[ SOLD for $414,000 on 4/11/2018 ]
Completely remodeled yet cozy “Historic Wood Streets” cottage on one of the few cul-de-sacs in the neighborhood. This beauty was built in 1920 and is just under 1150 sq ft, 3 bedrooms, 1.5 bathrooms, indoor laundry, fireplace, and modern conveniences that will make your jaw drop.
Adorable curb appeal with large covered front porch, freshly planted flowers, and quaint porch swing. Upon entering, you’re greeted with newer flooring, recessed lighting, wood-burning Travertine fireplace flanked by built-in bookshelves, a walk-in pantry, and a remodeled kitchen with breakfast bar, dishwasher, built-in microwave, gas range and stove, GE refrigerator with built-in Keurig coffee maker.
More features include double pane windows throughout, paid-in-full (not leased) solar system, and brand new HVAC with all new duct work. All appliances are included, from the high-end refrigerator with built-in coffee maker, to the $1900 LG electric washer/dryer combo which saves space and doesn’t cost anything to use due to the solar.
Three bedrooms, one and a half bathrooms, newer flooring throughout, and newer windows shades on most windows. Walk through either of the two French doors to reach the private side yard or the low-maintenance pool-size back yard complete with artificial grass, citrus trees, space for garden beds, and a gated area behind the garage could be more garden space or a dog run. The lot size is 6,970 (.16/acre).
Best part of this location is that you will be the hit of the Fourth of July when you invite all your family and friends over for the best front-row seats to watch the Mt. Rubidoux fireworks show every year. The over-sized detached 1-car garage has an automatic roll-up door with plenty of room inside for a car, plus storage.
Quiet location, lovely neighboring homes, freeway-close for commuters, and walking distance to Central Middle School and RCC, and very close to downtown Riverside stores, world-famous Mission Inn Hotel & Spa, the Fox Theatre, Fairmount Park which was designed by the same architects who designed New York City’s Central Park, walking paths on Mount Rubidoux, and a bicycle path along the Santa Ana River. This charmer will probably sell this weekend, so don’t hesitate!
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