Discover this tastefully remodeled home nestled on a cul-de-sac.
This special home has a large yard with room to roam for pets and areas for children to play.
There is a deck and sunny patio to enjoy as well as a terraced garden area.
The open floor plan has a living room adjacent to the dining room perfect for entertaining friends and family.
The remodeled kitchen features granite counter tops, custom cabinetry with glass doors, gas range/oven, stainless steel appliances plus a tile floor.
The versatile floor plan has approx. 1480 square feet of comfortable living space including 3 bedrooms.
• Central forced air heat and air conditioning
• Dual pane insulated windows
• One-year home warranty
• Hidden Valley Elementary School
• Valley View Middle School
• College Park High School
Martinez is a small, cozy, historic town nestled between the Mount Diablo foothills and the Carquinez Straights.
A bustling shipping and trading town during the 1840’s gold rush, it became incorporated in 1876.
The John Muir National Historic Site, where Muir’s home still stands, is located on Alhambra Avenue. It also features the Don Vicente Martinez Adobe, built by the son of the ranch owner, Don Ygnacio Martinez and attracts visitors from many areas interested in our rich culture.
With a cluster of restaurants, shops and county government facilities in its downtown, Martinez is the county seat for Contra Costa County.
About the Martinez lifestyle…
Martinez is a mix of semi-rural and city environments. The town is also noted for its family oriented lifestyle and strong sense of community.
Martinez is located in Contra Costa County and has become a magnet for families with children. The public schools are part of the Martinez and Mt. Diablo Unified School Districts shared by Martinez and Pleasant Hill residents.
Martinez features several neighborhood shopping centers along with a revival of it’s historic downtown district that comprises it’s business community.
Most residential areas are surrounded by open hillsides where cattle graze and horses are pastured. The hillsides offer some of the most scenic landscape in Contra Costa County.