343 Zola Ave, Roseville 95678
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MLS#221081205 • 3D Tours Available – If you’re looking for a cul-de-sac set-up, pool with diving board, spa, near a park and playground, in a fabulous location near grocery stores (including Trader Joe’s), dining, shopping, and quick freeway access – this single-story may be the next place you’ll want to call home.
The kitchen features updated appliances and in the family room, there is a fireplace. We believe there is room for smaller RV or boat storage to the East-side (right) of the home. This home is ready for your special touch and additions. The seller has priced this home with consideration that home does need fresh interior paint, flooring, and landscaping.
This neighborhood radiates pride of ownership with many long-time residents. Even while we were getting ready for the home to be listed, the neighbors were helping us with small tasks. So many fun and special memories were made in this home and we hope the next owner will too. We know the seller loved watching baseball games from their backyard – so we hope whoever calls this space home – will appreciate it too. Plus, who doesn’t want to live by a park? Enjoy the expansive green lot without the maintenance. Also, old school Roseville residents know the famous cement slides towards the back of the baseball diamond with the basketball court at the bottom of the hill (see google map).
You’re within a few blocks of Downtown Roseville which details a fantastic theatre, art studio, great local dining, shops, splash park at Vernon Street Town Square (along with being a hub for local events and concerts), not to mention close to many of the awesome parade routes. Welcome home.
Location + Activities
Activities + Location
You’re close to Royer Park, Vernon Street Town Square (fun city events, splash park, + concerts), Trader Joe’s, and commuters will have quick FWY access. The trail that goes through Royer park (all the way to Darling Way) also connects all the way to Sierra College and includes Miner’s Ravine Trail (see Roseville parks map).
Downtown Roseville and Historic Roseville (other side of the train tracks) are host to many local dining treasures and fun drinking escapes. Be sure to check out the Blue Line gallery (as things slowly start to re-open). The Goose Port Sports Bar + Public House has amazing food (you have to try the Poke nachos!) along with 105 Noshery and many other fun locations for dining, drinking, coffee, etc.