400 Suntree Lane #404
This is a beautifully undated single level condo in the desirable Suntree neighborhood. This spacious one bedroom, one bath condo features beautiful laminate wood floors throughout, updated kitchen with Quartz countertops, tile backsplash and newer appliances. The large living room with beautiful built ins and dining room provide ample space for entertaining and flow beautifully to the kitchen. The bedroom features a large closet as well as a private patio with a wonderful tree view, perfect for enjoying your morning coffee or to wind down in the evening. The large bathroom features a lovely granite vanity, a beautiful tile floor and relaxing tub and shower. The condo has tons of storage as well as interior laundry! It features a single car garage, a dedicated parking spot and plenty of guest parking. Enjoy the lovely pool, picnic area, volleyball and basketball areas, all among the beautifully landscaped grounds. The complex also offers additional parking. This would be a very special home for first time buyers as well as those looking to downsize.
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Pleasant Hill, once ranchland in the center of the Diablo Valley, combines small-town charm with a vibrant downtown. Pleasant Hill homes vary in size and style, with contemporary and traditional houses often exceeding 1,000 square feet.
Crescent Drive is home more than a dozen eateries that serve up a range of cuisine. A farmers' market in downtown Pleasant Hill operates Saturday mornings from May to November and offers cooking demonstrations, live music, and fresh-grown produce from more than 25 farmers.
A bustling community center is part of Pleasant Hill’s Recreation and Park District, as are the four parks and two pools. Las Juntas Open Space preserve includes a hiking and biking trail with vista views of Mount Diablo in the distance. Summertime festivals include the Blues & Brews Festival, wine tastings, American Iron Car Show, and the Sunset at the Lake Summer Concert Series. The Iron Horse Regional Trail, which follows the old Southern Pacific Railroad, provides biking, running, and hiking from Pleasanton to Concord.