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671 Simpson Street, Santa Rosa – $ 425,000
3 beds, 2 baths, 1102 square feet. Land area: 3,049 square feet. Year of construction: 1971.
This residence is actually part of a PUD – a community of single family homes, and sometimes condos or townhouses, where each owner belongs to a homeowners association (HOA). But with the HOA for this house being $ 185 per month, it may be worth it for a 3 bedroom house.
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The cooking is simple, but that’s really all it takes to cook a good meal. Fancy stoves or refrigerators can be upgraded at any time.
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The garage is the only place that seemed to need some extra care, but it’s not bad – it can certainly be turned into a great workshop if anyone wishes.
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14890 Canyon 1 Rd, Guerneville – $ 350,000
3 beds, 2 baths, 1,094 square feet. Land area: 8,298 square feet. Year of construction: 1960.
Located in the small town of Rio Nido in Guerneville, this two-story house has been aptly dubbed the ‘Eagle’s Nest’.
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The main level (downstairs) features 2 bedrooms and a bathroom, while the upstairs features the master bedroom with walk-in closet, a full bathroom, and an open plan living / dining room (seen here.) So far, the most necessary work can just update the interior.
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The kitchen has all the basics, but it will definitely need new linoleum.
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12020 chemin Mays Canyon, Guerneville – $ 475,000
2 beds, 2 baths, 1,272 square feet. Lot Size: —- square feet. Year of construction: 1936.
Another great house in Guerneville, surrounded by redwoods on all sides and not for someone who doesn’t like being in a forest.
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Living room / kitchen.
The interior of this house is well maintained, the biggest obstacle can be space and being in a more rural area.
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The biggest project may be finishing and updating the exterior; Guerneville is known for its heavy rainy seasons and hot summers, all of which can take a toll on the architecture.
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8647 chemin Mirabel, Forestville – $ 450,000
3 beds, 2 baths, 951 square feet. Land area: 3,920 square feet. Year of construction: 1950.
While the house has a terrific looking exterior, it only has an interior of 951 square feet, which means all 3 bedrooms will be cramped.
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Upon entering the house it is clear that an attempt has been made to increase the feeling of space with the high ceiling and the rays of the sun.
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Speaking of tight pressure … new home buyers who may be drawn to low cost homes with limited space should always consider how many people are going to be living there, how many things they absolutely need and what the standard will be. of comfort. for everyone involved.
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9206 Rio Dell Ct, Forestville – $ 469,000
2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 1,296 square feet. Lot size: 0.34 acre. Year of construction: 1963.
This two bedroom home has a lot going for it, especially for home buyers who want to live in a small town. Honey golden teak hardwood floors have been installed throughout the house and new carpet is in the bedrooms.
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The updated flooring and fresh paint make a big difference, the only possible downside is the lack of a full backyard – which can be a plus for those not interested in yard work .
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Placed right up against a hill, space is limited to spread out, but this seating area is perfect for socializing around the fireplace in the evenings.
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13 Alana Road, Cloverdale – $ 479,000
3 beds, 2 baths, 1146 square feet. Land area: 1,982 square feet. Year of construction: 1998.
This townhouse has crept down the list as a single family residence, and it is an example of the more affordable residences that can be purchased in the area. Even with a monthly HOA fee of $ 112, this spacious residence can be a more affordable start for many.
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Built in 1998, this residence looks well maintained and requires few updates or other residential projects.
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The interior of this home has so much space as it gets as close as possible to the property line, leaving homeowners a simple patio for entertaining. This can be a big bonus for those who aren’t keen on gardening work.