23535 Windom St.
West Hills, CA 91304
Listed at $975,000!
Luxury private estate located on a cul-de-sac. This secluded paradise is nestled among soaring shade trees to provide the ultimate in tranquility. Double front door leads to living room with vaulted ceilings and stone tile entryway. Downstairs also features a bedroom and full bath and an entertainer’s living room with cozy fireplace, wet bar, wine fridge, and French doors to backyard. Kitchen features eat-in area and outdoor access through French doors. Upstairs features 3 total bedrooms and a library loft space. Spacious master bedroom features two closets and large ensuite bathroom with dual sinks and steam shower. Outdoor space features grass area, pool, spa, covered patio, and bbq area for gatherings and entertaining. Other upgrades and features include wood floors, dual pane windows, dual zone HVAC, recessed lights, direct access garage, tankless water heater, and Hunter Douglas cellular shades.
For more information, please feel free to reach out to me at 818.384.1622 or email ClarkSellsHomes@gmail.com
11376 Old Ranch Cir.
Chatsworth, CA 91311
Gorgeous end-unit townhome in the most wonderful of settings. This complex is located next to the beautiful Garden of the Gods state park and the unit is located in a quiet back section. This sought-after light & bright floor plan includes 2 upstairs bedrooms plus versatile loft area, open kitchen, dining area, private patio and large balcony. High-end upgrades over the past few years include granite counters and new luxurious soft-close cabinets in the kitchen, remodeled granite counters and custom fixtures in the bathrooms, and personal touches throughout. Photos and showings will be available in April.
For more information call Clark at 818.384.1622
What’s hot in real estate seems to be in a constant state of flux. Shag carpeting, parquet floors, and avocado green appliances are no longer popular. But there are new movements shaping the national and local markets. It’s hard to distill this into just a few, but here are some of the most significant trends that continue to impact the world of real estate. #MILLENIALS Millenials, adults under 34-ish, already account for the largest share of home buyers (32% last year according to NAR). Not only that, but millenial house purchases are expected to continue to increase as the economy improves and young folks begin to feel stable at work. Urbanization was a huge trend over the last decade as city centers exploded with new construction and an influx of young people. But perhaps the biggest change coming is the return to the suburbs. A new NAHB survey of people born after 1977 found that 66% want to live in the suburbs, 24% in rural areas, and only 10% in city centers. This is great news for the San Fernando Valley and suburbs around the country. #SuburbiaWins
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In the second half of the 20th century, the average size of houses more than doubled. Four to five bedrooms became the norm for new construction as larger and larger houses replaced the 3+1 bungalows of the 1950s here in Los Angeles and elsewhere in the country. But that trend is now reversing course. Many homebuyers are looking for smaller digs due to their many advantages: lower prices, less space to clean, and a simple way to purge or simplify. Some are even going to the extreme. The “Small House” movement has folks moving into homes under 500 square feet, sometimes even under 100 square feet! Some of these are professionally manufactured; some are totally
DIY. SHORT-TERM RENTALS ARE HERE TO STAY
Sites like vrbo.com and airbnb.com have made it easy for homeowners to lease out their properties for terms as short as one day. Initially this impacted the hotel industry as savvy tourists looked for bargains on these new websites. But the trend is also affecting the way some buyers and sellers view real estate. Is a property good for renting out short-term? Is it close to popular tourist attractions? Perhaps it has a separate entrance or guest house. These can be a great option for homeowners looking to profit from short-term rentals. Just be aware of the work and risks involved.
Clark Hill – Century 21
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Clark goes through the benefits of listing your property during the holiday season. Whether it be decreased competition or serious buyers still looking to purchase at a time of low inventory.
For all your real estate needs in the San Fernando Valley, please feel free to contact me at ClarkSellsHomes@gmail.com or call me at 818.491.0194