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17-year-old Woodward Park neighborhood home
$1.199 million house
This is Manteca’s first $1 million plus resale tract home.

It sold new for $496,500 in 2004.

Now, 17 years later, it has shattered all sales marks for resale tract homes in Manteca.

It’s an Atherton Homes built house on the Iris Place cul-de-sac that after 21 days on the market secured an offer of $1,199,900. That reflects a 142 percent increase in 17 years.

The home roughly two blocks southeast of Woodward Park tops the previous record for a resale tract home within the city limits of $999,999 in the Fox Chase neighborhood southwest of Atherton Drive and Woodward Avenue that was built in 2018 as a model home.

The $1.199 million home is the 4,199-square-foot Atherton Homes model some in 2004 dubbed “the rotunda house” due to its grand entry hall.

It features six bedrooms plus four bathrooms that have all been remodeled. There is a three car-garage.

Perhaps the most stunning feature of Manteca’s first $1 million plus resale is how the quarter of an acre lot has been finished.

It features a sweeping outdoor living area with a poolside outdoor kitchen and bar. The large swimming pool features two waterfalls including a grotto.

There is extensive finished textured concrete work accented with stone and tile. Numerous palm trees finish off the South Pacific feel.

The portion of the backyard where there is a lawn includes a Tahitian-style gazebo.

There are two other Manteca homes with pending offers in excess of $900,000.

That includes a five bedroom, three bathroom home with 3,105 square feet of living space on Indianapolis Court that’s in an Evans Estate neighborhood on a 10,842-square-foot lot built in 2018 with a pending offer of $999,000.

There are four resale tract homes currently listed in Manteca for more than $900,000.

The $1,199,000 price point may be new for Manteca but its old hat for Mountain House.

The planned community west of Tracy on the Alameda County line as of Friday had 10 resale and new homes in escrow for $1,990,000ormore.

That includes a new home with five bedrooms and four bathrooms with 3,490 square feet of living space on a quarter of an acre in escrow for $1,385,000.

There were no homes in Mountain House 20 years ago.


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