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New Listing: 3073 Arlington Ave, Riverside – Ground Up Remodel
Quiet and Serene, Remodeled in 2013. This home is simply beautiful! You’re met with palms, green gardens and lush lawn. The front entry boasts an arts and craft inspired pergola protecting the entry from the elements. As you enter 3073 Arlington Ave Riverside New Listing…the custom hardwood entry, you’ll step through the foyer into an expansive family living area.
The recent whole house renovations are apparent as you have the feel of a brand new home. Kitchen is well appointed for the chef, with generous polished stone prep counters and new cabinetry. Stainless appliances are throughout. The farm-style island is a central gathering point for a large family and friends. Master bedroom features an on-suite w/walk-in closet and two bedrooms and bathroom are all first floor accessible. HVAC is new and whole-house fan refreshes your home in minutes.
A second story loft is spacious for the additional bedroom, his or her “cave”, entertaining or home office. The private, rear grounds are alive with trees, garden and water feature. A large, family covered porch awaits a refreshing drink and al fresco dining. Adjacent the entertaining area is an above ground spa to add to your relaxation.
3073 Arlington Ave Riverside New Listing
As the buyer of this home, you’ll enjoy the benefits of an expansive renovation, giving you the feel of a “new-build” home in this established Arlington neighborhood. This lovely home is located across from the esteemed California School for the Deaf. Local schools include Polytechnic (Poly); Gage; Victoria. Buyer to verify square footage.
- 4 bed
- 2 1/4 baths
- 2 Car Garage
- 2,389 SqFt
- Lot size 9,583 SqFt
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