Attention developers and owner builders, your opportunity is here! This is Temple City’s hidden gem! This large lot measuring 100x158 with a total lot size of 15,617 sq feet offers a rare opportunity for a developer/owner to subdivide this lot and build two new homes (buyer to verify all information with city to satisfy themselves). If you are a family looking to build two new homes next to each other or a developer trying to capitalize on Temple City’s rapidly growing luxury home market, here is your opportunity! Centrally located in Temple City to shopping centers and supermarkets. This property is located only just a few blocks away from Temple City’s major Gateway Project which is currently under construction. Property is a well maintained Spanish style home with 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms, with about 1848 sf of living space with a California basement leading from master bedroom. 2 Car garage with an extra workshop to build cars that is directly connected to the main garage. There is also a bonus room with a half bathroom that is also connected to the garage as well too. This is one of the last large lots left in Temple City, don’t pass up this opportunity!
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Comfy seating paired with pillows. A seating is a necessary thing for every porch to enjoy fresh air or a meal, and with pillows it’ll become comfier and cozier. The best idea is a wicker one, it gives the porch an amazing relaxed look and make you think of vacation.
Ferns. Ferns are the easiest, fullest and inexpensive porch plant to have, they are ideal for porch décor and won’t wither even in the hottest weather.
Colors. Bold shades is right what you need in summer, so mix in a favorite color or two for your containers, flowers and accessories.
Potted plants. Potted greenery will give your porch a desired green summer look, fresh and calming, and they won’t wither if you don’t forget to water them.
Lanterns or candleholders. Lights make the atmosphere cozier, or more romantic, or more relaxing, or whatever you want it to be, so buy or make some cool light sources to enjoy summer nights.
Color Palette: Colors evoke emotions. Surround your baby with pastel colored walls, furniture, and bedding to create a calm, safe, and soothing environment (Custom Home Group).
Crib: A comfortable and safe crib is essential for any nursery. Choose soft, plush bedding to increase the likelihood that your baby (and you) will get a good night’s sleep. You’ll also need bumpers and a comfortable mattress. You may want a crib mobile to help your baby fall asleep (and be entertained if he or she wakes up during the night).
Chair: We recommend having a comfortable chair or small couch so that you have an area to sit with your baby.
Bookshelf: Keep picture books on a bookshelf because, as a new AAP policy recommends: “pediatric providers advise parents of young children that reading aloud and talking about pictures and words in age-appropriate books can strengthen language skills, literacy development and parent-child relationships” (Parents Who Read to Their Children Nurture More Than Literary Skills, Lori O’Keefe). You and your child will enjoy reading together, and the time you spend will introduce a love of reading at a young age.
Storage Space: If your baby has toys and stuffed animals, keep clutter at bay by storing them in a trunk, storage box, or large basket. This will make the room cleaner and safer (as your baby starts to explore) Plus, as an added bonus, it will also make the room feel larger!
Safety Essentials: Buy a baby monitor, night light, outlet covers, and other items to baby-proof your home.
Dresser: Keep your baby’s clothes in a dresser and use a drawer for diapers and changing table necessities. Buy a changing table pad for the top of the dresser. Once your child is older, he or she can use the dresser, meaning you’ll have one less piece of furniture to buy.
Rug: A soft rug will give your baby a safe, soft, and comfortable place to play.
Gallery Wall: Set up a gallery wall with your favorite art, prints, and photos. We recommend putting together a wall of your favorite family photos!
Built in 1988 2-Story PUD in gated community with low HOA fees, this end unit features 3 bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms ( including 1 master bedroom with spacious bathroom). High ceiling living room. Cozy family room with fireplace. Bright & airy, smooth floor plan, move in condition. Spacious Kitchen with newer cabinet. Separate dining area and a breakfast nook. Plant your own garden in the privately fenced in backyard/patio. Aside from your 2 car garage, there are additional guests parking spaces all over the entire community.
Like to spend evenings on the sofa with a notebook or a book and a cup of tea? Nathan Mummert designed this table to slide right for you! Caddy slides up under your sofa or bed so you can have all your necessities right next to you. Caddy has a hand-welded steel frame and a premium bamboo top with notched out sections that serve a purpose. There are two drink holders, four slots to hold your iPhones or iPods with holes to thread your charging cable through, and a soft pad to hold your remotes or lay your iPad or tablet down on. Slide the table in between you and your partner while you’re on the sofa and you each get a drink holder and slots facing you to hold your phones. So comfy!