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Welcome to 3013 Flora Vista, a contemporary townhome located in a beautiful courtyard. This bright two bedroom, one and a half bath Casitas "B" model boasts an open floorplan with fresh paint and new upstairs carpets. The quaint kitchen faces the courtyard. There are engineered wood floors in the entry, dining and living area. There is a convenient indoor laundry room with storage shelves and washer/dryer. The master bedroom suite has a private bath and a large closet. Remodeled upstairs bath with custom cabinets, quartz counters, his & her sinks, designer faucet/ light fixture, tile shower/tub enclosure and a tile floor. The spacious second bedroom faces the courtyard and has a walk-in closet. There are dual paned windows throughout along with a dual paned sliding door. The private backyard patio has mature landscaping and trees. The spacious two car garage has a roll-up door. The location is fantastic, close to the playground, swimming pools, clubhouse, walking/bike paths, parks, top schools, shopping center, bus lines, SF ferry and guest parking. HOA amenities include clubhouse, two swimming pools and RV parking. The monthly HOA dues are $433 and include water, hazard insurance, exterior and common grounds maintenace. The property was built in 1968 and has approximatley 1,180 square feet of living space per the public records.


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