Sacramento homes for sale
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 those deep 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.
This updated starter home in Rosemont will knock your socks off. Buyers who tour this home will not believe how affordable this type of home can be, even with all of these upgrades. The flooring looks just like wood, even though it is a laminate plank. You can’t tell the difference between wood and laminate anymore. Only the baths are a different surface, stone and tile mix. So it’s perfect for children and pets.
It’s odd when I think about it that this home was built in 1960, about the time that carpeting became real property, so builders began installing carpeting in homes. Wall-to-wall carpeting became all the rage because it could be financed as part of the purchase price. And now today, we don’t want no stinking’ carpet in our homes. We’re back to hardwood flooring or at least flooring that looks just like hardwood.
Buyers sometimes find it difficult to believe that two offers on the same house can happen at the same time. Part of that is probably ingrained in people to believe that they are special and different from everybody else. Like that one guy on the TBS TV show People of Earth whose dream was to be hijacked to a spaceship and assured he was special. But the truth is nobody is all that special. We are more alike than we are different. And if you want to buy that particular home in Sacramento, you can bet dollars to doughnuts that another buyer is thinking the very same thing at precisely the same time.
You are going to love this home with a view of William Land Park from the front yard. Not only is this home beautiful and charming, but it is affordable for a first-time home buyer. While it is officially located in South Land Park, it sits a half block from Land Park. The location is perfect. Imagine living a half block away from William Land Park. It is also close to Starbucks and a terrific Mexican Restaurant with outdoor dining, Dali’s Kitchen.
My husband and I went there for lunch a few weekends ago and were impressed. Although I did ask for more jalapeños because mine just wasn’t hot enough. It’s got to scorch the tongue, you know. But the point is if I lived at this home with a view of William Land Park, I would be dining almost nightly at Dali’s Kitchen.
Finally, a home for sale in Sacramento that first-time home buyers can purchase and also get a credit to buyer for $4,000. The buyer can use that money to buy a new dishwasher and range. One of the seller’s disgruntled family members removed those appliances from the kitchen. There’s even enough money leftover to buy a brand new stainless refrigerator.
Need furniture? There’s quite a bit of abandoned furniture left in this home that is yours for the taking. Or, the buyer can sell it at a garage sale after closing escrow. A lot of the furniture is in fairly good shape. There is a sofa, a kitchen table with chairs, a couple of children’s beds, a few dressers.