CANYON LIVING IN THE CITY!!!
Located in the highly desirable community of Summit Ranch, this hidden gem is nestled among hundreds of acres of rolling hills, oak trees, and hiking/equestrian trails galore! The perfect setting for nature lovers, horse owners, hikers or just the person wanting to live in a quiet neighborhood. The community also has a clubhouse with a pool, 3 tennis courts and stables for read more horses!
This tastefully upgraded pool home has 4 bedrooms (one on the main level) and 3 full baths, new flooring, granite/quartz countertops, beautiful custom cabinetry, and a wet bar with two wine refrigerators. But thats just the beginning! The living room has a sunken conversation pit, a perfect spot to sit and enjoy a cozy fire or an out of the way play or study area for the kids. Next is the permitted loft built above the extended dining room....perfect for a home office, library, den or even an art studio with its bright lighting. Then there’s the master bath which could rival a spread in Home and Design Magazine! The backyard is great for entertaining with a pool and spa, built-in BBQ, firepit, several sitting areas, and wired with speakers and cable for TVs. With all this and only 5 minutes to schools, shopping and restaurants, this is a must see property!!
Lori King has been involved in the real estate business from afar for more than 30 years through marriage to her broker husband Richard. After retiring from the pharmacy business after 11 years to become a stay at home mom to four boys, Lori finally decided to officially join the real estate business and got her license in 2012. She has lived in Chino Hills since 1987 and considers it to be “the best city to raise a family in”. She has had many closed transactions from 380,000 to 2.4 million, is an honest and conscientious realtor and committed to her clients’ satisfaction. Lori is an avid golfer and has served on the Women’s Golf Club Board at Vellano Country Club for 6 years, has worked on several charity events including 5 years on the annual dinner benefit for The Let It Be Foundation. Lori loves photography and hiking through the many beautiful trails in Chino Hills.