Single-Family Home on Leisure Lane , Shaver Lake, Fresno, CA
Property DescriptionTake a look at this beautiful mountain home on over a half-acre in Shaver Lake's Sierra Cedars subdivision. Nestled in the forest at 5,600', this modern custom home has 4 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms and all of the modern conveniences today's discriminating buyer is looking for. It was built in 2007 with quality in mind through and through; with granite counter tops in the kitchen and bathrooms, tongue and groove vaulted ceiling in the sizable great room and a finished 4-car attached garage. There is decking galore for those cool summer days plus covered decking for those winter BBQ's. This quality property has been a vacation rental so the potential to offset ownership expenses is already in place! Come and take a look today! (Please do not disturb occupants, thank you!)
- Property Type: Single-Family Home
- Year Built:2007
- Square Footage:2400.00
- Lot Size: 24394.00 SqFt (0.56 acres)
- Baths:2.50 (Tub/Shower,Shower)
- Siding / Exterior:Wood
- Drive way:Atta
- Features: Covered, Uncovered, Wood Deck
- Air Conditioning / Heating:Central Heating
- Water/Sewer:Septic Tank, Community Well
- Appliances:Electric Appliances, Dishwasher, Breakfast Bar
- School District:Sierra
- High School:Sierra
- Junior High School:Foothill
- Grade School:Sierra
- Listing Broker:Dana Smith
- Listing Office:Coldwell Banker-Shaver Lake
Amenities / Utilities
- Tennis Court
A government loan program geared towards owner-occupied, first-time home buyers. Down payment can be as low as 3.5%. However, the buyer will have to pay the PMI (Principal Mortgage Insurance).
Down payment can be as low as 5%. For down payments lower than 20%, the buyer will have to pay PMI (Principal Mortgage Insurance). If the down payment is 20% or more, there will be no PMI charged to the buyer. When purchasing an owner-occupied property, interest rates may be lower as compared to purchasing an investment property. The limit for a conventional loan in Fresno County is $453,000. Loan limits are subject to change.
A loan above the conventional loan limit is considered a jumbo loan.