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Location, amenities & value for $189K
Curran Grove foreclosure offers a lot
Carol Bragan of Bragan Realty shows off the porch of the home for sale at 179 Dyer Avenue for $189,900.
You want a newer home with all the architectural touches but not a Mellos-Roos tax?

Want a house that’s about the right size at 1,921 square feet but don’t want a huge yard to maintain or worry about being surrounded by two-story homes to minimize your privacy?

Do you like the idea of a swimming pool to cool down but don’t want to worry about large upkeep costs?

Are you looking for a home that is close to everything from shopping and restaurants to parks to elementary and high schools as well as downtown and health care that you could realistically walk to reach?

Want a place to live where your kids can hit a BMX track, play Little League baseball, swim on a competitive recreation team, and take advantage of two different playgrounds among other things without you playing chauffeur?

Is it important you have three bedrooms, a spacious master suite, a large open family room, a large den, formal living room and a large open kitchen in a home with a tile roof and energy efficient windows?

And do you want it all at foreclosure pricing?

If you do, Bragan Realty this week was able to list a foreclosure just cleared by a bank for sale at 179 Dyer Avenue in the Curran Grove neighborhood that has all that and more for $189,900.

The neighborhood of 177 homes where the first houses were built just over 10 years ago is a truly unique infill development. It is where the Spreckels Sugar almond orchard stood for years on the southeast corner of Yosemite and Powers avenues.

It is right next door to the Spreckels Park employment center and retail stores and a block from Spreckels Avenue which connects you quickly to other points in Manteca whether it is by car or via separated bicycle paths. It is also within a half mile of the Highway 99/Yosemite Avenue interchange.

The planned development restricted all homes in the neighborhood to one-story. That means no you can ever add a second story which ensures privacy.

There is also only two ways into the neighborhood from surrounding streets to minimize outside traffic.
There is a large porch in the front of the home while the main entrance is recessed from the front elevation. The home has a fireplace.

The swimming pool is narrower than a standard pool but bigger than a lap pool making it a right-sized “play pool” that is good for cooling off without as much water use or maintenance. There is also a solar system for hot water.

For more information contact Bragan at 481-3540.