Remember Casey Clausen, the former stud Tennessee quarterback who finished his college career with a 34-10 record, including a 14-1 road record? That’s over four years. (Yes, it’s Jimmy’s older brother.) He had a cup of water in professional football, retired to California to sell insurance and coach football. Now he resurfaces, thanks to our real estate insiders, because he’s selling his Westlake Village family home for $1,500,000.
Maybe you’ve heard about California going through a devastating drought. Look what the big selling point is for this house.
Spectacular LAKE FRONT home in desirable cul-de-sac location in Westlake Village! Recently remodeled throughout! Stainless steal appliances in the granite, eat-in kitchen. All new, remodeled baths. Additional amenities include soaring vaulted ceilings with recessed lighting, newer wood floors, fireplace in living room, master bedroom balcony, patio for entertaining, plus grassy area and private dock! Ideal floor plan with 1 bedroom down, plus 3 up. This one should not be missed!.
And that first line should tell you all you need to know about this house and that asking price. CALIFORNIA IS GOING THROUGH A HISTORIC DROUGHT. THAT LAKE CHANNEL WILL BE DRY IN ANOTHER YEAR. Hey, if you want to blow $1.5 million on the place, be my guest. Just don’t come begging my ass for a government bailout when the place is worthless in 5 years.
Highlights of Casey Clausen’s California Lake House:
• 4 bed, 3 bath; 2,222 sq. ft.
• Has a sprinkler system you’ll never use
• The guts of this place look fine; nice kitchen, bathrooms