Homes for Sale in Fruit Valley
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Available Fruit Valley Real Estate Listings
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Fruit Valley Information
The earliest homes in Fruit Valley - that still come up for sale from time to time - were built in 1883.
The architectural styles of houses for sale in Fruit Valley include Ranch, Bungalow, Craftsman, Cottage, Custom, Foursquare, Mid Century Modern, Dutch Colonial, and Traditional.
When describing Fruit Valley homes for sale, Realtors often note the wooded, territorial, park (or green belt), and lake views. Houses here sit on level, treed, gated, corner, secluded, cul-de-sac, gently sloping, wooded, pond, sloped, and green belt adjacent lots.
Visually, the overall look of the neighborhood is defined by homes with fiber cement, wood, vinyl, lap, stone, cedar, T-111, aluminum, cultured stone, metal, shake, shingle, wood composite, panel, stucco, asbestos, brick, plywood, and board & batten siding. Roof materials commonly used are composite, metal, shingle, and tile.
Outside the main residence, properties could also likely include fences, tool sheds, patios, porches, decks, covered patios, RV parking spots, gardens, workshops, sprinklers, outbuildings, covered decks, dog runs, gas hookups, free-standing hot tubs, security lighting, greenhouses, outdoor fireplaces, gazebos, RV hookups, second residences, raised flower beds, second garages, xeriscaped yards, guest houses, RV/boat storage spaces, auxiliary dwelling units, and satellite dishes.
Based on RMLS data, home sizes in Fruit Valley range from 600 to 5065 square feet with an overall average of 1247 square feet. A typical residence here is a 3 bedroom / 2 bathroom home.
Some of the interior features found in dwellings here include wall to wall carpet, dedicated laundry rooms, laminate flooring, ceiling fans, wood floors, hardwood floors, tile floors, washer and dryer units, granite, high speed internet capabilities, high ceilings, quartz, plumbing for a central vacuum, soaking tubs, wainscoting, jetted tubs, central vacuums, vaulted ceilings, water filters, sound systems, air cleaners, marble, slate flooring, cork floors, and separate living quarters (apartment or auxiliary living unit). Kitchens features could include built-in dishwashers, free-standing refrigerators, stainless steel appliances, built-in microwaves, pantries, disposals, granite, gas appliances, tile, built-in ovens, islands, range hoods, plumbing for an ice maker, quartz, built-in refrigerators, appliance garages, ENERGY STAR qualified appliances, convection ovens, marble, water purifiers, cook islands, and free-standing gas ranges. Living rooms could include fireplaces, hardwood floors, high ceilings, wood floors, laminate flooring, wall to wall carpet, ceiling fans, high speed internet capabilities, vaulted ceilings, wood stoves, built-ins, tile floors, sliding doors, wainscoting, pantries, and decks.
Heating & Cooling
The heating systems for homes in the neighborhood could include forced air systems, wall furnaces, baseboards, zoned systems, heat pumps, wood stoves, and mini splits. Cooling systems could include heat pumps, central air, window units, wall units, and ENERGY START air conditioning. Fuel sources commonly used are electricity, gas, oil, and wood.
Fruit Valley Realtors®
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