Monday, September 21, 2020

ParkLife Real Estate Open House: 2pm-4pm, August 24 – 829 H Avenue alley

Single family home tastefully remodeled down to the studs. Desirable location within comfortable walking distance to the beach from the 800 block of H Avenue. This beachy modern open floor plan has 4 bedrooms, 2.5 baths, features whiteoiled/white oak wide plank floors, all new Kolbe windows, new electrical and plumbing, new heat and A/C. Viking range/oven and stainless appliances along with classic fresh white subway tile backsplash, gray quartz and white style cabinetry. French doors connect outdoors for entertaining. Mature trees are lit at night, a gas fire pit with built in seating and space for an outdoor dining table await. Speakers throughout the home. Two nice sized bedrooms with generous closet space share a full bathroom on the second floor. Large and elegant master suite features a fireplace with built-ins and a new solar remote Velux skylight. Fourth bedroom is on first floor. Laundry closet near bedrooms. A fully finished floor in the attached garage offers options for use.  Offered at $1,850,000.

Open House
August 24, 2pm – 4pm
829 H Avenue alley
ParkLife Real Estate

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