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Highly desirable scenic Saddleridge home built in 2016 & backing to open space. Completely updated throughout & boasting 4 bedrooms (1 bed & bath downstairs ), 3 full baths, 2871 sq ft & situated on a .31 acre lot w/gorgeous views. Functional floor plan w/higher ceilings throughout, recessed lights, new entry way chandelier, new interior paint, new carpet, laminate flooring, fireplace in great room w/stack stone accents, built-in custom shelving, luxurious primary expansive bedroom en-suite w/large deck to enjoy a stunning sunset. Appreciate relaxing in your luxurious spa like bathroom w/free standing tub while taking in the picturesque setting. The chef’s kitchen is sure to impress w/an oversized island w/quartz counter tops, double oven, pantry & large dining area w/sliders to the backyard. Kitchen & dining area are adjacent to the great room making it a perfect spot to entertain or enjoy a cozy night on the couch. Relish in the beautiful & spacious backyard w/two separate patio areas, plenty of grassy areas, a sport court spot for basketball~ truly an entertainer’s paradise. Close to parks, hiking, shopping, restaurants, schools, & commute routes.
Pleasant Hill, once ranchland in the center of the Diablo Valley, combines small-town charm with a vibrant downtown. Pleasant Hill homes vary in size and style, with contemporary and traditional houses often exceeding 1,000 square feet.
Crescent Drive is home more than a dozen eateries that serve up a range of cuisine. A farmers' market in downtown Pleasant Hill operates Saturday mornings from May to November and offers cooking demonstrations, live music, and fresh-grown produce from more than 25 farmers.
A bustling community center is part of Pleasant Hill’s Recreation and Park District, as are the four parks and two pools. Las Juntas Open Space preserve includes a hiking and biking trail with vista views of Mount Diablo in the distance. Summertime festivals include the Blues & Brews Festival, wine tastings, American Iron Car Show, and the Sunset at the Lake Summer Concert Series. The Iron Horse Regional Trail, which follows the old Southern Pacific Railroad, provides biking, running, and hiking from Pleasanton to Concord.