Homes on the market in 12 Bridges, Lincoln, CA

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2819 Cardinal Drive

So, just a quick post to let you know about 2 great new listings that I just put on the market in 12 Bridges in Lincoln. One is a former model home, comes in at 2277 sf and has an excellent floor plan. Huge 24 x 15 loft upstairs, spacious master and also has a full bath and bedroom option (currently being used as a den) downstairs. This 3bed(possible 4)/3bath home is nicely appointed with neutral paint and carpet, hand-scraped and distressed hardwood flooring, Corian counters and more! Lush, green back yard with majestic redwoods, colored concrete and a pergola. Great 12 Bridges location and sure to go fast! Priced at $379,999 and located at 2819 Cardinal Drive, Lincoln, CA 95648.

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225 Wild Oak Court

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The second is a beautiful 4 bedroom home on a quiet cul-de-sac. Pride of ownership shows in this 12 Bridges Home! The wonderful kitchen boasts exquisite granite w/subway tile backsplash, wide-plank wood laminate floors & white cabinets. You’ll feel like you are in a Pottery Barn showroom with the cool & neutral custom paint, crown molding, cased windows, wide baseboard & so much more. Other details like travertine & wainscoting in the bathrooms round out that feel. You’ll love the spacious and private yard with flagstone retaining wall and more than enough room to play! Value priced at $399,999 and located at 225 Wild Oak Court, Lincoln, CA 95648.

 

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Let’s face it, the selling process can be stressful. From the initial home preparation to the showings, offers, disclosures, inspections and the packing/moving, it can seem like a huge task. I always do my best to make the process as easy and stress-free as possible for all my clients. Every once in a while I have a client that takes all in stride and has a great attitude and sense of humor about the whole process. One of my recent sales was just that way.  My client was level-headed and surprised me with a great photo right at the end. His intention wasn’t to make light of people that are facing hard times, but he did try to make me feel bad about making him homeless (he is moving out of State and in between homes). Congratulations RG!  We sold his house within a relatively short time and he and I were both satisfied with the price.