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South Bay Beauty!
2 full bathrooms
1742 sq. ft.
.14 acre lot
This wonderful single-level rancher is just minutes from HWY 880! Fabulous open layout ideal for entertaining with the kitchen overlooking a sprawling family room.
Kitchen features stainless appliances including fridge with water & ice dispenser & freshly painted cabinetry. A charming & inviting family room offers wood ceilings with beams, and has a real wood burning fireplace to keep you warm on chilly nights.
The formal dining room is located right off the kitchen in the most intuitive location. Formal living room also has a fireplace, and overlooks the lush green front yard. The master bedroom features en-suite bathroom with Quartz countertop and shower over the bathtub.
An indoor laundry room is so nice to have so you don't have to traverse to the garage every time you need to do a wash. Comes with washer & dryer as well. High-end Walnut Creek Lighting Company lighting beautifully illuminates most of this home. Hardwood floors & brand new carpet grace the floors here. The interior & exterior have been freshly painted as well. A tough shed in the backyard= perfect spot to put away bikes and camping equipment. The front yard offers a private patio, succulent garden & sprawling lawn!
Dual paned windows
2 car garage
Tuesday, July 21st at 2pm,
Join me on Instagram:
for a Virtual Tour!
And then on Sunday, July 26th, at 4pm,
We will be hosting a live Open House:
Come by (online) and visit, ask questions, and get to know
the home from the comfort of your couch!
In-Person Showings by Appointment Only:
Contact Marisa Cox
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