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Home for sale in Oroville California 325,000.

My wife and I were both penniless and divorced when we met in the winter of 1997

In the spring of 2000 we got married and began our new life together

In 2002 we took out a bank loan to purchase our previous four bedroom,
two bath home on seven acres (below In 2010) that was in seriously poor condition

However, once I had finished remodeling it, we sold it for cash
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Home for sale overlooking Oroville California

$300,000 or Best Offer

However, we prefer a $150,000 down payment and a negotiable monthly
payment (plus property taxes and insurance) for 20 years, saving you
almost $100,000 over a 30 year conventional loan

As much as we have enjoyed our little piece of Paradise in the
Foothills of Northern California, the time has come
for us to down size closer to town

This home is located at the 2,000 foot elevation on almost
7 acres over looking the valley off of Black Bart Road

If you wish to make an appointment to see the home or have questions,
please leave your name and call back number @ 530-589-1080 (We do NOT
answer the phone, but MAY hear you and pick up) Or email me @
ray@focusonrecovery.net

Please be sure to type "Re; 120 Shenandoah Ln" into your
subject line so I am sure to see it, thank you
Home for sale in Oroville California 325,000
The previous owner/contractor
had lost it to foreclosure in 2011
before he was able to complete it.

I finished the inside... (Minus floor
covering in the upstairs bonus room
and doors in the up stairs bed rooms)

Did all of the outside rock work...

Including a fenced in raised
rock vegetable garden...

Cleared a fire break...

Glassed in the deck...

Built the well house...

Built a cinder block cold storage/
emergency shelter
with an earthen roof...

Placed a 8' x 16' metal
storage container next to the
12' x 16' workshop...

Plumbed in a 4,000 gal. rain water
collection/storage system...

And installed a back-up generator
The living room was crafted in the 1970s
using pine trees cut on this property

Construction of the rest of
the home began around 2002

Notice the wood stove oven where
I do most of our cooking in the winter

The evaporative cooler does a great job.
In winter we use an inferred heater when it
is not cold enough for the wood stove

The home is well insulated and has the
duck work for use of a heating/cooling unit.

However, since our electric bill has never
been higher than $200, we never
added a heating/cooling unit
I had also replaced the  
kitchen celling where
I added modern lighting
This room was for our
grandkids sleep overs
and for our computer
The upstairs has 2
A framed bedrooms,
1 bathroom with tiled shower
and a bonus room in the center

The down stairs has
2-14' x 14' bedrooms,
1 bathroom, with a laundry/
pet bedroom
There are hook-ups for
water, power, septic and
phone next to the fence line
where the previous owner's
mother had lived in an RV

There is also a large pad
where the previous owner's
father had lived in a single
wide mobile home at the top
of the property that also has
a beautiful view
Here begins the  
Sierra Nevada
Mountain Range
35 X 25 foot vegetable garden

What we don't eat in summer,
I can for winter
Back-up
generator
There is no better way
to start the day then sitting in a
comfortable chair drinking coffee,
overlooking the view, watching the wildlife
while enjoying the peaceful serenity
From this glassed in deck we can see
Table Mountain and the Coast Range.

At night we can see the lights of the various
towns between here and the Coast Range
The observation deck is NOT
bolted, nor nailed into the tree
This is what it
looked like when
we first saw it in
the fall of 2011

Below is the 40' wide x 45' deep home I hope to build;

Bed Rm 14' x 14'

Bath/Laundry Rm 9' 6" x 14'

Back Patio 15' x 15'

Living/Kitchen 24' 6" x 24'

Front Porch 5' x 25'

Garage/shop 14' 6" x 29'
I had planned to
attach an awning
over our parking
area here
Hot
Water
Bed
Dresser
Shower
Dresser
Tolet
Wash
Dry
Linen
Linen
Closet
Work Bench
Car/truck/SUV
Fridge
China
Cabinet
Counter
Stove
Counter
Pantry

Coat

Closet
Serving Bar
Desk
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2 person
Hot Tub
BQ
Dinning
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Porch/greenhouse
Chair
They trade off meeting at
each others home to have
dinner together each month

All are wonderful people whom
we will always love dearly
Meet most of
And not one admittes to being a wanted felon ^_^
"Take the d#&n
picture TODAY
Ray!"- GI Jerry
Double
Sink
Pantry
Pet/laundry room
14' x 14'
bedroom with
a door leading
outside
14' x 14'
bedroom with
extra large
closet
Bath/Shower
combination