Like Living On A Cloud! This jewel like home located in the prestigious community of the Rancho Etiwanda Estates with a thrilling view from the master bedroom balcony with 180 degree view of the city. A master bedroom built on a masterly scale that accommodates the most lavish furnishings. Quiet Airy bedrooms upstairs that induce restful slumber. A real dreamy bedroom downstairs with it's now private entrance and full bath. A luxurious master bath with an oversize tube that includes 2 handy sinks. A living room that offers infinite adaptability to any decor with porcelain tile floors. A kitchen completely modernized with all the conveniences you've dreamed about with quartz counter tops, stainless steel appliances, a kitchen island with pendant lighting. A cozy dining room that is spacious but intimate. A backyard with a picturesque setting that has no equal with velvety lawn dotted with fine shrubs and grass that add a mellowed charm. Conveniently located near local schools and shopping center.View 12251 Alamo Drive
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