A California home used as a bomb and meth making operation before it was raided by the FBI earlier this year is now on the market for a whopping $1.55 million — and a buyer will have to foot the bill to decontaminate the property. The 2,743-square foot, 6-bedroom house located on a quiet cul-de-sac in San Jose “has [an] inactive Meth lab and meth contamination,” according to the listing on Zillow.The home “has not been cleared of contamination” and will be sold to the buyer “it’s it current state,” the listing says. Cleaning costs will be tacked on to the home price, which was listed for $1.425 million on Oct. 13 before increasing by $125,000 a week later. Access to the property is barred pending cleaning and clearance from the Santa Clara County Department of Health, according to the posting. In March, the home was raided by San Jose Police and FBI agents who arrested Peter Karasev for allegedly stockpiling chemicals used to make bombs, meth as well as firearms, the San Francisco Chronicle reported.Karasev, a Russian national, allegedly planted multiple bombs around San Jose, targeting critical infrastructure like Pacific Gas & Electric transformers. Fortunately, no one was injured in the blasts, authorities said.He had lived at the home with his wife and three young children, although it’s unclear if he owned the property, according to The Chronicle. His wife, who was not accused of any crimes, and the kids were relocated after his arrest.Karasev was charged with three counts of child endangerment, arson, igniting a destructive device with intent to injure or intimidate, interfering with electrical lines and possession of materials intended to make an explosive device.His arrest came after months of surveillance by authorities. Afterwards, he reportedly told investigators he was upset over the Russia-Ukraine war.The house, which is in San Jose’s Vista Park neighborhood, previously sold in 2021 for $1.51 million, according to The Chronicle.A 2021 Compass listing for the home boasted its modern interior, new appliances and light fixtures, pool and a “finished shed that could be … a she-shed or a man cave,” the paper reported.
25 Ekim 2023 - 03:45
Former San Jose meth house where bombs were also made lists for $1.55 million — and buyer has to clean it
A California home used as a bomb and meth making operation before it was raided by the FBI earlier this year is now on the market for a whopping $1.55 million — and a buyer will have to foot …
25 Ekim 2023 - 03:45