Sacramento Downtown Bungalow Ready for First Time Home Buyer

sacramento downtown bungalow

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.

sacramento downtown bungalow

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.

sacramento downtown bungalow

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?

sacramento downtown bungalow

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.

sacramento downtown bungalow

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!

sacramento downtown bungalow

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.

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