1907 W Woodcrest Ave
Fullerton, CA 92833
- For Sale - $441 per sf
House, 3 Beds, 2 Baths, 1353 sf, 6,700 sf Lot
This attractive single-story cottage sits atop a pristinely manicured lot in a quiet neighborhood nearby trendy and convenient shopping; perfect for first-time homeowners, or those looking to settle down in comfort. Vaulted ceilings and massive windows add a mid-century modern flair, offering plentiful natural light throughout the airy, open-concept floor plan. Beautifully maintained hardwood floors flow through all living areas, including the newly updated kitchen, and adjacent bonus space, presently used as a sitting room. Large, sliding glass doors open to a lush lawn, allowing generous room for entertaining guest, or just to kick back and relax in the remarkably private yard. Three bedrooms and two newly renovated bathrooms across a popular single-story layout accommodate for various families and lifestyles. Go out on a evening of dining and fun at the upcoming Source OC and surrounding shopping, or reach wherever else you’d like via the conveniently accessible freeways. No HOA or Mello-Roos. Welcome to your very own happily ever after.
Listing courtesy of:
Justin and Juhee Kim
TNG Real Estate Consultants
Rooms: Living Room, Bonus Room; Floor Coverings: Wood
Parking Type: Garage; Heating System: Forced Air; Features: Lawn; Cooling System: Central A/C; Appliances: Range - Gas, Microwave, Garbage Disposal, Dishwasher
Situated in northern Orange County, Fullerton is home to around 135,000 people and a vibrant music scene. The city is known for being the center for the Orange County hardcore music punk-scene, from which emerged acts like The Adolescents, Agent Orange and even Gwen Stefani of alternative rock group No Doubt. Gwen Stefani was actually a student at Cal State Fullerton, and performed there regularly with her band. Another well-known band from the area is The Offspring, as well as the popular-singer songwriter Jackson Browne, who attended Sunny Hills High School of Fullerton.
Those who enjoy a bit of culture can step into the facilities of Muckenhaler Culture Center, which houses art galleries and a theater group in the former estate of the Muckenthaler family. Beautiful tunes by the Fullerton Friends of Music can be enjoyed at the Sunny Hills Performing Arts Center, a renowned classical concert venue. History buffs meanwhile, may want to check out the Fullerton Museum Center, which features a multidisciplinary exhibit space in the old Carnegie Library in downtown Fullerton.
Fullerton residents are blessed with abundant green space, as the city maintains more than 50 city parks. The Hillcrest Park, the Craig Regional Park and Ralph B. Regional Park are all at the disposal of Fullerton denizens. In addition, the Fullerton Arboretum comprises 26 acres of immaculately sculpted gardens and rare plants, in the northern part of Fullerton. To top it off, the city in total features 200 acres of recreational land in the Brea Dam Recreational Area, with the perks of an equestrian center and numerous trails, as well as tennis courts and golf courses.
Justin and Juhee Kim
T.N.G. Real Estate Consultants
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