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House Hunt: Seal Beach, Rossmoor and Los Alamitos

Here are this week's new listings.

There are two new listings in Rossmoor this week, one in College Park East and two in Old Town Seal Beach:

 2701 Copa De Oro offered by Colleen Low of First Team Real Estate  Three bedrooms, Two bathrooms, 1,916 square feet, 8,800 square foot lot

 Kitchen with granite counters, farm style double sink, smooth ceilings and recessed lighting, newer windows and bamboo flooring.  The open floor plan encompasses a fireplace and crown molding in the formal living room and a spacious family room with doors leading to the backyard. Master bathroom with granite vanity and designer tiled shower. Private serene enclosed courtyard leads to the entryway. Offered at $699,000.

 2732 Walker Lee offered by Tony Perez of College Park Realty Four bedrooms, Two bathrooms, 1,800 square feet, 7,681 square-foot lot

New interior improvements include granite kitchen countertops, stainless steel sink, shower & tub travertine enclosures in both baths, and interior paint. Other amenities include recently resealed slate flooring, built-in stainless steel kitchen appliances, and built-in BOSE interior/exterior sound system. Outside there’s a pool with diving board, and a spa along with a built-in BBQ & refrigerator. Walking distance to Hopkinson Elementary School. Offered at $699,900.

4516 Dogwood offered by Marc Raine of South Coast GMAC Real Estate Four bedrooms, Two bathrooms, 1,914 square feet, 5,200 square-foot lot

This is the only four-bedroom single story available in College Park East plus it has a sought-after inner tract location. There’s new carpet in the living room and master bedroom and 20-inch decorator tile in dining room, kitchen and family room. The kitchen includes stainless double ovens, WOLF range, and abundant cabinet space. Other upgrades include fresh paint, a newer high-efficiency, quiet running central A/C unit with advanced filtering system, ceiling fans in all secondary bedrooms and the dining room. The large master bedroom accommodates a king-sized bed with room to spare, and has walk-in closet. Vaulted ceilings allow lots of natural light.  Offered at $639,900.

311 Seal Beach Blvd. offered by Robert Griffin of Catalyst Investment Solutions Three bedrooms, Three bathrooms, 2,603 square feet, 2,801 square-foot lot

Contemporary beach home with upgrades throughout including custom wood floors, crown molding, plantation shutters and a must see completely remodeled kitchen featuring state of the art appliances. This home is also an entertainer's dream, with a rooftop patio featuring a 360- degree view encompassing the Pacific Ocean, Catalina Island, snow-capped mountains and the wetlands. It’s an easy three-minute walk to the sand.  Offered at $1,195,000.

240 - 7th Street offered by Luis Rodriguez of Gateway Home Realty Four bedrooms, Four bathrooms, 3,000square feet, 2,958 square-foot lot

Built in 2005, this custom home is only two blocks from the beach and main street shops. Travertine flooring graces the entry, dining room, kitchen, and powder room while walnut wood floors are in the living room, and family room. French doors open from the living room to the front patio and from the family room to the side yard patio. The gourmet kitchen includes Kitchen Aid stainless steel appliances and granite counter tops. All bedrooms are on the second floor, and the master retreat offers a fireplace, Juliet balcony, huge master bathroom with large oval spa/jet tub and separate shower, and large walk in closet. One of the large bedrooms has its own private bath while the remaining two bedrooms share a Jack and Jill bathroom set up. Third floor rooftop deck allows space for BBQ's and gatherings. Offered at $1,498,888.

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