[ SOLD for $355,000 on 5/09/2019 ] “Wood Streets” VIEW home, built in 1938, with 3 bedrooms, 1.75 bathrooms and 1,428 sq ft (with a ranch style feel) on a quiet cul de sac.
Updated kitchen with Avonite counters, double ovens, lots of cabinetry, pantry, Jenn-Air cooktop with indoor BBQ, new refrigerator included, trash compactor, dishwasher, wood-look tile, and pass-thru to living room.
The spacious living room boasts a custom river rock gas and wood-burning fireplace, as well as corner bar and shelving (which stays with the house). In addition, the large screen TV and entertainment center also convey.
The home is updated with double pane windows throughout, including double pane slider overlooking the backyard and incredible view, as well as central air/heat, ceiling fans in almost every room, and a whole house “Rain Soft” water filtration/reverse osmosis system.
More features include indoor laundry with included washer and dryer, master bedroom with separate entry (ideal for college student or guests), updated electrical panel plus 220 in the garage, RV parking, plus 2-car garage with roll-up door, and plenty of paved parking for extra vehicles and/or large toys. A shed also conveys.
You will be the envy of all during the 4th of July festivities with your front-row view of the annual Mt. Rubidoux fireworks. Watch the Bonaminio Park ball games from your yard, listen to the hawks soar overhead, the coyotes yipping in the river bottom, the park’s croaking night frogs, and the song birds chirping while taking refuge in your palm or citrus trees — it’s living in the city but with a true connection to nature.
All of this on a completely fenced half acre lot, with only twice-a-year required maintenance on the hillside, which by the way has a 93% compaction on the slope, with stairs on both sides. Extend the yard with a deck if desired, or leave as is to enjoy the views and the sounds of living in one of the more beautiful neighborhoods of Riverside.
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