Ahambra Townhome for Sale – SOLD
320 North Marguerita #2, Alhambra California
List Price: $425,000
Sold Price: $413,000
Year Built: 1978
Bedrooms/Bathrooms: 3 bedrooms and 3 baths
Interior Square Footage – Data per Assessor: 1,724 sq. ft.
Parking – 2-Car Attached Garage
Home Owner Association Dues: $165 per month
A hard to find, very spacious 3 bedroom townhome in a small complex. This townhouse is situated in one of the most desirable Alhambra location.
As you open the double entry doors, you’ll find a spacious living room with cathedral ceilings, wet bar and fireplace. A large and private, covered patio awaits with space for gardening and perfect for that peaceful cup of coffee in the morning.
The living room leads to a sizable step-up dining room. Conveniently situated next to a full sized kitchen, this dining area makes it perfect for entertaining.
A guest bedroom is on the main level along with a guest bathroom with shower stall.
Upper level has two master suites. Each with their own bathroom and tons of closet space. Laundry closet with hook-ups for your washer and dryer is conveniently located in the hallway. As well as, additional linen closet with plenty of shelving and storage space.
A large, 2-car attached garage is on the bottom level of this tri-level home with its own private entry.
Alhambra California Information
A bit of Alhambra history:
Alhambra is actually named after the famous writer Washington Irving’s book called Tales of the Alhambra. The city was founded in 1903, where it started developing throughout its early years all the way up till now, with establishments such as Alhambra High School, and the Alhambra Fire Department.
Today, Alhambra is known for its eye-catching, historical craftsmanship of its homes, and for the people who immigrated to the city forming a unique melting pot.
As a result of the Chinese immigrating to Alhambra in the 1980s, there has been a large wave of Chinese Businesses booming. On Valley Boulevard there are Chinese shops, supermarkets, restaurants, banks, medical offices, and realtors. Every year on this street there is a festival called The San Gabriel Valley Lunar New Year Parade where majority Asian Americans celebrate Chinese New Year, where they wash away any bad times they held in the past, and hope for good prosperity in the new coming year.
Read more: Alhambra City Guide