COMING SOON - Two Homes On One Lot - 1855 S Fern Ave, Ontario, CA. 91762 | Asking: $950,000.00

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COMING SOON - Two Homes On One Lot - 1855 S Fern Ave, Ontario, CA. 91762 | Asking: $950,000.00

Coming Soon To The Market!!! Two Homes On One Lot.
1855 S Fern Ave, Ontario, CA. 91762 | List Price: $950,000.00

Gorgeous newer main home was built in 2016 & guest house was built in 2019 and located in the highly desirable City of Ontario. The guest house features 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms and the stunning main house features 4 bedrooms, 1 den and 2.5 bathrooms. The kitchen features a pantry, newer dishwasher, & newer microwave. This peninsula kitchen offers a large enough counter top to put bar stools along the side, offering even more seating. Just off the kitchen is the lanai which features recessed lighting! Perfect for relaxing on a summer night! Wait until you see the master suite! This is the retreat you have been searching for! A large master bedroom opens up to the master bathroom which features dual sinks, a separate tub and large standing shower that is completely tiled. Also, it has a large walk in closet with plenty of space. newer windows, newer central air, newer roof, newer garage door, newer covered patio and built-in barbecue in the back, newer concrete driveway and concrete on both sides of the house making the potential for RV parking. 

Property Features:
Main House:
4 Bedrooms
3 Bathrooms
1 Bonus Room/Den
1850 SQ FT Living Space

Guest House:
3 Bedrooms
2 Bathrooms
850 SQ FT Living Space

16300 SQ FT Lot Size
Attached 2-car Garage
Asking Price: $950,000.00

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