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2 Bedrooms ~ 2 Bathrooms ~ 1,091 sq ft
Looking for a casual lifestyle with a touch of lux?
Come and experience life at Willow Glen Gardens. A tree lined street conveniently near your favorite eateries and shopping experiences and EZ freeway access. Coveted top floor location features cathedral ceilings offering indirect lighting, gas fireplace to warm your toes, easy to clean and maintain flooring throughout, updated appliances in your updated kitchen, storage utility closet for in-door laundry and pantry, storage closets for lots of storage, 2 generous-sized bedrooms with two closets in the primary bedroom with a private bathroom and guest bathroom. The community grounds are surrounded by attractive and mature landscaping of trees, greenery and flowers, gated and designated parking, well maintained exterior buildings, tennis courts, a pool, spa and sauna, and a club house. Willow Glen Gardens is suited for comfort and accessibility and will add to the appeal of your new casual lifestyle.
Great for first-time home owners or as an investment property.
Call us today to take a virtual tour or private tour, we're sure you'll love this cozy lifestyle.
For Showings by Appointment:
Please Call or Text: 415-654-8864
Agents: Christine Stahl & Pete Lommori
*Please Note: The NEW property showing protocol: One must wear a mask, gloves and sanitizer provided. Only two allowed in the property with the Realtor at a time. When more than two present, the showing will be alternated, and the California Association of Realtors required advisory (Property Entry Advisory and Declaration aka PEAD) must be signed prior to showing.
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