617 San Antonio Way, Sacramento
617 San Antonio Way. 2006 construction in the heart of the heritage neighborhood of East Sacramento. Four bedrooms three and half baths, dressed in carriage style garage, Juliet balcony and lighted covered porch. The entry opens onto a swank set of hand scraped red oak flooring, recessed lighting showcasing a mantled, cast stone, gas log fireplace. Floating shelves give proper attention to artwork. Around the corner is casual dining, seating for six next to Anderson French doors opening on to the patio. The kitchen glamorized with tumbled stone flooring supporting banks of crown topped custom maple cabinetry. Counters covered in slabs of honey colored granite. Range, free-stranding, gas, GE. Built-in microwave above. Center island with prep-sink provides counter dining for four. Stainless double sink, premium fixtures sits under casement window view to the rear yard. A half bath on this level shows off marble and bronze vanity. A switchback of stairs, lighted by sconce and picture window framing view of full bloom crepe myrtles. At the top is the master suite- sleek yet warm. Massive picture window infuses morning sun. Custom three tone paint on smooth imperfect finished walls accented by crown moulding. The master bath combines dual sink marble vanity with dual walk in closets- a rare find in this neighborhood. Jetted tub matched with glass enclosed extra large shower. Across the landing are two additional bedrooms. Both have overhead lighting, large windows, walk-in closets and have in common a bath tiled in black and white octagons with tub shower combo. A second flight of stairs delivers a huge bonus room, outfitted for surround sound and internet. Double French doors open to a rooftop terrace, sun protection from shade cloth canopy- room enough for 4th of July fireworks parties. Inside, a bedroom with terrace access sits next to a tiled bath with shower. The rear grounds, low maintenance and compact. Patio, lawn and new fencing. Set out for legendary McKinley park for playtime with ducks or a round of tennis. Shop J street boutiques or jaunt over to midtown for trendy dining and entertainment. Light rail is less than a mile or bike to classes at Sacramento State or your downtown office in ten minutes. Modern living in an established location. Presented by Michael Simcock, The Pennisi Group, Coldwell Banker.
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