Sold / CA / Ventura County / Camarillo / 93012 / 6252 Paseo Encantada

6252 Paseo Encantada Camarillo, CA 93012-9444

  • Sold

  1. 2 beds
  2. 2 full, 0 partial baths
  3. 1,021 sq ft
  4. 0 sq ft lot
  5. HOA $310/mo
Fully upgraded contemporary condo in the charming Camarillo Springs gated community. This desirable corner location has mountain views and a tree lined greenbelt outside the privacy fenced patio. Enjoy the open concept living room, dining area, and kitchen featuring stunning quartzite countertops and modern cabinetry highlighted by a built-in custom wine rack and coffee bar. Both generously sized bedrooms feature custom closets. The attached 2 car garage features custom shelving and wood cabinets with countertop for tools and tinkering. Extra parking is conveniently located for guests. Community maintains 1 pool, 2 spas, a BBQ area, a gym, RV lot, and a clubhouse. Enjoy quick freeway access, the beautiful nature trails of Camarillo Springs, and brunch down the street at Hidden Cafe. This must-see home will go fast! Offers due 3/15/21 at 12 noon.
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Property details

Stories
1
Bedrooms
2
Bathrooms
2 full, 0 partial
Square footage
1,021 sq ft
Lot size
0 sq ft lot
Year built
1992
HOA fees
$310/mo
Type
Condo
Roof type
Clay Tile
Topography
Level
Materials
Stucco
Fencing
Full
Pool
Community
Parking spaces
Garage (2), Carport (0), Uncovered (0)
Garage type
Attached
Heat source
Natural Gas
Heat equipment
Forced Air Unit
Cooling
Central Forced Air
Laundry location
Laundry Room
Laundry utilities
Gas
Age restrictions
None

Included features

Garage Door Opener, Range/Oven, Dishwasher, Garbage Disposal, Microwave, Refrigerator

Listing information

MLS #
V1-4414
APN
234-0-300-635

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Location

Neighborhood
Miramonte
County
Ventura County
6252 Paseo Encantada, Camarillo, CA 93012-9444

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