a property presented by Liana Dickson
4503 whitecliff way, richmond offered for $699,000


Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 2
Square Footage: 1587 sf
Lot Size: 7000 sf
Year Built: 1958

Welcome to your timeless oasis in the heart of May Valley. This picturesque three-bedroom, two-bathroom vintage home exudes classic charm with original touches, nestled on a spacious corner lot. As you step into the light and bright living room, you're greeted by the warmth of natural light pouring in through large windows. Whether it's a cozy evening in or entertaining guests, this inviting space sets the perfect ambiance. The large eat-in kitchen beckons culinary adventures with room for a dining table, ideal for family meals or gatherings with friends. Discover the joy of cooking amidst the vintage charm of this delightful kitchen. Retreat to the comfort of three bedrooms, each offering a tranquil haven for relaxation. The primary suite features its own private bathroom and access to the backyard, providing a serene escape at the end of the day. Outside, the expansive corner lot offers endless possibilities for outdoor enjoyment and recreation. Imagine summer barbecues, gardening ventures, or simply basking in the sunshine in your own private sanctuary. Conveniently equipped with a two-car garage, parking is a breeze, providing added convenience for busy lifestyles. Don't miss this rare opportunity to own a piece of Richmond's history with this charming vintage home.

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Founded and incorporated in 1905, Richmond has always been a city with an industrial background. During World War II, Richmond, base of the Kaiser Shipyards, was mainly oriented to shipbuilding. At the end of the war, with several big-name businesses relocating to Richmond, Port Richmond became a major seaport, and is now a significant part of Richmond’s economy. Beginning in the 1980s, in an effort to turn the abandoned shipyards into a residential area, Richmond shifted gears and began focusing on redeveloping the city into a residential and retail friendly environment.

Today, over 100,000 people call Richmond home. The city includes several shopping centers, a bustling downtown area, beautiful parks, including Point Isabel and Miller Knox Regional Park, and the Rosie the Riveter/World War II Home Front National Historical Park.

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