Slip Slidin’ Away: Part 2

466 Ocie Way, Hayward, CA 94541

Sometime you accidentally shoot a picture or two when you’re taking the camera out of your pocket.

466 Ocie Way, Hayward, CA 94541

Typically though, you don’t choose to use those photos as the first and second photo on the listing marketing a home for sale.

How about we take a look inside?

466 Ocie Way, Hayward, CA 94541

Okay… I think that’s the dining room? Here, have a blown-out hallway.

466 Ocie Way, Hayward, CA 94541

Maybe the listing agent should have just stayed in the car.

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Marty E.
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1 Comment on "Slip Slidin’ Away: Part 2"

  1. Hayward, CA? The angles and blurriness could easily be explained by this house sitting atop the Hayward Fault, a serious earthquake producer.

    “The Hayward Fault is parallel to its more famous (and much longer) westerly neighbor, the San Andreas Fault, which lies offshore and through the San Francisco peninsula. To the east of the Hayward lies the Calaveras Fault. In 2007 the Hayward Fault was discovered to merge with the Calaveras Fault east of San Jose at a depth of four miles, with the potential of creating earthquakes much larger than previously expected. Some geologists have suggested that the Southern Calaveras should be renamed as the Southern Hayward.” (

    So, a half mil for a not quite 1200sqft, 55 year old house on top of a massive fault zone? Yeah… I think I’m gonna keep looking. Thanks all the same.


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