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Carla Della Zoppa & Geri Stern present:

Exceptional Wildcat Canyon home

$995,000
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beds

3

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3

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3

Lot

3

Amazing Tahoe-style Contemporary nestled into coveted Tewksbury Heights area of Richmond View. Overlooking Alvarado and Wildcat Canyon Parks, this property is sited on 2 parcels in a pastoral setting with commanding views from wrap-around windows and multiple decks. The main level boasts an open airy Great Room combining living and dining areas with gorgeous hardwood floors, a remodeled kitchen with stainless appliances, designer quartz and tile, a pantry, and nook with built-in seating ... and views. A remodeled bath, laundry room and 2 spacious bedrooms are also on this level opening to the side & rear yards with decks, patio & lawn. Upstairs there's a fabulous Master Suite-- a total retreat with French doors to decks, a huge walk-in closet, and remodeled bath with walk-in tiled shower. At the lower level there's covered parking, a storage garage for your bikes and ski equipment, the main entrance and a bonus room perfect for home office or home gym.


Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 2.0
Floor size: 2624 sqft
Lot: 12000 sqft

 
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(510) 325-1588
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