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Charming new construction (2022) home and ADU in sought after Almond-Shuey neighborhood. 2,478 square feet. 6 bedrooms, 5 baths. High-end finishes. Hardwood floors throughout. Smooth walls. Gourmet kitchens, with microwave drawer, wine refrigerators, Islands, granite counters, Italian gas ranges. Tall ceilings. Central HVAC. Includes separate 2 bed/2bath ADU. Best downtown Walnut Creek location. Less than 1/2 mile to BART. Walk to all of downtown Walnut Creek’s restaurants & stores. 2 blocks to Lesher Center for the Arts. Close by 680/24. Quiet Street. Two 1-car garages plus lots of driveway parking. Walkscore of 86. Light and bright. Can convert the 2nd floor area (423 sf) to a 1 bedroom/1 bath 2nd ADU to have 3 total units. If you do not need all the space you can live in one unit and rent out the other two to pay for most of the mortgage. Top Walnut Creek Schools in Walnut Creek & Acalanes School Districts.
8/20/22 2-4; 8/21/22 2-4
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Walnut Creek, with its close proximity to Oakland and Mount Diablo, provides access to a vibrant downtown full of chic shops, quality schools, and good job opportunities at East Bay high-tech companies. Homes feature sprawling lots, more than three bedrooms, and are built in Mediterranean, traditional, and contemporary styles.
Shopping abounds in Walnut Creek's Broadway Plaza, an open-air regional shopping mall in the heart of downtown. This popular commercial district combines small boutiques with upscale shopping experiences at Coach and Nordstrom. Dining at Bradley Ogden's famed Lark Creek and the Walnut Creek Yacht Club or enjoying the Walnut Creek Wine Walk is part of the downtown experience.
The Lesher Center for the Arts is the cultural center of Walnut Creek and presents hundreds of events each year — including musicals by local theater groups, and concerts by Diablo Symphony Orchestra and the Contra Costa Chamber Orchestra.
Walnut Creek’s 15 parks feature picnic areas, dog parks, and soccer fields. A skate park serves the city’s skateboarders, and the Butterfly Habitat Gardens in Civic Park is home to bring 25 species of butterflies and more than 100 species of California plants.