1835 S Norma Ln. Anaheim

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1835 S Norma Ln. Anaheim

Anaheim Resort Community - Outstanding Remodeled Single Level Home with newer roof, newer windows, newer family room slider, newer side entry door, newer stucco, newer exterior paint, and recently remodeled bath. This amazing property is located in the Anaheim Resort Community Area features nightly fireworks viewable from the beautiful front yard. The magnificent backyard is truly a tropical garden oasis with bubbling luxury 6-person Sundance hot tub Jacuzzi, Sago palms, Birds of Paradise flowers. Front & Rear Landscaping, fabulous Curb Appeal, One of Anaheim's Most Desirable Neighborhoods. Near Schools, Anaheim Convention Center, Disneyland, City Park and Freeways, Garden Walks, Downtown Disney, The Blocks. And within walking Distance To Stoddard Elementary and Stoddard Park.

Property Features:
1835 S Norma Ln. 
Anaheim, CA. 92802

3 Bedrooms 
2 Bathrooms 
1,500 SQ FT Living Space
7,200 SQ FT Lot Size
Family Room | Living Room | Laundry Room 
Luxury 6-Person Hot Tub Jacuzzi
Attached 2-Car Garage

Asking Price: $575,000.00

Jason Ma, PhD
Broker & Principal
Jason Ma, PhD & Company | Keller Williams
Costa Mesa Office:
3100 Bristol St.., Suite 150
Costa Mesa, CA. 92626
Newport Beach Office:
800 Newport Center Dr., Suite 150
Newport Beach, CA. 92660
#JasonMaPhD #RealEstateDoctor

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