New Listing: 925 Junipero Dr - Think RE*Link: San Gabriel Valley Real Estate

Posted by | August 10, 2010 | Duarte, Previous Listings | One Comment
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This condo is in pristine condition & was remodeled in 2010! This home is located in one of the best areas in the wonderful city of Duarte. Featuring designer colors, a totally remodeled kitchen with granite counter tops, and a very spacious living room. This property also has a lovely dining area & is in move in condition. Newly painted, new carpet, lovely wood laminate floors, & updated bathrooms. This property has a garage & storage area conveniently accessible from the patio. There is a sparkling community pool & clubhouse. This home also has a designated uncovered parking space & plenty of additional parking right across the street. The walking/jogging trail is located across the way for those lovely summer walks in the evening! DirectTV ready and minutes away from everything from trails, to beautiful parks, the 605 & 210 freeways, shopping, restaurants, & recreation areas. This property is the best deal in town for the price & perfect for a 1st time buyer!

  • $209,000
  • 3 Bed, 1 1/2 Bath
  • Remodeled Kitchen w/ Granite Counter Tops
  • New Paint ¬†& ¬†Carpet
  • 1,178 Sq. Ft. Living Space (Per Assessor)
  • Built in 1973
  • HOA Dues: $206/month

About Ryan Asao

Ryan Asao is a Monrovia real estate agent and founder of Think RE*Link. Ryan currently serves as President of his local BNI and Toastmasters chapter and is a board member of the National Association of Hispanic Real Estate Professionals - MSELA Chapter and Mt. San Antonio College Foundation. He is also President Emeritus of the Arcadia Association of Realtors. When he's not working, Ryan is deeply involved with the activities of his family, volunteering with local schools and soccer organizations.

One Comment

  • Narayan says:

    Ask yourself the quisoetn, do you even know much electrial engineering now.Unless you have kept going doing something with it you are not likely to be as good as when you graduated.The U.S. Navy wants engineers, they send you to graduate school to study a little nuclear engineering, and you end up on a sub under water for about 6 months at a time. But, you do get engineering experience.

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