You do realize that there is not a cut off date in the statute of limitations for a civil suit. Your home value is now quadrupled by you, and if you sold it, would have to pay a mountain of taxes not to mention the increase you are now paying for the legal upgrade for you parcel reassessment (assuming you had it done).Why would anyone give you permission to cut down their beautiful trees?
That land is worth twice as much in location alone to the house with half the lot buried in sand from high tide. How does Zillow asses the value? As a tear down, the land is worth 2 million alone.
WHAT A HIT IN VALUE IT WILL TAKE IN CASE OF EARTHQUAKE. IN A HORRIBLE LOCATION AND REALLY UGLY.CLAY JONES AREA FAR MORE FASHIONABLE THAN THIS DUMP.
Zillow is evaluating the land cost at 1976 pre Proposition 13 prices. It is a larger parcel that my neighbor at 96 Terrace and built on granite and our estimated value of land ALONE is $1,375,000 because these two house are almost an acre each on private road, on cove and private.I have been offered $3,500,000. Please have your Zillow assesors base their conclusions on present day market values.Not selling anyway.You also made a HUGE mistake on 140 Cypress with whom I am starting litigation for cutting down 250,000 dollars of my trees for a view and upped his value from $350,000 to $1.200,000 for a cracker box.
THE HOUSE IS IN TRUST AND TOOK SIX YEARS TO CONSTRUCT AND IS THE ONLY OTHER HOUSE BESIDES 100 WITH PRIVATE BEACH ACCESS ALTHOUGH 100 TERRACE IS GATED AND PROTECTED