Single-Family Home on Hillcrest Road, North Fork, Madera, CA
Property DescriptionFantastic investment opportunity or primary residence for any family. this property is minutes from the town of Northfork close to shopping centers, schools and medical facilities. Also a short commute to Madera and Fresno, this property has been very well maintained and is nesttled in Cascadel woods. this home features dual pane energy efficient windows, exterior vinyl siding and a metal roof for easy maintenance. This property also includes lots of interior storage cabinets and a wood stove with a raised hearth for those cool nights. For outdoors entertaining this property also features a grassy court yard, a horse hoe pit, a covered shuffleboard court and a spacious deck and two storage sheds. As a bonus seller is including the washer and dryer, FREE
- Property Type: Single-Family Home
- Year Built:1959
- Square Footage:1464.00
- Lot Size: 14134.00 SqFt (0.32 acres)
- Baths:1.00 (Shower)
- Siding / Exterior:Metal,Vinyl
- Features: Dual Pane Windows, Sprinklers Manual
- Air Conditioning / Heating:Floor or Wall Unit
- Water/Sewer:Septic Tank, Community Well
- Appliances:F/S Range/Oven, Disposal, Dishwasher, Eating Area
- School District:Chawanakee
- High School:Yosemite
- Junior High School:North Fork
- Grade School:North Fork
- Listing Broker:Adrian Gutierrez
- Listing Office:All State Homes Fresno
Amenities / Utilities
- Energy Efficiency
- 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.