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SOLD a Home on 5 Acres in Auburn, CA

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SOLD! Home and acreage on Winding Way in Auburn by Elizabeth Weintraub

Having just sold a home on 5 acres in Auburn when I work primarily down the hill in Sacramento was no easy feat but thank goodness the sellers hired this Sacramento Realtor. Now, I know what some of you are probably thinking, so I’ll bring up the White Elephant in the room right away. I am not a specialist for Auburn real estate, but I have sold many homes in Placer County and I’ve done a fabulous job for my sellers. I get 5 star reviews. My position is if a seller has to choose between a Realtor like me with 40 years of experience or a newbie neighborhood agent who attended school in the area, has family in Auburn and knows everybody in town, the sellers are still much better off with an experienced Realtor from the big city. And Sacramento is about as big as we get around here. read more

Shopping Homes in Auburn? Open House Today on 5 Acres

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Front yard and delightful porch at 4745 Winding Way, Auburn, CA

Should your dreams focus on homes in Auburn, perhaps a home in the country on acreage, with a horse barn, plenty of storage units, RV parking, and an insulated and temperature-controlled workshop, this custom home on 5 acres in Auburn might be perfect for you. Although it is secluded, situated at the end of Winding Way, you can’t drive down Winding Way without many of the neighbors seeing you coming. It’s a pleasant mix of neighborly security coupled with privacy.

The home itself features almost 3,000 square feet, and 3 bedrooms and 3 baths, but with two extra bonus rooms, if your family size requires more bedrooms, it could easily be adapted. One of the bonus rooms is a den with exterior access to the big back deck. All of the walls, floor and vaulted ceilings in the den are covered in beautiful wood planks. There is a raised brick fireplace in the den and the skylights flood the space with natural lighting. read more

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