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All posts by Stephen Meade

$190k better? The latest Ranchos flip hits the market.

Of course, with a flip it’s not just about the money, but about the time and stress (home renovations are an AMAZING experience, but they aren’t for everybody or everybody’s […]

The Best Cliff May in the Last Year (and it’s not the most expensive)

It’s a pretty heady claim, we know. But if you’ve spent any time looking at Cliff May homes, either in Orange County or Long Beach, you start to develop “the list.” […]

For Sale: 13031 Wreath Pl Tustin, CA 92780

YOLO. You Only Live Once. And whether this is your first home, a move up home, or just the opportunity to get the home you’ve always wanted, life’s too short […]

It’s BACK!!! A Cliff May from 2015 Returns!

This Cliff May might look familiar to you. It was last listed for sale in late 2015 for over $800k. With a new price under $800k and a healthy amount of […]

New Rancho Under $800k

We didn’t like the pictures on the MLS so we decided to take our own on this one. This is one of those houses that isn’t exceptional in any particular way, […]

The Best Cliff May You’re May Be Overlooking

Sometimes we become so focused on a vision we have in our heads, that we fail to see what’s right in front of us, because it doesn’t “fit.” This is one […]

Right-Way Rehab – Cliff May Rancho

This is a home we recently showed to some clients of ours. One of the fun and interesting things about Cliff May homes is how different the perception of size can […]

When is a Cliff May Home No Longer a Cliff May?

This home is a conundrum. There are some things about this house I love — mainly the workmanship, it’s excellent. The exterior was painted in 2008 — 8 years ago! — […]

Unique New Long Beach Cliff May — Quick Take

This home is fresh on the market…and it’s unique, even as far as Cliff Mays go. There’s the usual list of things we look for in a Cliff May: originality, good […]

Tustin Cliff May – For Sale!

Designed by famous, “father of the ranch house” architect Cliff May, this home isn’t just “cool” — it’s designed for living. Walls of glass, a wide open floorplan, and 6 sets of doors leading outside add up to a house that’s @$@#ing amazing for entertaining.