Best wishes for a wonderful Thanksgiving weekend to my family, friends, clients and associates. May we all live with gratitude every day of the year.
Open House Sunday 11/27 1:00 – 4:00pm
Offered at $2,199,000
26335 Rio Avenue, Carmel on Carmel Point
Located on the “Jewel” known as Carmel Point, 26335 Rio Avenue is situated on a quiet block that runs parallel to Carmelo between 15th & 16th Avenue. What’s so terrific about this location? It’s by the beach! It’s just a couple blocks from Carmel River State Beach . . .
yet is not in the middle of the “beach going” crowds. The owners loved to walk to town for breakfast and then walk along Scenic taking in the amazing views. Cocktail hour? Mosey over to the Mission Ranch, have a drink, and look out at the lagoon. You might even have a “Clint” sighting!
But what about the house itself? Ok, you’ll be happy to know this is one of the most amazing homes on the Point (as in Carmel Point).
Not only architecturally stunning from the curb, the 3 bedroom, two bath residence provides an easy living lifestyle with superior features and finishes. You say you love to cook and entertain?
Voila! An amazing gourmet kitchen created by Al Saroyan, Carmel’s master builder complete with a pasta faucet on the gas range!
Romance is in the air for intimate dining in this lovely dining room with a gas fireplace. What a perfect place to serve that gourmet meal to your family and friends or the one you love.
For those that crave having a master suite on the main level – you are in luck again!! This home actually has two master suites one on the main level . . .
And one upstairs with a balcony . . .
and a fabulous master bath with a view of the mountains. Can’t you just imagine taking a nice soak in that jacuzzi tub and enjoying the view?
Where’s the bubble bath!!!
Topped off with an European inspired outdoor patio with gas fireplace . . .
Yes, this home has it all so what are you waiting for???? Come by and see it today or call me for a private showing. I’d love to meet you and share my love for Carmel.
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Open House 26005 Junipero Avenue, Carmel CA
Open Saturday 11/5 & Sunday 11/6
1:00 – 4:00 pm Offered at $1,998,000
I”m so excited to hold this amazing 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath 1,930 SF home open for OPEN HOUSE! For me this is the ideal Carmel home.
It’s very “Carmel” yet it’s almost 2000 SF. It’s like a “cottage” but it’s very much a “spacious home” with room for a formal dining area, fire places, high ceilings, skylights, and a huge (by Carmel standards) master suite.
And for those that love to entertain and test out their culinary chops, the remodeled kitchen won’t disappoint!
And no, the chef shouldn’t be stuck in the kitchen away from the party – this open floor plan allows everyone to enjoy the evening.
Doug Mack, one of our well-known builders, gutted and expanded this residence in 1994. In 2002 the owners then made some additional upgrades by remodeling the kitchen and baths and adding hardwood floors to many of the rooms.
For the man of the house there is an over-sized garage and everyone will enjoy the lovely gardens and patio.
I’m really looking forward to my Open Houses here this weekend . . . I hope you’ll come by to see this lovely home and chat about Carmel real estate. Of course, the best part is I’ll get to see Mikey again!
Living the Monterey Peninsula Lifestyle
My husband and I moved down here from San Francisco 17 years ago and ever since then, it’s been like we’ve been on a perennial vacation! What ‘s great is you don’t have to put aside a whole week to get away somewhere to become refreshed, relaxed, and replenished – all you need is a few hours! It was our dream to move here for years. Whether you live in Carmel, Pebble Beach, Pacific Grove, or Monterey. Natural beauty and “vacation living” is close by and lots of time spur of the moment!
For instance leaving work this afternoon on a warm, sunny, beautiful afternoon about 1:00pm, I decided to give my other half a call. Being very hungry and about to go grab a sandwich at the 5th Avenue Deli in Carmel, I thought my hubby might still be available for lunch. As it turned out he was just heading home from a round of golf and was delighted to contemplate a lovely Friday afternoon meal at Schooner’s which I suggested would be a great way to end the week. (Of course, as a realtor, my week never really ends and I will be working both Saturday and Sunday- which is the reason I need to constantly sprinkle in “vacation time” when I can get it!)
My point is – we had an amazing afternoon bathed in sunshine and dining on seafood while scanning the bay for otters, kayaks, and cormorants. Most people would have to drive for hours to get an enjoyable afternoon like this – we only had to drive about 12 blocks from our home.
For Allan our lunch was his “19th Hole” having just finished a round of golf. For me it was a nice reward for completing work and errands. I was able to spend the morning getting ads created, preparation for a listing presentation, calls to clients made, and getting prepared for my weekend open houses. I even had time to run by Pac Rep to return my Centennial parade costume!
If you don’t live here and are reading this, consider living in this amazing place. We certainly have never been sorry to have settled in God’s country on the Monterey Peninsula.
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