Seller will entertain offers between $700,000 - $759,900. The gated courtyard welcomes you to this lovely 3 bedroom, 2 bath, 1,770 sqft, single story home! Natural light flows through the large skylight in the spacious living room with fireplace. Step outside through the sliding doors to the serene backyard. The 12'x26' covered patio and saltillo tile is a perfect setting for evening dinners with family and friends! Super large 20'x20' Family Room offers many possibilities featuring the beautiful wood vaulted ceiling, lighted ceiling fan, a sit down bar open to the large eat-in kitchen, extra natural light through 2 solar tubes and 2 sets of sliding doors opening to the front courtyard and to the side yard. Gorgeous wood flooring flows from the Family Room to the Dining Room, Living Room and hallways. Tile flooring in Kitchen and Bathrooms. Large Master Bedroom with 2 separate closets. Master Bath with walk-in shower. Bedroom with lighted ceiling fan. Kitchen is plumbed for gas cooking. This is a very well cared for home by the 2nd owners. Many elegant touches with crown molding, upgraded baseboards, and plantation shutters.
Electric power lines will soon be buried! Located close to Marvin Elementary School, Rancho Mission Canyon park, and bus stop on Navajo Rd. Middle School is Lewis, Patrick Henry is the High School and only 2.7 miles to SDSU! A 3D of this home can be seen at my.matterport.com/show/?m=Xb5uyKeghSv
This home is only 1.6 miles away from Mission Trails Regional Park which encompasses more than 8,000 acres of both natural and developed recreational areas. Its rugged hills, valleys and open areas represent a San Diego prior to the landing of Cabrillo in San Diego Bay in 1542.
Mission Trails Regional Park has been called the third Jewel in the City of San Diego Park System. Along with Balboa Park and Mission Bay Park, it provides San Diego residents and visitors a way to explore the cultural, historical, and recreational aspects of San Diego.
Started in 1974, Mission Trails Regional Park has become one of the largest urban parks in the United States. Originally used by the Kumeyaay, the park is the site of the Old Mission Dam, built to store water for the Mission San Diego de Alcala.
Includes about 60 miles of trails, boating on Lake Murray, camping at Kumeyaay Lake, numerous informative hikes, and a state-of-the-art Visitor and Interpretive Center, Mission Trails Regional Park has something to offer everyone.