Sacramento homes for sale
Our seller’s market is still here. For the fourth straight consecutive month, the pending sales are on the rise, confirming that Sacramento Real Estate is a continuing seller’s market. The first quarter shows closed sales increasing every month.
What does this mean for the Sacramento housing market? Does it mean Sacramento real estate is a continuing seller’s market? We are experiencing continuing price increases, based on high demand and housing shortages. Each neighborhood can be a bit different as this is the greater Sacramento county averages.
Do you love farm life in Sacramento County? This time of year the fields remind this Sacramento Realtor of the green hills of Wales. I remember the sheep on the hillsides from a vacation there and the color of green was almost fluorescent.
Some people don’t know this about me, but I live in the rural south county area of Sacramento. The land and the trees here are so beautiful. There is nothing as pretty as the fruitless cherry trees in full pink blossom, all the way down my long driveway. There is a gorgeous canopy of large oak trees on the other side of the driveway, by the flowing creek. The brown fence blends into the landscape and feels so natural. Plus, my long driveway offers so much privacy.
Are you a first-time home buyer hoping to find an amazing home in a gated community in Arden Manor at an affordable price? Look no further. Homes in the Villaggio gated complex do not come up for sale very often. All around this neighborhood, you see so much new construction. Developers are building $750K to $900K homes in Arden Manor. When the seller bought this home in 2005, it offered a gated community in the middle of an older, established neighborhood. Today, that community is revitalized with many remodeled homes and quite a number of upper-end luxury homes. This is an excellent opportunity from an investment or long-term hold point of view. You will love the price, too.
The first thing you should consider when buying a home in a gated community in Arden Manor is parking. You don’t have to be rocket scientist to figure out the garage is a one-car. However, look at that space in front of the front door. What is that? I’ll tell you what that is. It’s a carport. And then over on the left-side of the house is a bricked yard with space for two more cars. Yes, you can park a minimum of four cars at this home. More, when we figure out how to stack them on top of each other.
You can’t see the home in this photo because this is shot from the street (Jonas). The home is located all the way at the end on the right, nestled in the evergreens. It’s a very private location. Not only that, but it’s one of the largest lots in the subdivision. The last two homes on the right are set back from the street with a much larger area of street in front. Nobody has verified this, but the seller thinks the property line for each of the houses runs to the middle of the street. If that is true, that definitely makes her particular lot much bigger than the others at .0933, according to the Sacramento County Tax Assessor. That could be wrong, though. Although most of the other lots are .06.
Check out the entertainment space. This room is around the corner from the sheltered entrance. Beautiful oversized ceramic with variances add drama to the travertine around the fireplace. The owner of this home has impeccable taste, wouldn’t you agree? Look at those oversized Hershey’s Kisses on the floor in front of the fireplace. Perfect accessory, no?
If you haven’t guessed it by now, the first floor of this home is for entertaining. There is a half bath around the corner by the entrance, but the rest of the layout is kitchen and family room. Of course, the cabinets are a beautiful maple, and all of the black appliances stay. Over on the left is the area the former owners used as a dining space, but our seller prefers a table in the middle. What do you think? Middle like this? Or dining area in the corner?
Last year the seller painted to keep everything fresh. All of the rooms are the same color for consistency. You will find three bedrooms and two full baths upstairs. The seller uses one of the bedrooms as a TV room and it offers a balcony as well. This is a photo of the master bedroom at the back of the home. You will love the master bath, complete with a separate shower and a soaking tub.
Plenty of time in the day to relax outside. There are many areas around the perimeter of the home to curl up and read a book, due to its remote location. Much of the exterior was remodeled by the seller, including the pergola, patio surround and walkways. It’s a place you really need to see in person because it’s even better than the photos. Why not come to our open houses on Saturday and Sunday, both from 11 AM to 1 PM, September 29th and 30th? If you can’t wait, here is the
Who can resist this adorable Sacramento downtown bungalow? Built in 1927, this is in a row of vintage bungalows, close to Southside Park. Perfect for a first-time homebuyer or an investor. All fixed up and ready to move into.
The seller says the roof was installed in 2011. All the major work has been done on this home. It oozes curb appeal.
Look at all the cabinet space in the kitchen. And the cabinets are tall, they reach the ceiling. Newer vinyl flooring and a space opposite the cabinets for a breakfast nook.
The living room is very large as well. You can see part of the ceiling fan in this photo, under which you could set a dining room table, if you didn’t want to use the breakfast nook in the kitchen. Although the space in this Sacramento downtown bungalow is on the cozy side, it is very nice to have options, don’t you agree?
Both of the bedrooms sport picture rails and ceiling fans. Not only is there a closet in each bedroom but also storage above the closets. This bedroom sits toward the back of the home so it features an extra window.
You’ve also got a laundry room off the back porch with hookups for a washer and dryer, plus a window that lets in light. So much light in this home, despite being surrounded by trees. Look, there is a porch off the back laundry room, too, plus a storage shed!
Come see this row of bungalows on U Street for yourself. You can call Elizabeth Weintraub at 916.233.6759 for a private showing, or come to our open house on Sunday. 2:00 to 4:00 PM, July 15th, hosted by the incredible Barbara Dow from the Elizabeth Weintraub Team. See the virtual tour of this charming Sacramento downtown bungalow here.
411 U Street, Sacramento, CA 95818 is offered exclusively by Elizabeth Weintraub and Lyon Real Estate at $349,000. Clear pest report available.
If you’re hoping to buy a 3 bedroom home in Sacramento for less than $250,000, I have a tremendous opportunity for you. Pretty as a picture, this darling dollhouse features care-free vinyl siding, and a huge back yard. Only an out-of-state move for the sellers makes this home available for sale. You will love the location, too, right off El Camino and just a bit east of I-80, near the Sacramento Board of Realtors (and that home improvement store I won’t name because of its political affiliations).
Do you like the furniture? Ultra modern furniture can be yours. The seller of this 3 bedroom home in Sacramento is more than willing to negotiate to leave or sell some of the furniture at buyer’s option. If you’re just starting out on your own, you could probably use a sofa or a spare dinette set right?
Take in this beautiful kitchen! Ceramic floor, gorgeous custom backsplash and newer stainless appliances, all of which can stay if you include them in the purchase offer at no consideration. Yes, you can ask for and receive the refrigerator, too.
Don’t you adore the flooring? It looks like real wood or maybe even tiger bamboo, but it is a good quality laminate. The intimate dining room offers a pass-through window into the kitchen as well. Plus, you get a ceiling fan.
Comfy master suite fits a king size bed and a full size Smart TV. It also features the laminate floors that look just like real wood. This 3 bedroom home in Sacramento also has two full baths, although only one bath is noted in the county records. It’s almost 1,200 square feet, according to the last appraiser’s measurements, which we have not verified.
A bonus structure has utilities and can be used as a home office, a separate workout space, hobby room or just storage. One of the bedrooms is a converted garage, so there is no garage but room exists for 2 cars in the driveway.
2512 Anna Way, Sacramento, CA 95821 is offered exclusively by Elizabeth Weintraub at Lyon Real Estate at $249K. Why not come to our open house on Sunday from 2:00 to 4:00 PM and see this gem for yourself? Hosted by the invincible Josh Almosch from the Elizabeth Weintraub Team. You can view the virtual tour here and then call Elizabeth Weintraub to schedule a private showing at 916.233.6759.
The information in this advertisement, including, but not limited to, square footage and/or acreage, has been provided by various sources which may include the Seller, the Multiple Listing Service or other sources. Lyon Real Estate has not and will not investigate or verify the accuracy of this information. Prospective buyers are advised to conduct their own investigation of the Property and this advertised information utilizing appropriate professionals before purchasing this Property.