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3911 Redwood Dr.

May 6, 2008 ·

[ SOLD for $424,900 ]  Sold in one week!! PRESTIGIOUS hilltop location at the base of magnificent Mt. Rubidoux priced to sell now! Not a repo, short sale or bank-owned. This turnkey gorgeous home is truly one-of-a-kind with quality custom woodwork like wainscoting, chair rails, beamed ceilings, shutters and some windows. Impressive remodeled kitchen and bathrooms. Gorgeous original hardwood floors throughout, central air/heat, indoor laundry, fireplace, formal dining room, formal living room, den, and one of the bedrooms is being used as a family room, but could very easily be returned to bedroom status at buyer’s request. The 2-car garage is located off of 9th Street, not Redwood Drive. Much driveway space to park many cars with potential RV parking as well! This home is a true gem and will sell fast… that’s a promise, so don’t hesitate!


3 Responses to “3911 Redwood Dr.”

  1. Sara on September 5th, 2008 10:37 pm

    This home is beautiful and in a wonderful neighborhood. No wonder that it sold in just one week. Congratulations to the new owners, your house is adorable.

  2. April Glatzel on September 10th, 2008 12:46 pm

    Thanks for commenting on our sold listing at 3911 Redwood in downtown Riverside. Indeed what a beautiful home, and the Seller was thrilled that it sold in one week! We believe the wonderful location, the custom wood features, and our detailed descriptions and photos of the home were all part and parcel in the prompt and successful sale of this one-of-a-kind masterpiece!

  3. David and Joan on December 14th, 2008 1:19 pm

    Just a question: we are strongly considering a move to Wyoming next year. (No we’re not nuts, just missing our grandchildren like crazy!) Should we even consider putting our Oakwood Pl home on the market now? If these comparative palaces like the Redwood St. home are selling for just over $400k, do we stand to take a real beating on a 2bdrm+ 1 bath craftsman? Appraised at $285k over 4 years ago. Was that probably due to the overheated market and in the cellar now? Thanks.