Elk Grove Pool Home with a Four-Car Garage

Pool From Chairs FullSelling a pool home in Elk Grove without showings is not as difficult as one might think in the Sacramento real estate market today. I’ve got a lot of agents calling me on my pending listings, for example, and asking if they can write backup offers. Of course, these are very attractive homes, too, in high demand, and not your usual run-of-the-mill listings. Mostly the agents don’t want to make those phone calls yet do so because their buyers ask.

Sort of like my husband agreeing to go with me last weekend to see the Dawn of the Planet of the Apes. He’s not a huge fan of that genre. Probably because he was in kindergarden when Roddy McDowall made his mark as Cornelius. But I have to say I understand his reluctance to see the movie because halfway through I didn’t care which side won the war. It could be the apes; it could be the humans; I didn’t give a damn. I just wanted the thing to be over and the yawning to cease.

Calling on pending listings is kinda like going to see that movie your spouse wants to see and you do not. So I have done you a favor here, believe it or not, and now you do not have to see Dawn of the Planet of the Apes until it comes out on DVD and your kids are screaming for it. Then, you can go into another room, down a six-pack and pass out.

But before you do that, call me on a new listing that you can’t see until you make an offer. That’s because the home is occupied by the seller’s ex-wife, and she gets to stay there until December. However, the seller wants to sell that home now. It’s beautiful: marble floors, granite counters in the kitchen, a single-story around 2,000 square feet in Camden Estates. This Elk Grove home also features 3 to 4 bedrooms, 2 baths, a pool with a waterfall and, a spectacular feature many will drool over is that 4-car garage with boat parking.

You can buy this home for $369,000. Just call your Elk Grove agent, Elizabeth Weintraub, at 916.233.6759 at Lyon Real Estate. I’m always ready to talk as long as we don’t have to discuss Dawn of the Planet of the Apes.

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