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Norco Home Sold By Steeber Real Estate Group
Dated: November 3 2017
115 East Street, Norco CA 92860
Michele Steeber, local Real Estate Agent sold this home representing the seller.
This very unique home located in old town Norco has a great location near to the Ingalls Equestrian Center where many wonderful events take place on a weekly basis. This home was listed by Michele Steeber of the Steeber Real Estate Group with Keller Williams Realty and just closed escrow in October 2017. This 4 bedroom home in Norco had its own separate mother in law quarters. This wonderful home was taken down to the studs and lovingly put back to better than new. The seller used 100 year old barn wood to adorn her kitchen, bathrooms and bedrooms with. The laundry room has a custom doggy bath and an electric drying closest. This all electric house has 3 ductless air conditioners that keeps the house cool while keeping the electric bills low. The property enjoys fabulous views with natural rock formations on over 1/2 acre horse property. The best part is the seller had an array of fruit trees and gardens that the buyer completely appreciated and loved. When Michele had to finally say goodbye to the seller, she presented her with a gift. "I was taken a back as her token of appreciation meant more to me then she will ever know. I love my clients and always am glad when they appreciate how hard I work for them to help them realize their dreams," says Michele.
To have Michele Steeber help you realize your real estate dreams, contact her at 951-642-0227.
Michele has been a licensed Real Estate Agent since 1989. Michele is a seasoned Realtor who has sold over $100 million dollars worth of real estate. She has helped buyers, sellers, investors and shor....
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