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7165 Yorktown Dr., Gilroy, CA 95020
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This bright & spacious executive home is located in the quiet and serene Hidden Glen of Gilroy neighborhood which is known for it's mature tree-lined streets and close proximity to Gilroy High School, Uvas Park and Christmas Hill Park, home of the world famous Gilroy Garlic Festival. This home features a contemporary floor plan, the first level consists of a large formal living & dining room, kitchen opening to an informal dining area and well-sized family room, a full bedroom & bathroom, laundry and access to the 3-car garage. Upstairs features four additional bedrooms including a large master suite with 2 closets and an ensuite bathroom. All bedrooms are well-sized and several feature large walk-in closets.
This home has been exceptionally well maintained and recently updated with tile and laminate throughout the lower level, new carpeting upstairs, new interior paint throughout, & more. The kitchen features new granite-slab countertops & backsplash, stainless steel appliances, refinished cabinets, a large pantry, breakfast bar & informal dining nook. The separate indoor laundry room is well sized providing room for full-size side-by-side washer & dryer as well as additional cabinetry. Additional highlights include dual-zone forced air heat and air-conditioning, electric vehicle charging station in garage, and a spacious and private backyard with pergola & fruit trees.
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Gilroy is the ""Garlic Capital of the World."" And ranking as one of the top cities for quality of life in Bay Area, this community offers a peaceful residential environment, award-winning parks, golf course and recreation programs, and is well know for its ""urban forest,"" for which the City has won Tree City USA awards annually since 1979. And located in south Santa Clara County, Gilroy is centrally located within a short driving distance of Monterey Bay, Santa Cruz, the Central Valley, and the San Francisco Bay Area.
Gilroy is also known for several community hotspots including it’s quaint charming downtown district along Monterey St offering sidewalk cafes, coffee houses & trendy boutiques; the delightful Gilroy Gardens Theme-park, California's only horticulture theme park featuring 22 rides and five attractions; the fashionable Gilroy Premium Outlets featuring 145 brand-name stores; and several championship golf courses including Corde Valle in San Martin.
In downtown Gilroy, new vitality and a healthy respect for history make for a lively and interesting town center. Mature neighborhoods blend with newer homes to create an ambient atmosphere for residential areas, served by nearby schools, parks and churches, and just the right combination of rural and suburban amenities.
Gilroy also offers 12 parks, from 1/8 to 125 acres in size, and has won more park design awards from the California Park and Recreation Society than any other city in California, including awards for Christmas Hill Park (home of the Garlic Festival), Las Animas Park, San Ysidro Park, and El Roble Park. New facilities include 2 neighborhood parks adjacent to Luigi Aprea School and Rod Kelley School. A recent addition to the city's park system is the Uvas Creek Park Preserve. When complete, this 125-acre creek restoration project will enhance the city's quality of life with a beautiful natural riparian corridor, nature trails, and an interpretive center.
Gilroy's climate strikes a pleasant balance between hot and cold, wet and dry, making it perfect for agriculture and recreation. Nestled between the Diablo and Santa Cruz mountains in the Santa Clara Valley, Gilroy residents enjoy mild temperatures, while missing most of the coastal fog. A state climatology report says up to 70% of Gilroy's days are sunny, with average rainfall of about 19.11 inches.
Boasting over a dozen wineries, numerous county parks, breathtaking vineyard landscapes, large equestrian centers, open pastures and micro-farms, this is a community where life slows down to country-speed, where the landscape is dominated by natural rural beauty.
E: Brad@EagleHomeGroup.com P: 408-204-7699
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