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Becky Cusack presents:

Immaculate Harbor Bay Isle Home

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This home has the very best of what Harbor Bay has to offer. 

This large, move-in ready home is updated and impeccable.


2214 Sq Feet
2600 Sq Foot Lot
4 Bedrooms
2.5 Bathrooms
Updated Kitchen and Bathrooms
Laundry Area on Second Floor
Lofted Office Area
2 Car Garage
Central Air Conditioning Large Backyard with a Newly Constructed Privacy Fence
Hot Tub in Backyard - Only One in Costa Brava
New Privacy Fence in Back Yard
Community Pool/Hot Tub 1 Block Away
Clean Pest Report ~ Impeccable Condition
Close to walking and biking Bay Trails, Parks, Shopping/Restaurants, Ferry to SF, and Top-Rated K-8 School!

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(510) 220-5468
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Becky Cusack

Golden Gate Sotheby's International Realty



DRE# 01457434

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