My daughter, Devon, who is a licensed real estate broker, will be holding an Open House today, Saturday Jan 17, 2015, at 119 Westwood Ct. from 12-2pm. This house is a great opportunity to live in a cul-de-sac close to downtown, the City Park and the elementary school. The Putah Creek walkway is just a short walk away and a very popular spot for the locals, especially dag walkers. The home has a see through fireplace located between the living room and the dining room. It has been a rental over the past few years and the cooktop, double ovens, dishwasher and the heater have all been replace recently. To get it ready for sale the owner had all of the interior painted and new carpeting installed. The kitchen and bathrooms are original but at the list price, investing in these upgrades would be well worth it. The lot is almost 8000 square feet, a size that is hard to find around. Make it a point to stop by today and take a look. If you can’t come between 12-2 today you can call Devon and make an appointment to see it over the long weekend at 530-304-2245. Hope to see you there.
It isn’t very often that you find one owner for both sides of the halfplexes located on E. Main Street. In Winters we have a fairly unique situation down on Caselli Court and Lauren Court and part of E. Main Street. The properties are built as a duplex with a common firewall in between them. Each half can be sold individually and many of them are. In this particular case I have owners who happen to own both halves and you can buy one side or both if you like. I have been the property manager for these two properties for many years and now the owners have decided to sell. Each side is currently rented. If you would like more information about this opportunity please give me call at 530-681-8939.
I will be hosting an Open House, June 1, ,2013 from 2:30-4:30 PM and tomorrow, June 2, 2013 from 12:30-2:30PM I hope to see you there! It is a lovely four bedroom two bath home on a cul-de-sac located close to downtown. It has large lot of over 9000 square feet and is 1600+ square feet. It is gling to be a busy weekend. There is another Open House on Martinez Way from 1-4 today you might also like to
Well, it is Cruise Night again tonight in downtown Winters. The Buckhorn has there tri tip sandwiches for sale for $5. each, such a deal. Cheaper than at the Davis Farmers Market which will be tomorrow night! There are lots of cars and it is a beautiful evening. The cars are lined up on both sides of the street and down the middle of the street. Grab your partner and come on down and enjoy the fun. I have my little 88 560 SL convertible out there as my hubby’s insistence. Looking forward to seeing you.
I found this article in the Outboud section of the Sacramento Bee yesterday and wanted to share it. I actually had a friend stop by the office today and she had rescued a biker out on Pleasants Valley Rd who was having problems with his bike. She loaded him into her truck and drove him into town to VeloCity to get the problem fixed. I asked the gentleman, Craig, if he had seen yesterday’s article and he said, yes, that was why he was in town. The last I saw him he was headed down to the Putah Creek Cafe for lunch. Little did he know John Pickerel was the guest on Kitty O’Neal’s Restaurant Talk today on KFBK 1530 at 3:30pm. It was fun to listen to John, great job, don’t think I will cook tonight! http://www.sacbee.com/2010/07/15/2890118/great-rides-out-past-winters-plenty.html
The WHS Class of 2010 will be walking the stage tonight at 7 pm at Seller’s Field. How exciting for these young people to be starting a whole new phase of their lives. I wish them all the best and good wishes for the future. For some they will be the first or the first generation in their family to earn a high school diploma. I am very proud of each and every one of you. I hope the weather holds for you too!
Well the Amgen tour just rolled through town in day2 of the tour. It is always so exciting to seem them roll/streak down Main Street. I am so lucky so they go right my office. This is always a fun event to watch. There
Well the Amgen tour just rolled through town in day2 of the tour. It is always so exciting to seem them roll/streak down Main Street. I am so lucky so they go right my office. This is always a fun event to watch. Therewas a very slight sprinkle when them came through town but it is dry now. Hope the weather holds as they ride by Lake Berryessa on Highway 128.
Well, this weekend is going to be very busy for downtown Winters! First of all there will be a bike race which will close a lot of the streets from 7 to 5pm on Saturday. The Winters Education Foundation is sponsoring a bike race that will “race” around the downtown area. I also heard that the Davis Bike Club is having their double centurion on Saturday, yes, they ride 200 miles in one day! Can you believe that ?! Count me in as a spectator only on that one. Then on Monday the Amgen tour rides through Winters sometime between 11:30 and 1pm. So beware of traffic delays but enjoy the fun. We are off to the Giants game in San Francisco. Most all of us are going to celebrate Mother’s Day. Should be a fun time. Go Giants!
Tonight Main Street will be closed off from 5-7:30pm for Cruz Night. So, bring your vintage car down and join the fun or do like my hubby and I do and check out the old cars. John sold his o32B Ford years ago and his sons will never forgive him. I used to call it his BS car (before Sandy). He finally paid someone to finish the rehab as he was never going to have time to get it finished in this lifetime. It was fun for a few years. We took it to Cruise Night in Woodland before that became a fiasco and he entered it some car shows. Guess those boys need to think about buying their own and making their own memories.
Well, it looks like this is my 102 blog! Never did I think I would make this day/blog. I have to admit it has gone by so quickly and it wasn’t as hard as I though it would be. I have actually enjoyed sharing what happens in Winters with you both real estate wise and just the fun things that happen in town. So, I will remind you that this Saturday is Youth Day. The fun begins with the Rotary Club Pancake Breakfast at the Community Center. Then the Kiddie Parade kicks off the parade at 9:45am at the corner of 4th and Main. Any kid can join in the fun, if you meet the age limits of course. Then the Main Parade starts at 10am. It is always a lot of fun and you never know who or what you are going to see. After the parade the festivities continue at City Park with lots of things for everyone. Be sure to come on down and enjoy the fun. Looking forward to seeing you there.