Fantastic, secluded & entertaining all at once in Martinez.
An oasis like backyard setting featuring a large 0.29 of an Acre Lot w/ an attached 2 car-garage plus a loop driveway too. An RV-size side-yard offering unlimited options for the hobbyist in you.
Shelter in place happily with a sparkling pool and a lovely terraced deck. Entertain the family and the pets alike in a private environment.
Highlights also include an updated kitchen with dual fuel stove; Corian counters, glass backsplash and recess lighting to mention a few.
A Premium grade laminate in Family, Kitchen, Dining & Living room. Gas fireplace, laundry room and a 1/2 bath on the lower level.
Four bedrooms with large baths on the upper level. Stay nicely cool with AC, ceiling fans and a superior attic fan too.
Great location with short distances to outdoors, local trails, Charming Downtown, The Marina, Briones, Mount Wanda, La Veranda Restaurants/ Shopping and John Swett Elementary school.
Also, located within minutes from BART, Highway 4, 680, & I-80. A commuter dream comes true!
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Made famous by baseball player “Joltin’” Joe DiMaggio, Martinez is a family-oriented small city of more than 35,000 on the banks of the Carquinez Strait. First settled as a trading post in 1849, Martinez is one of the oldest cities in California. The gold rush, shipping, and railroad booms brought prosperity to this town at the gateway to the Delta. Mediterranean-, contemporary-, and traditional-styled homes in the city are situated on expansive lots of land. The tree-lined streets of downtown Martinez's shopping district, a popular destination, retain their charm. Today the vibe is low-key, relaxed, and friendly, with: a weekly farmers market; blues, wine and beer festivals; and a bounty of shopping and dining options. The city, which is the Contra Costa County seat, respects its heritage, with Sierra Club co-founder John Muir's 17-room Italianate home now a National Historic Site. Martinez has an ongoing "Adopt a Pioneer Grave Site," a volunteer program that maintains the historic Alhambra Cemetery. The city is home to a 15-court bocce ball park frequented by more than 1,500 regular players. The marina of Martinez Waterfront Park, which is within walking distance from downtown, does brisk business. Local parks provide tennis, softball fields, access to fishing, picnicking spots, and hiking and biking trails. A 10,000 square-foot skate park is a destination for skateboarders, BMX bikers, and rollerbladers. An Amtrak Station makes it simple to commute to Sacramento and Oakland.