Homes for Sale in Cedar Ridge
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Cedar Ridge Information
Homes in Cedar Ridge were built between 2005 and 2011.
The architectural styles of houses for sale in Cedar Ridge include Craftsman, Traditional, Contemporary, and Ranch.
When describing Cedar Ridge homes for sale, Realtors often note the wooded, territorial, and park (or green belt) views. Houses here sit on level, green belt adjacent, corner, treed, sloped, gently sloping, cul-de-sac, secluded, and wooded lots.
Visually, the overall look of the neighborhood is defined by homes with fiber cement, lap, stone, panel, cultured stone, and wood siding. Roof materials commonly used are composite and shingle.
Outside the main residence, properties could also likely include patios, fences, porches, decks, sprinklers, covered patios, tool sheds, gardens, raised flower beds, dog runs, covered decks, gas hookups, and gazebos.
Based on RMLS data, home sizes in Cedar Ridge range from 1110 to 2771 square feet with an overall average of 2206 square feet. A typical residence here is a 4 bedroom / 2 bathroom home.
Some of the interior features found in dwellings here include wall to wall carpet, dedicated laundry rooms, laminate flooring, high ceilings, ceiling fans, hardwood floors, washer and dryer units, jetted tubs, high speed internet capabilities, tile floors, granite, soaking tubs, central vacuums, wainscoting, vaulted ceilings, sound systems, wood floors, engineered hardwood floors, sprinklers, marble, and heatilators. Kitchens features could include built-in dishwashers, pantries, disposals, built-in microwaves, plumbing for an ice maker, free-standing refrigerators, islands, stainless steel appliances, tile, gas appliances, granite, built-in ovens, range hoods, convection ovens, double ovens, free-standing gas ranges, ENERGY STAR qualified appliances, water purifiers, instant hot water units, and butler's pantries. Living rooms could include fireplaces, laminate flooring, high ceilings, wall to wall carpet, hardwood floors, ceiling fans, vaulted ceilings, and sliding doors.
Heating & Cooling
The heating systems for homes in the neighborhood could include forced air systems and heat pumps. Cooling systems could include central air and heat pumps. Fuel sources commonly used are gas and electricity.
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