Could You Imagine Buying Into A Turn-Key 3BR/(FULL)3BA Mediterranean, In *Award Winning* San Elijo’s Coveted “Cedar Crossing,” Which Could Easily Be Converted Into A 5BR .. Without Having To Add On?”
WHAT WE LOVE: *Layout is primed for a family on the grow as the opt 4th BR and 3Rd bay in the tandem garage could both be augmented into bedrooms *Spatial mountain views off back greenbelt *Custom brick hardscape featuring a built in BBQ *Decorated w/ buyer preferred finishes throughout including 2ft Travertine, wood floors, solid wood details, crown, granite counters by a wall of SW’erly facing windows drenching the home in natural light. It’s a RARE FEELING to be able to pull off the main road, dip into and through San Elijo’s storybook village square, make a few quick turns and be pulling into your own custom Mediterranean in one of San Diego’s most coveted, award winning neighborhoods, on your own cul-de-sac street, with a view. Not all homes on the neighborhood are created equal. For example, most have the more standard, 2 ½ bath layout, while this one has a FULL 3rd bath. Again, this one has a FULL 3 car garage, while most only have a 2, and this 3rd tandem bay is where things could get really interesting. You could imagine buying into a 3BR home, with a 3BR price, and with some pretty minor upgrades, walk away with a 5BR home (and not have to amalgamate the overall footprint)! But the home is immaculate ALL BY ITSELF without all that even in consideration and is already updated to the nines with finishes the pickiest of buyers will appreciate. I already mentioned the oversized, 24×24 Travertine floors, granite counters in all bathrooms and the laundry room (which is upstairs for great convenience). At the upstairs landing sits a perfectly located loft, ideal for lounging away from company while watching a movie or turning down with a good book. The master suite features a double door entry atop the stairs, has a sitting area of its own adjacent, with a wall of windows previewing open chaparral & mountainous views for days. One of the most interesting value adds is the location. There’s many newer neighborhoods which have popped up in San Elijo since 2001 when this home was built, but few offer walking distance right to school or shopping at town square.