanent fixtures and be "working on" the mine shafts for as long as you please.


- get permit and demo the shack
- spend ~$50k on a doublewide (natural gas heating and cooking, natural gas tankless water heater)
- get a professional out to drill a good well
- spend another ~$50k on a solar setup (depending on summer cooling needs)
- put in a natural gas tank setup
- put up a bunch of "Fark Off and Keep Out" signs
- get someone with a grader/big plow to fix that farking mess of a driveway

You'll have to go satellite for TV and internet, though. In the end you might wind up spending $1m total to  buy it, make it habitable, and to furnish it out. On the up side, no Mormons or Witnesses banging on your door at 8 AM on Saturday.
 
2013-12-06 10:13:05 PM
This is the previous owner

media.247sports.com
 
2013-12-06 10:47:52 PM

DigitalCoffee: doglover: revrendjim: 2wolves: 40 acres in Malibu for only half a mil?  Something else has to be going on besides the three mine shafts.

The mine shafts are probably hazards that would need to be remediated before any building permits could be issued. Now it's millions just to be able to start building a house.

Yeah, if you're a looney who wants to build traditional houses.

They have those trailer houses now, the 10x10 ones. With 40 acres of land, you can just run some basic utilities out there, get a permit to demolish the old house, and live in the boxes.

It's $500,000 sure, but you get 40 acres! Hold events and make no permanent fixtures and be "working on" the mine shafts for as long as you please.

- get permit and demo the shack
- spend ~$50k on a doublewide (natural gas heating and cooking, natural gas tankless water heater)
- get a professional out to drill a good well
- spend another ~$50k on a solar setup (depending on summer cooling needs)
- put in a natural gas tank setup
- put up a bunch of "Fark Off and Keep Out" signs
- get someone with a grader/big plow to fix that farking mess of a driveway

You'll have to go satellite for TV and internet, though. In the end you might wind up spending $1m total to  buy it, make it habitable, and to furnish it out. On the up side, no Mormons or Witnesses banging on your door at 8 AM on Saturday.


I grew up in the middle of nowhere and that property is sounding pretty sweet.  If I sold all my present assets I could afford to start roughing it out there ASAP.  Afraid my wife and kids might object some, though.  Durn it.
 
2013-12-06 11:37:27 PM
Young Girls Are Coming to the Canyon

Gosh I'm old.
 
2013-12-06 11:51:12 PM

DigitalCoffee: doglover: revrendjim: 2wolves: 40 acres in Malibu for only half a mil?  Something else has to be going on besides the three mine shafts.

The mine shafts are probably hazards that would need to be remediated before any building permits could be issued. Now it's millions just to be able to start building a house.

Yeah, if you're a looney who wants to build traditional houses.

They have those trailer houses now, the 10x10 ones. With 40 acres of land, you can just run some basic utilities out there, get a permit to demolish the old house, and live in the boxes.

It's $500,000 sure, but you get 40 acres! Hold events and make no permanent fixtures and be "working on" the mine shafts for as long as you please.

- get permit and demo the shack
- spend ~$50k on a doublewide (natural gas heating and cooking, natural gas tankless water heater)
- get a professional out to drill a good well
- spend another ~$50k on a solar setup (depending on summer cooling needs)
- put in a natural gas tank setup
- put up a bunch of "Fark Off and Keep Out" signs
- get someone with a grader/big plow to fix that farking mess of a driveway

You'll have to go satellite for TV and internet, though. In the end you might wind up spending $1m total to  buy it, make it habitable, and to furnish it out. On the up side, no Mormons or Witnesses banging on your door at 8 AM on Saturday.


Hell, Calis got hippies by the pachalui truck full. They're educated and hard working (if by that you mean just wanna get high and fark all day.) but they can do all kinds of environmental stuff. Make sure none of it qualifies as a structure and you're good to go.
 
2013-12-06 11:53:42 PM

Calmamity: I don't get it, did he think the Spanish dug a hole in the mountain, put the gold in it and then filled it back in in an undetectable way?


There was a great flood way before there was a Spanish.
/;-)
 
2013-12-07 12:42:07 AM

SansNeural: DigitalCoffee: doglover: revrendjim: 2wolves: 40 acres in Malibu for only half a mil?  Something else has to be going on besides the three mine shafts.

The mine shafts are probably hazards that would need to be remediated before any building permits could be issued. Now it's millions just to be able to start building a house.

Yeah, if you're a looney who wants to build traditional houses.

They have those trailer houses now, the 10x10 ones. With 40 acres of land, you can just run some basic utilities out there, get a permit to demolish the old house, and live in the boxes.

It's $500,000 sure, but you get 40 acres! Hold events and make no permanent fixtures and be "working on" the mine shafts for as long as you please.

- get permit and demo the shack
- spend ~$50k on a doublewide (natural gas heating and cooking, natural gas tankless water heater)
- get a professional out to drill a good well
- spend another ~$50k on a solar setup (depending on summer cooling needs)
- put in a natural gas tank setup
- put up a bunch of "Fark Off and Keep Out" signs
- get someone with a grader/big plow to fix that farking mess of a driveway

You'll have to go satellite for TV and internet, though. In the end you might wind up spending $1m total to  buy it, make it habitable, and to furnish it out. On the up side, no Mormons or Witnesses banging on your door at 8 AM on Saturday.

I grew up in the middle of nowhere and that property is sounding pretty sweet.  If I sold all my present assets I could afford to start roughing it out there ASAP.  Afraid my wife and kids might object some, though.  Durn it.


It would be a pretty cool piece of land but I'm not brave enough to have my primary domicile beyond fire protection
 
2013-12-07 03:21:02 AM
I hear the Chief of Police is a real reactionary though..
 
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