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429 N 13th St., San Jose, CA 95112

Listing Price: $650,000 | Beds: 4 | Baths: 3 | Sq. Ft.: 1,248 | Lot Size: 5,750 Sq ft

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Wonderful, updated & charming post-war bungalow located in one of San Jose's trendy downtown neighborhoods. Just 1 block to Backesto Park with it's tennis, basketball & squash courts (perfect for exercising), or a short stroll to Japantown, restaurants & shopping! Offering dual paned windows, laminated wood flooring, updated bathrooms, recent interior paint & a separate 1bed/1bath granny-unit off the detached garage. A recent master bedroom addition provides a spacious & well designed retreat. A large front living room is great as an office, den or additional bedroom. Ample space for extra parking or recreational vehicles! Great commuter location close to the future Berryessa BART station, CalTrain, freeways, San Jose Int’l Airport. Numerous local shopping, dining & entertainment options include trendy San Pedro Square, Whole foods, Trader Joes, HP Pavillion (Go Sharks!), Tech Museum & much more. Great investment opportunity with detached unit in back, or make this the perfect place to live!


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Central San Jose

Central San Jose is comprised of a variety of neighborhoods including the Downtown area of San Jose, as well as neighborhoods just outside the city center along San Carlos Avenue as well as The Alameda. Downtown San Jose is comprised of numerous neighborhoods scattered throughout the downtown core located between highways 280 to the south, 87 to the west and 101 to the north-east. Living within the downtown districts consists of a diverse variety of residential options including new & modern high-rise condominiums, city lofts, planned unit developments, historical neighborhoods and mid-century suburban sprawl.

In the last decade, the city of San Jose has focused its resources on developing its urban core with a mixture of housing, jobs, entertainment destinations and transportation options that make it not only an interesting place to live, but a sound financial investment. Within a 12 block area, there are over 100 restaurants and bars ranging from sushi to American steak houses to salsa bars. A dozen major venues that include the Civic Auditorium, the San Jose Convention Center, the new city hall, the Repertory Theater, HP Pavilion (home of the NHL San Jose Sharks), Center for the Performing Arts, the Silicon Valley Ballet, Children’s Discovery Museum, and the Tech Museum. All are within easy walking distance of most residential neighborhoods.

San Jose State University, one of our many our local colleges, anchors the downtown area bringing with it a diversity of students, faculty and a world class library open to the public. For little ones and the young at heart, the Tech Museum of Innovation and the Children’s Discovery Museum are nationally recognized gems within downtown’s urban center.

Cesar Chavez Plaza is a favorite spot for community celebrations, and the city’s calendar is filled with special events including the Jazz Festival, Music in the Park, Tapestry Arts Festival, and the San Jose Grand Prix.

There is a place for everyone in downtown San Jose. Whether you are looking for a loft with soaring ceilings, a high-rise penthouse with sweeping views of the city, a historical bungalow from the early 1920’s, or a more contemporary traditional townhouse for a growing family – there is a floor plan that will meet your needs.

BradListing Agent - Brad Gill

E: Brad@EagleHomeGroup.com P: 408-204-7699

If I’ve learned anything from being in this industry for over a decade now, it’s that real estate professionals play an integral role in the course of any real estate transaction. But in order to be effective as an agent, and provide the highest level of service, one should be a great listener, a strong negotiator, a problem solver, and quick to embrace new technologies that assist in streamlining the transaction process.

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WandaYour Agent - Wanda Klor

Wanda began her career in Real Estate in 1989 with the premier company at the time, Cornish & Carey. When that company was bought by Coldwell Banker years later, she stayed. Wanda became aware that to truly serve her clients, she needed to join forces with a more technologically progressive local company who wasn’t just looking out for the company’s bottom line. After doing much research, Wanda found Realty World to be a perfect fit and has never looked back!

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