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Tracy Pina presents:

Beautiful Almaden Valley Home


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5 Bedrooms | 2.5. Baths | 2,713 sq ft | 8,305 sq ft lot | 3 car garage


Sun-filled wonderful home in the amazing Orchard Creek neighborhood with a large backyard and pool, just in time for summer!

Walk/bike to all three top schools of Williams Elementary, Bret Harte Middle, and Leland High School.

Excellent floor plan with hardwood floors,vaulted ceilings, open hallways upstairs, and large bedrooms. The kitchen features granite countertops with ample workspace, solid wood cabinets, lots of storage, an induction stovetop for fast heating and superb simmering and a garden window overlooking the backyard.

Upstairs, the oversized bonus room with vaulted ceilings and sliding door to balcony offers extra family space and is perfect for working from home or remote learning.


Upgrades: Copper plumbing, Roof and Gutters 2020, Side Fencing 2019 & 2020, Newer AC, Newer Water Heater, Garage Doors 2018, Front Door 2011, Kitchen & Hardwood Floors 2005

The home interior has been freshly repainted and the seller has made  many repairs, see full disclosures and reports at... https://app.disclosures.io/link/1114-McIntosh-Creek-Drive-r2zak4yc

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Contact Tracy Pina
(408) 460-0861
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Tracy Pina

Coldwell Banker Realty

Broker Associate / Realtor®

President's Circle

DRE# 01401384

408.460.0861 office


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1114 McIntosh Creek Drive

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