5716 Rio Hondo Avenue, Temple City, CA 91780 is now new to the market!

by Helen Chen Marston 05/17/2019

5716 Rio Hondo Avenue, Temple City, CA 91780
Single FamilySold
List Price $698,000
Sold Price $698,000
5716 Rio Hondo Avenue
Temple City, CA 91780
2Beds
1Bath
1,244Sq Ft
Est. Mortgage
$3,703/mo

Huge Price Reduction!!! Beautifully remodeled vintage home is situated in the heart of historic Temple City with award winning Temple City Schools. This 1244 Sqft home features many updates including a renovated kitchen with all new cabinets, enameled cast iron sink, quartz countertops, under-cabinet LEDs, electrical upgrades, dishwasher, and microwave. The charming bathroom is fresh and bright also featuring a beautiful tile motif and designer vanity with upgraded LED lighting. New flooring and beautiful paint scheme make for a stunning home you must see. A naturally bright living room with its classic chimney provides a warm gathering place for family and friends. The updated wall receptacles, wall switches, plumbing fixtures, and LED lighting enhance the functionality of the home. Central air conditioning, heating, and humidity control assure your comfort year-round. Beautiful landscaping front and back with lemon, orange, and tangerine trees. Relax in the delightful backyard patio with centerpiece pergola and refreshing water sounds of the fountain. Highly desirable neighborhood and close to all amenities. Must see to appreciate it. 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.