23941 Sapphire Canyon Rd. ~ Diamond Bar
Incredible Layout In a Sought After Community
Sapphire Canyon is an extraordinary 4 bedroom/2 bathroom single family home nestled in the heart of Diamond Bar. This stunning home offers approximately 1,888 sq. ft. of living space on a nicely designed 8,759 sq. ft. lot. This footprint offers a great room, a spacious kitchen, and a formal family and dining room. Sapphire Canyon is nicely appointed with upgrades some of which include a gorgeous kitchen with granite countertops and updated appliances, fresh interior paint, tile flooring throughout entry, kitchen and family room, beautiful vaulted wood beam ceilings, crown molding, ceiling fans throughout, in addition to updated windows and doors and a remodeled master bath. The grounds are also stunning as they offer a spacious grass area, mature landscape, a wood covered patio, and perimeter fencing for additional privacy.
Additional Property Details:
|List Price:||$579,900||Sq. Feet:||1888|
|Baths:||2||Lost Size:||10,890 sq. ft.|
|MLS#:||Parking:||2 Car Attached|
|HOA:||$20 month||Schools:||Diamond Bar||Walnut|
Sapphire Canyon Rd., is located within in the Pomona Unified School District. Click on any of the images below, where you will be taken directly to the school district, or specific school websites.
Diamond Bar is a great place to call home… It’s convenient to schools, shopping and local freeways throughout. Check out all of the community features below on our Hyper Local website at www.NorthOrangeCountyMarketWatch.com. In addition to viewing the local amenities, you can compare schools from all over the country, view available properties, tract inventory, view closed sales and so much more…
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Last thought… Here is a special report that we have prepared to better help buyers like you reach their goals.
This months special report:
Purchasing a home involves getting to know a lot of financial terms and processes that most first-time homebuyers have never been exposed to. One of the most confusing is insurance. If you’ve never owned a home before, your familiarity with insurance most likely centers around auto insurance, health insurance, life insurance and, perhaps, renter’s insurance.
Even then, your level of familiarity may be minimal, if you are like most Americans. In fact, a mere 14 percent of those who have health insurance understand even the most basic insurance jargon, such as deductibles, co-payments and co-insurance, according to a study published in the Journal of Health Economics.
The various types of insurance required in the average real estate transaction are even less understood, so let’s take a look at them and get you up to speed.