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Circa 1964, this stately Cape Cod style home has been polished to perfection and is now offered at $1.872 million—about a million dollars more than it sold for in 2014.
This three-bedroom, three-bathroom abode offers 2,144 square feet. According to listing agent Aaron Kopelman, much of that square footage has been remodeled.
The kitchen, baths, windows, lighting fixtures and fireplace insert are all new.
Though modernized, the changes all rest easily on the home's original bones.
This serene and sunny home enjoys a 5,663-square-foot lot in Sonoma's east side.
Along with a lush green lawn and trees flowering roses, there is a brick path and patio for soaking in the wine country sunshine.
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A separate two-car garage, pictured here with a green Porsche (sold separately) and picket fence complete the "picture perfect" appeal.
In 2014, the property at 866 Fourth Street East sold for $861,000. After an extensive remodel and four years, that asking price is $1.872 million.
Homes in the 95476 zip code have shot up in value this past year, from a median sold price of around $4,500,000 to one well over $600,000.
The sale-to-list ratio here in the past 30 days was 102 percent with a median list price of $1.175 million.
What will this pretty Cape Cod home ultimately sell for? And will the Porsche be part of the deal?
Readers, your thoughts?
See the complete listing here.
Anna Marie Erwert writes from both the renter and new buyer perspective, having (finally) achieved both statuses. She focuses on national real estate trends, specializing in the San Francisco Bay Area and Pacific Northwest. Follow Anna on Twitter: @AnnaMarieErwert
Source : https://www.sfgate.com/realestate/article/866-4th-st-e-sonoma-cape-cod-remodel-13060469.php