By Mike Hazlip—
A home in Citrus Heights sold last month for $1,090,000 after the listing was on and off the market since the pandemic, records show.
Records on Realtor.com show the 4,221-square-foot home in the 7500 block of Sycamore Drive was most recently listed in May for $1.19 million, before selling on June 29 for $100,000 under asking price. The home has five bedrooms and three bathrooms, according to the listing.
The home was built in 2018 and occupies a large, .83-acre lot near Auburn Boulevard. Although the home is not located in a neighborhood with similar estates, the listing shows the home has amenities in league with other million-dollar offerings, such as 21-foot ceilings, tile floors, a master bath with quartz vanity, raindrop shower and air jets in the tub.
Records show the home was first listed on Nov. 16, 2020 for $1,050,000 but was taken off the market in December after a 5 percent price drop. It was listed again in June last year for $1,299,000, the highest price recorded for the property, and had two pending sales after dropping to $1,249,000, but was pulled off the market again in September 2022.
Million-dollar listings are rare in Citrus Heights, where the most expensive home currently listed on the residential real estate site Zillow is in the 8100 block of Glen Canyon Ct. The $899,000 asking price will buy a 2,728 square foot four-bedroom, three-bathroom home on .43 acres with a gated entrance.
By Mike Hazlip—
A home in Citrus Heights sold last month for $1,090,000 after the listing was on and off the market since the pandemic, records show...
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