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The sellers have lived almost all of their lives near this listing in Sacramento 95838, and now it is time for the brothers to go their separate ways and begin lives apart. One of the brothers is getting married this spring, which means he and his new bride will need to find their own home. Most likely in the same area. They seem to know everybody and they are familiar with homes in Sacramento 95838 neighborhood.
This listing in Sacramento 95838 is located just north of Main Street, between Rio Linda Blvd and Marysville. It’s located in a pocket of homes all built in the 1990s. This is one of the few homes with a fenced back yard for privacy. This is how much the neighbors like each other. You don’t often see neighborhoods without fenced back yards anymore. While I personally like the privacy that fencing allows, there is something very attractive about rolling hills behind your home with views of other homes.
What a treat is in store for you if you’re looking for a new listing in Sacramento 95821. According to Zillow, this neighborhood is on fire (not literally, given all the fires around Sacramento lately, so don’t panic). What was once a sleepy area is waking up and becoming a very trendy place to live in town. It’s close to the freeways, shopping and within minutes of downtown, so maybe that’s why the demand is high. It’s also relatively affordable. This red hot new listing is no exception.
What a little jewel this home in Elder Creek Ranch is. When I first walked inside, I expected to find a home with few updates, but these sellers really spared no expense with the upgrades. Most buyers today do not want carpeting in the main entertainments areas, and this home does not disappoint in that manner. At first glance, I thought the floors were travertine, but the seller assures me they are ceramic. They are oversized ceramic in the family room, hallway, baths and the kitchen. Really opens the space and makes it all seem connected.
If you’ve ever made a list of all the things that were important to you in a home in Tallac Village, I’m betting this brand new, super hot listing fulfills those wants and needs. It just came on the market but mere hours ago. This home is fresh and exciting. The sellers just finished installing that deep apron sink and stamped concrete counters they’ve been putting off since they bought the home 4 years ago.
First they opened a wall and created a super large great room with a brick fireplace, combining a family room space with a living room space, leaving the kitchen open at both ends, and installed wood-like planked flooring. Then they hired an artist friend to create a stamped concrete entry sporting a multi-faceted 8-pointed star. There is a new stainless steel apron sink in the kitchen, along with a new electric cooktop, and the refrigerator can stay as well. The kitchen boasts a large breakfast nook, too.