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4718 Rosemont Ave. La Crescenta: Most Expensive Home Sold in July 2019

The most expensive  home sold in July 2019, was 4718 Rosemont Ave. La Crescenta. This gorgeous family home was on the market for 43 days and sold to a cash buyer.  Originally listed for $1,550,000 this listing sold for $1,525,000 which was a little under asking price.  The sellers purchased this home in November of 1993 for $285,000.



Have you been in search of a family home with an open floor plan and all of the modern conveniences that you need to be able to entertain your guests in style? Well then look no further because 4718 Rosemont has everything you need! This fully-remodeled stunner screams class. A wainscoted formal dining room that leads to a chef’s kitchen featuring custom hand-crafted Shaker wood cabinetry and large center oak island with quartz countertops, farmhouse sink and stainless-steel appliances. Your spacious living room has French doors opening to the meticulously landscaped backyard where you can soak in your panoramic LaCrescenta mountain views.

Long day at the office? Retreat to your serene master suite where you will find an oversized walk-in closet (never fight for closet space again!), and the master bath with a generous soaking tub and rainfall stall shower. When you buy 4718 Rosemont Ave. La Crescenta, you’ll have the privilege of sending your kids to some of California’s highest rated public schools. And the convenience of being just 12 miles from downtown Los Angeles. Don’t let this one slip through your fingers.

“Millennial homebuyers are no longer a trend on the industry horizon. In fact, they are the new, first-time homebuyers of today. However, only about half of recent millennial buyers were satisfied with the number of options of available homes in their market or price range. Affordable housing continues to be a growing issue. 43% of those surveyed indicated they couldn’t afford to buy a new home or are concerned they won’t be able to.”-Frank Martell President and CEO of CoreLogic

For additional information regarding La Crescenta and home values, give Phyllis a call @ 818 790-7325

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