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Welcome to 24 Willow Lane, a desirable two-story end unit located in a sought-after spot within The Willows HOA. This updated townhouse-style condo features a beautiful landscaped rear patio overlooking the serene Willow Grove open space. Upon entering, you'll notice the open modern floor plan, with two sets of sliding glass doors lead to the rear patio. Decor details include engineered wood floors, vaulted ceilings, built-in shelving & a wood-burning fireplace in living room. There are two bedrooms, one large one on the first floor, with a walk-in closet. Upstairs, you'll find the second (primary) bedroom with an en-suite bathroom and another walk-in closet that has been customized with Elfa shelving. There is also a large open loft space which is perfect for an office, nursery or bonus sitting area. Both bathrooms are spacious, have plenty of storage space and have been updated with glass shower doors. As a bonus, there is a large storage room with an in-unit full-size washer/dryer; other perks include an outside storage closet & parking for two vehicles. The Willow's HOA amenities include a community pool and hot tub. HOA dues are $723.00 per month and include sewer, garbage, exterior maintenance, landscaping, insurance and management. The Willows is located just off Bridgeway St. and is conveniently across the street from Mollie Stone’s market, the post office, & FedEx office store. Sausalito Fitness Club is across the street. Numerous dining options are nearby, such as Avatar’s, Fish, Saylor’s, Poggio, Le Garage and more. Transportation is easy, with a GG Transit stop just a block away, and quick access to Hwy 101.
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