Sneak Peek of This Rancho Cordova Home Rehab In Progress
Sneak peek of this Rancho Cordova home rehab in progress was surprising. The owner told me she had updated the entire house both interior and exterior except for the slab, the electrical and the plumbing inside the walls. This photo above shows the kitchen with upgraded shaker cream colored cabinets. A glass tile backsplash, with upgraded counter slabs and black appliances.
This feels like a modern but functional kitchen. A popular five burner gas stove to cook with, dishwasher and microwave, completes the appliance package. Do not miss the double stainless sinks under the kitchen window which looks onto the large backyard.
The windows are all new white vinyl dual panes throughout for increased energy efficiency. Luxury vinyl floors complete this space. The Kitchen opens to the family room with a stone covered fireplace. The floorplan offers so much flexibility depending on lifestyle. A large formal dining area with formal living room and double entry front doors speak to a quality lifestyle. I saved the best for last; there is what appears to be a new Goodman HVAC system, as well as a Rheem water heater.
There are four large bedrooms upstairs with two full baths. Additionally, a one-half bath located downstairs for guests is easily accessible from the kitchen and living areas. The large indoor laundry room with outside door access will be appreciated on cold days, as no trips required to the garage to change out laundry. We can’t forget to mention the garage is extra deep and immaculate. A Rancho Cordova rehab project with so many upgrades was a pleasure to tour.
The workers were completing the stucco install on the exterior while I was there. A new roof was put through its paces this week, with this latest May rainstorm and no visible leaks. To say this home is move in ready is an understatement. It appears the homeowner did update much of the entire house, even some of the stucco exterior. She said she has the receipts. Why would a property owner with a Rancho Cordova home rehab so extensively? Good question.
She told me it had been a marijuana-grow house and that her previous tenants were arrested for marijuana cultivation. She said she filed an insurance claim for much of the damage. Also, she confirmed to me over the phone that she had completed a mold test. It is always recommended for a tenant or a buyer to verify work and inspections independently.
I met her contractor at the property today. He invited me to take a sneak peek of this Rancho Cordova rehab project. The seller approved for me to take pictures as well. The contractor provided me his business card. He said all work was completed to code. As a Sacramento Realtor, we do not pull permits, nor verify contractors license numbers. We do, however, suggest tenants or buyers thoroughly investigate a property.
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— JaCi Wallace