Sacramento | $1.45 Million
A Colonial Revival house built in 1937, with four bedrooms and two and a half bathrooms, on a 0.2-acre lot
This house is on Land Park Drive, a wide, tree-lined street named after Land Park, a hub of activity that includes the Sacramento Zoo, a fairy-tale-themed amusement park and a rock garden built in 1940 as part of a W.P.A. project. Public middle and high schools are half a mile away, and a community college is about a mile away. Downtown Sacramento is a 10-minute drive.
Size: 2,453 square feet
Price per square foot: $591
Indoors: A paved path leads from the sidewalk to a gated, walled front patio surrounded by low hedges.
The front door opens into a foyer. To the right is a living room with oak flooring; a fireplace with a white-brick surround and a white mantel; a large window facing the front yard and more windows along the side of the room that fill the space with natural light; and double doors that open to the veranda.
To the left of the foyer is a dining room with gray walls and white molding. This space is open to the kitchen, which the sellers renovated, adding a black-and-gold La Cornue range and hood, a Sub-Zero refrigerator and two dishwashers. (The 2018 renovation also included the installation of new HVAC units, a tankless water heater and upgrades to the electrical and plumbing systems.)