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JUST REDUCED!! If What "YOU" Want, are VIEWS and a Feeling of Being on the Top of the World, while Looking Out at A Beautiful Mountain Range with Peek-a-Boo Lake Views, from a Single Story Home, Located on a Cul De Sac in Lomas Serenas, Escondido, that's Freeway Close and Only 1.9 Miles from Lake Hodges......THEN THIS IS YOUR FOREVER HOME!! Enjoy a Beautiful Mountain Range and Peak-a-boo Lake Hodges View from this 2477 SqFt, Single Story Home, Built in 1984. This 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath Freshly Painted Vintage home, has a Detached 3 car garage with a newly paved driveway that sits on a 34,848 SqFt lot. You'll enjoy Beautiful Wood Laminate Floors that Stretch from its Huge Wooden Double Door Entryway and flows throughout the dining room, kitchen, family room and a Hallway, lined with Storage cabinets and Countertops. Vaulted Ceilings and Large Wooden Beams run throughout the Entryway, Dining Room, Living Room and Master Bedroom. Gas Log Fireplaces are in both the Family room and Step Down Living Room and Every Bedroom has Large Sliding Closet Doors of Mirrored Glass. The Kitchen has Granite Counter Tops with Stainless Steel Appliances and a Mountain View from its Bay Window over the Sink. Too many amenities to mention. You'll fall in love with it when you see it!!
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An Overview of Escondido
Escondido, located in the northeastern corner of North County San Diego off Interstate 15, was incorporated in 1888 and is one of the oldest cities in San Diego County. Escondido lays in a shallow valley surrounded by rocky hills, giving it a distinct natural landscape that adds to the beauty and charm the city has to offer residents and visitors.
A Thriving, Growing Community
Escondido has a total area of 37 square miles, with some of the last available expanses of open land in San Diego County, which has sparked modest to rapid development and population growth in recent years. The city`s key neighborhoods include Downtown Escondido, which is comprised of commercial developments and shopping districts, and Old Escondido, which is made up of mostly single-family residential housing, with residential neighborhoods spreading out from the main downtown district into neighborhood blocks and countryside estates. Housing types include single-family detached residences, duplexes, and multi-family condominiums and apartments. Because of Escondido`s expanse of rural and available land, many properties have modest to large lot sizes.