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Rent/Lease to Own $2363 Move In! 5 bedrooms, 3 baths, 2 car garage, 2635 sq. ft., on a 6600 sq ft. lot, over $40,000 worth of upgrades!!
Extraordinary 5 bedrooms, 3 baths, 2 car garage, 2635 sq. ft., on a 6600 sq ft. lot, over $40,000 worth of upgrades, and built early 2005. The home is in quiet community and about 10 seconds walking distance from the Early Gold Park. This home is the most popular model in Bridlewood development.
Bridlewood at Walker Ranch is in Patterson, a quaint and tranquil rural area known for farming, agriculture and being the apricot capital of the world. As part of the Walker Ranch Master Plan, Bridlewood at Walker Ranch is the best-selling community in the Central Valley over the past three years. The community is just minutes from local shops and restaurants, a 25-acre sports park, and within 60 minutes of major employment centers in the East Bay, Modesto and Stockton. Patterson's agricultural history is evident with orchards of apricots, almonds and walnuts, as well as row crops of dry beans, tomatoes, broccoli, spinach, peas and melons playing a visible role in the make-up of the city.
Conveniently located close to:
Modesto, Turlock, Ceres, Tracy, Newman, Stockton, Manteca, Lodi
Square Footage: 2,635
Patterson is located on Highway 33, along the Interstate 5 corridor, 280 miles north of Los Angeles, 92 miles south of Sacramento, 89 miles southeast of San Francisco and 45 miles southeast of Livermore.
Patterson and surrounding Stanislaus County area averages 12.0 inches of rainfall annually. Temperatures range from an average low of 38 F in the winter to an average high in the upper 90's during summer months. Spring and fall are mild with an average high in the low 80's.
With a current population of 9,785, Patterson is a rural, small town surrounded by agricultural land. With agriculture as its primary economic base, orchards of apricots, almonds and walnuts, as well as row crops of dry beans, tomatoes, broccoli, spinach, peas and melons play an important role in P
$1575 AND CAN BE SPREAD OUT OVER FIRST 2 MONTHS! - If you would like to do the Lease-to-Own option, $500 of the $2150 monthly plus the $1575 deposit which you will get back after the lease. When it comes time to turn yourself from a tenant into a homeowner you will get back about $32,000 that will go towards the purchase if you were to participate in this Lease-to-Own option I am providing. Please see the Lease terms for more information.
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