$50 Amazon Gift Card Giveaway

Hello Neighbor! Thank you for visiting my site. To enter in the giveaway please stop by the open house Saturday 10/05 from 12PM – 4PM at 20936 Chase St. Canoga Park, CA 91304 to obtain a raffle ticket. Text/Call 818.280.9589 if you need anything. Thanks! – Mark

 Presenting The White House at Chase. Built in 2004, this contemporary home features 5 bedrooms and 3 baths with 2,477 square feet of living space. One bedroom and bathroom with walk-in shower are located downstairs on main entrance floor great for multi-generational living, maid’s or guest quarters. Main floor also features formal living room and dining room with architectural features such as vaulted cathedral ceilings and modern decorative windows. Create culinary masterpieces in the expansive kitchen with new granite counters, center island and new stainless steel appliances which open to a second eating area and family room. Relax and unwind in the spacious master retreat with vaulted ceilings, large en-suite bath, toilet room, separate shower and soaking tub overlooking the lush garden. Also located on the second floor are 3 additional bedrooms with vaulted ceilings, an additional bath with dual vanity sinks plus shower and toilet room. Fruit trees adorn the private and lush garden in the backyard. The White House at Chase is conveniently located to freeways, and Warner Center; the West San Fernando Valley’s premier employment, luxury shopping, entertainment and lifestyle center. This offering provides so much value for the price and upside due to multi-billion dollars in development plans in accordance with the Warner Center 2035 Specific Plan approved by the City of Los Angeles.The White House at Chase is conveniently located to freeways, and Warner Center; the West San Fernando Valley’s premier employment, luxury shopping, entertainment and lifestyle center. This offering provides so much value for the price and upside due to multi-billion dollars in development plans in accordance with the Warner Center 2035 Specific Plan approved by the City of Los Angeles.

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