Trashed! Golf Course Home is Called Worst Mess

The roughly 3,000-square foot foreclosed house in a gated community now is undergoing about $250,000 in repairs.

Palm Coast, FL – January 25, 2011A 2-story house on the Seacliff Golf Course in Huntington Beach is the worst example of "malicious vandalism” of a foreclosed home that a top Realtor for bank-owned properties says he’s ever seen in Orange County.
The home, at 6581 Racliffe Circle in the guard-gated The Peninsula at Seacliff community, went back to the bank at $1,782,214 at a foreclosure auction last August after no one bid on it.
The roughly 3,000-square foot house now is undergoing about $250,000 in repairs, says broker Tom Moon of Pacific Moon Real Estate, who has the listing.
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2 replies
  1. Chris Godkin
    Chris Godkin says:

    Reunion & Bella Collina

    If you think that’s bad, visit Reunion and Bella Collina to see some prime examples of distressed homes being trashed! It’s aweful!
    Makes one wonder how they get in to these gated & guarded communities to perform such tasks?
    Some none gated communities in the Kissimmee and greater Orlando area are even worse, when you see them first hand it makes you cringe!

  2. Jim Sheehan
    Jim Sheehan says:

    Not vandals

    Don’t think for one minute that kids broke in and did that damage. I’ll bet any amount that the owner trashed the place because it was the "bank’s fault" for foreclosing on him. They were the reason he couldn’t make the payments and he showed them. Unfortunately, as the article stated, it’s next to impossible to charge the onwer.

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