10871 Howard Dallies Jr Cr, Garden Grove 92843

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10871 Howard Dallies Jr Cr, Garden Grove 92843


LIST PRICE:   $679,000 

BED / BATH: 4/2,0,1,0
SQFT(src): 1,924 (A)
PRICE PER SQFT: $352.91
LOT(src): 0.0621/2,704 (A)
LEVELS: Two
GARAGE: 2/Attached
YEAR BUILT(src): 2004 (ASR)
PROP SUB TYPE: SFR (D)
DOM / CDOM: 5/5
SLC: Standard
PARCEL #: 09970109
LISTING ID: PW18167238

(New Listing by Jason Ma, PhD & Company)

Beautiful newer two-story SFR home in a nice, private and quiet Garden Grove neighborhood. This home features 4 bedrooms & 2.5 bathrooms, which boast almost 2000 square feet living space. This home is centrally located near Euclid Park, Community Center Park, Garden Grove Library, Garden Grove High School, Coastline Community College, California State University of Fullerton-Satellite Campus, Concord University, Civic Center, Church, Police Station, Fire Department, Costco, DaLat Supermarket, Restaurants and much more. This gorgeous SFR home won't last!!!

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8/9/2019
1: Decide to Buy - 2: Hire Your Agent - 3: Secure Financing - 4: Find Your Home - 5: Make an Offer - 6: Perform Due Diligence - 7: Close - 8: Protect Your Investment
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