4 Homes You Can Virtually Tour Now

216 West Clark Street Exterior

Take a virtual tour of a charming 1912 home in historic Redlands and fall in love with the original details plus modern upgrades. Then virtually travel to Sierra Madre and explore a shingle-sided craftsman/ranch style abode.

Redlands | Remodeled 1912 Home

216 West Clark Street | $549,000

Within close proximity to downtown Redlands, Olive Market, Prospect Park and the Redlands Bowl, you won’t want to miss this adorable 1912 house in a beautiful neighborhood of historic Redlands. While keeping all of its original character intact, the house has been recently renovated, adding modern luxuries to old world charm. The home has been thoughtfully updated from corner to corner with a new roof, electrical rewiring, new plumbing, new central HVAC system, a tankless water heater, refinished bathrooms and a beautiful kitchen. The picturesque front porch you leads into the formal living room. From there you will ease your way into the quaint dining room with a full view of the bright and airy kitchen.

Sierra Madre | Updated 1947 Bungalow

89 West Bonita Avenue | $929,800

Your search for the ultimate safe haven ends here at this three bedroom, shingle-sided craftsman/ranch that will be home at first sight. Anchored by a magnificent Magnolia tree, an expanse of lush green grass rolls up to a covered front veranda where you can sip tea or lemonade and watch the world go by. Upon entering the home, you’ll be charmed by its clean lines and colors that calm. An inviting fireplace and large picture windows grace an open concept living/dining room. The vibe is warm and livable with upgrades that include wood floors, a newer kitchen with granite counters and stainless steel appliances, and remodeled baths.

Eastvale | Contemporary Pool Home

6727 Icelandic Street | $595,000

With an open floor plan, this four bedroom, three bathroom home is light, bright, airy and is laid out for ultimate comfort and enjoyment. As you enter, you’ll be greeted by the large open living room, and delighted by the kitchen with its giant island, newly finished cabinets, brand new appliances and stunning quartz countertops. You’ll love the built in speakers for listening to tunes while you cozy up next to the family room fireplace, or gather with friends in the dining room. Upstairs you will find three bedrooms, full bathroom, laundry room and a large master with en suite bathroom, featuring a soaking tub, shower and walk-in closet.

Glendale | Five-Unit Apartment Complex

1203 Stanley Avenue | $1,750,000

Excellent opportunity to acquire a five-unit apartment building located in the City of Glendale. This property is in an excellent location near shopping, restaurants, Glendale Adventist Hospital and all that the exciting things Glendale has to offer. The units are fully occupied with good, long-term tenants who love where they live. Offers spacious two bedroom, two bath units. One unit has a den and functions as a three bedroom unit. The property features on-site parking, on-site laundry with new commercial machines (lease to be assumed by buyer) and storage.

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