Prestigious And Desirable Alamo Creek Home

$1,280,000
3
Bedrooms
2
Bathrooms
1706
ft2

Description

Perfectly located in the prestigious and desirable Alamo Creek neighborhood, enjoy the charm, elegance and comfort of this rarely found single story residence. Built in 2007, this meticulously maintained and distinctive residence is also situated on a .13 acre lot with professionally designed and exquisitely lush landscaping, old world pavers patio, retractable SunSetter awnings, complete outdoor...
Perfectly located in the prestigious and desirable Alamo Creek neighborhood, enjoy the charm, elegance and comfort of this rarely found single story residence. Built in 2007, this meticulously maintained and distinctive residence is also situated on a .13 acre lot with professionally designed and exquisitely lush landscaping, old world pavers patio, retractable SunSetter awnings, complete outdoor kitchen, ambience lighting and multiple elegant water fountains making it perfect for outdoor dining and entertaining. Many well-appointed and exclusive interior upgrades and impeccable craftsmanship details throughout such as Andersen doors, Hunter Douglas window coverings, custom Ethan Allen draperies, walnut hardwood flooring, crown molding, stainless steel appliances package, granite, ceramic tiles, eight-inch baseboards, eight-foot doors, radius wall corners, decorative alcoves, designer lighting fixtures and luxurious chandeliers just to name a few. Many more upgrade details upon request.

Building Info

Year build
2007
Property type
House

Location

3018 E Griffon Street , Danville, CA 94506, Danville, California, United States

Contact Agent

Stephanie Tice
Stephanie Tice
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Registered on JamesEdition
2017
Address
390 Railroad Avenue, Danville, CA, United States
Listing Reference
4QMNB5
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