115 Ben Ezra Ave, Roseville 95678
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MLS# 221073977 • CLOSED** If you want a home with character, color, and happy energy – come see this home! This charming and vibrant Craftsman has so many visual treasures to experience. Bonus points if you find the 80s throw-back tile work (we dare you not to smile every time you pass it). Inside the home, mid-century modern vibes and cool color schemes will absolutely delight your inner designer. We love the circular texture of the rubber flooring in the kitchen, the original hardwood flooring, and all the fun and unique design choices that perfectly blend with the 1950s original decor. The downstairs full bath – how beautiful is that vibrant blue tile? Do note, the Primary BD is on the first floor and is towards the back part of the home (NE exposure). There is also built-in storage throughout most of the home. In the backyard, the seller has crafted a beautiful retreat complete with a beautiful pergola and lush landscaping. How amazing is that hydrangea? We are told the pollinator community gives this yard a 10/10 (we’re not sure if the bee we buzzed with was the proper authority to vote, but he seemed legit). Be sure to explore the entire yard for art pieces. All good energy in this space. Positives to alleyway location as we know it will be a topic brought up – nobody parking in front of your house. Sellers have felt it’s been a quieter space living in this location as well (they have lovingly cared for this space and hope you will treasure it too. We’re having a hard time not buying it for ourselves).
Location-wise – you’re close to Royer Park, Vernon Street Town Square (fun city events, splash park, and concerts), fun local dining, art studios, long-time Roseville theatre groups, Trader Joe’s, and commuters will have quick freeway 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).
History nugget: this property was formerly orchard fields (rich soil). Lots of cool history there too – if you want to dive deeper. These neighborhoods and homes are rich with Roseville’s history. Another fact: the builder of this home, also built a few neighboring homes (how cool is that?).
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.