As today's Real Estate market is building towards another massive explosion, like the period building up to the "Great Recession," we find certain areas realy showing true value in their expense. Livermore, stationed at the easternmost edge of the East Bay, is one place where a home may cost a pretty penny, but it would be hard to find homes much prettier than those build here. Take for example this fine, contemporary ranch style home at 2249 Tuscany Circle off of Concannon Blvd. Listed at $1.4 Million, it's a single-level crown in it's glorious neighborhood. With 4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, and over 3,000 square feet of living space, this stellar model of a home would trump the craftsmanship of most homes in the Bay Area. The view from the front door is an unobstructed panoramic view og gorgeous California landscape. With vaulted ceilings and an expansively spacious floorplan, the architects must have had royalty in mind, building this home with dimensions similar to the inside of a castle. And the outside is just as immaculate; a massive, glimmering pool with in-ground spa turns this family home into a resort. Sitting on a 1/2 acre lot, this fine estate has enough entertaining capacity to enjoy the must upscale soiree right in the back yard.
Minutes from the 580 freeway, this home keeps you in short driving range to Manteca, Tracy & Stockton to the east, Milpitas & San Jose to the south, and westward to the rest of the East Bay. Centered in family-raising territory, this home is only a several minute drive to 5 schools: Sunset Elementary, Emma C. Smith Elementary, Joe Michell K-8, William Mendenhall Middle School, Granada High School and Del Valle/Phoenix High School.
If your babysiter is dependable, you may spend a Saturday afternoon wine-tasting at Cuda Ridge Wines on Arroyo Road, Las Positas Vineyards or Retzlaff Vineyards on Wetmore Road, or at Retzlaff Vineyards on South Livermore Avenue. just to name a few. There are local shopping centers, including Trader Joe's, Safeway, and a conveniently located Starbucks on First Street, and Granada Bowl and Livermore Cinemas help make any night a fun night out. A short drive west is the Dublin/Pleasanton BART Station, so you can take the train to the Oakland Coliseum Arena to watch your Oakland Raiders or Golden State Warriors play.
It costs to life the good life, but it's worth it when you can live that life at home, and have that life all around you when you leave the house.
Author:Alessandra Imanabadi Phone: 510-504-2528 Dated: May 30th 2015 Views: 397 About Alessandra: Hi, this is Alessandra and I have been practicing Real Estate for over 15 years because I truly love...