1824 Mount Diablo Way

Livermore, California, 94551

This gorgeous two-story home is nothing less than spectacular. The beautiful landscaped front yard is eye-catching and beckons you to explore further. Once inside, you will marvel at the open floor plan, beautiful hardwood floors, and many upgrades. The newly renovated kitchen boasts freshly painted cabinets, granite counters, recessed lighting, and stainless-steel appliances. The family room flows nicely into the kitchen and features a large living room. Upstairs, you will find three inviting, spacious bedrooms, and two bathrooms. The fully renovated master bedroom offers a jetted tub, granite floor/counters/shower and a walk-in closet. An entertainer’s paradise, the secluded backyard offers a wonderfully intimate area. As a bonus, the home has side yard access with a shed for additional storage. You can walk to your favorite trails, schools, shopping and parks with excellent commute access to HWY 84, I-580, I-680, BART, and ACE train. Don't miss out!

Property Details

  • Status: For Sale
  • Price: $1,025,000
  • Beds: 4
  • Baths: 2.5
  • Interior Sq. Ft: 2,654 Sq. Ft.
  • Lot Size: 8,085 Sq. Ft .
  • Garage: 3 Car
  • Year Built: 1991
  • MLS#: 40869774


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An immigrant from Cambodia, I spent the first few years of my life in a slave labor camp under the Pol Pot regime, also known as the Killing Fields of Cambodia. In order to escape this treacherous life, I walked from Cambodia to Thailand in 1978 when I was only six years old. Between 1978 and 1982, I lived in several refugee camps in Thailand and the Philippines, finally immigrating to the United States on July 8, 1983 when I was ten years old. My life in the United States began humbly. I had to dumpster dive the first few months just to survive. After learning a brand new language and adapting to a new culture, I passed the entrance exam into the police academy. I became a police officer in 1995 because I love helping people and being involved in the community. After serving 16 years as a Livermore police officer, I began selling and buying real estate for clients in 2006. Having a sincere passion for real estate, I decided to transition to being a full time real estate agent. Residing in Livermore, I am very active in the business and non-profit communities. I am known for my uncompromising integrity, high level of customer service, knowledge of the the Tri-Valley area and the Tri-Valley real estate market.


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