Ignite FB Tracking Pixel5616 Cloverly Avenue, Temple City, CA 91780 is now new to the market! - Helen Chen Marston
5616 Cloverly Avenue, Temple City, CA 91780 is now new to the market!

by Helen Chen Marston 04/27/2019

5616 Cloverly Avenue, Temple City, CA 91780
Single FamilySold
List Price $888,000
Sold Price $945,000
5616 Cloverly Avenue
Temple City, CA 91780
3Beds
2Baths
1,877Sq Ft

Est. Mortgage

$4,684/mo

Conveniently located two blocks south of Las Tunas Dr in the award winning Temple City School District, this beautiful home features 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms with 1877 sqft living space on a big lot of 10620 SF. Very well maintained and in turn key condition. The living room is very bright and airy, and the windows are covered by wood shutters. The kitchen is very spacious and functional with a central island, double oven, big pantry, beautifully finished counter tops and back splash, etc. The adjacent wet bar adds more fun for the family and guests. Open family room faces the entire back yard. Out of the sliding glass door, is a large patio area and perfect for party settings. There is a large storage room behind the two car garage, it also can be used as an office or game room. The large lot definitely brings a lot potentials. This is a very desirable home with lots of amenities. Come visit and make it your own dream home.

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Helen Chen Marston
Helen Marston has been a member of WSGVAR since March 2009. She graduated from Peking University and received her MBA from California State University, Los Angeles. After becoming a REALTOR®, she has earned a variety of NAR designations and certifications: CRS, GRI, SRES, CIPS, GREEN, MRP, SFR, etc. Working at Keller Williams Realty Arcadia, she leads as Associates Leadership Council while providing a Mentor role for new real estate licensees. Outside of her real estate business, Helen is an advocate for community service. She currently serves as Chair of the Planning Commission for the City of Temple City, General Chair of the 74th Temple City Camellia Festival, and is also actively involved with different organizations in the community and the local schools. Helen was honored as Congresswoman Judy Chu’s "Woman of the Year” for Temple City in 2016 and was selected as one of the "Make A Difference” Honorees, awarded by the State Assembly Member, Ed Chau, in 2016.