Learn more about this property on Wilson Loop by contacting Realtor Karen Larson at (530) 644-4998.

Village Homes

Wilson Loop home offers seasonal views

By From page B1 | April 05, 2017

Ever dream of a vineyard in your backyard?

Look no further than this 2,200-square-foot home for sale on Wilson Loop in the Pleasant Valley area. The single story stucco home atop a hill on 5 acres boasts a thriving 3.5 acre vineyard with petite sirah and merlot grapes. Watch the seasons change on the vines and the trees from the large back deck, perhaps while enjoying a glass of your favorite vintage.

“The views are the wow factor of this home,” said Realtor Karen Larson, who pointed out that you can see Mt. Diablo on a clear day.

Built in the late 1970s the home underwent a major update about 20 years ago with other cosmetic changes made since. Guests walk through the front door into a great living room with a gas fireplace as its centerpiece and exposed beams on the ceiling. The open space allows heat and conversation to travel back to the kitchen, which has a gas range and oven, dishwasher, garbage disposal and ice maker plus plenty of counter and storage space, and the dining room — both of which have vineyard views via large, energy-efficient windows.

Down the carpeted hall are the home’s three bedrooms, two bathrooms and a comfortable office space. The master bedroom has unparalleled views of the vineyard and covered access to the back deck.

The Kelly Construction home has a two-car garage with plenty of storage and work space. Access it via the laundry room, which includes a half-bath — the perfect place to clean up after a long day tending the vines. Those grapes have a claim to fame, by the way. Some were sold to winery favored by Ronald and Nancy Reagan.

In addition to the vineyard, the well-maintained property features a gated and paved driveway with ample parking space. The front is surrounded by mature trees, giving homeowners and their guests privacy. A seating area in the front yard plus mature fruit trees on the side and a fenced-in garden add to the rural ambiance.

The home is within the Chrome Ridge Properties Association, the Gold Oak Union School District and the El Dorado Union High School District.

Noel Stack

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