7550 Elizabeth Road, Vacaville

7550 Elizabeth Rd.

Approved plans and some sweat equity will transform this 2 bedroom 1 bath, 1415 sf house into a custom 3 bedroom with a den and 2 1/2 bathroom, 1848 square foot country gem. The hard part is already done! That was getting the plans and permit. Now you can customize your own ranchette. You can even live here while you finish the addition!

Dual pane windows have been installed throughout the home, and all of the existing home has been painted within the last few months.

7550 Elizabeth Rd. 7550 Elizabeth Rd.

This large living room is freshly painted in designer colors. Note the new plantation shutters, carpet and molding throughout the room.

7550 Elizabeth Rd.

Though dated, this kitchen is fully functional with a new dishwasher and new linoleum floor.

7550 Elizabeth Rd. 7550 Elizabeth Rd.

With so much large furniture in the room, it is hard to see just how roomy this bedroom really is.

7550 Elizabeth Rd. 7550 Elizabeth Rd.

This kid's room looks like a model home! Bright and colorful, it has new paint, carpet and plantation shutters.

7550 Elizabeth Rd.

This family room is huge! The plans for the addition would replace this room and enlarge it for an extra half bath, family room, den and kitchen expansion.

7550 Elizabeth Rd.

7550 Elizabeth Rd.

A cool, shaded yard awaits your summer barbecues and parties. What a serene setting! It is like having your own private park.

7550 Elizabeth Rd.

Ready for your animals, this barn has 2 chichen pens a tack room and some framing for the old horse stalls that were once here. There is also a large open area for hay or projects.

7550 Elizabeth Rd.

While finishing your home, you can save on storage fees by using this custom, brand new storage shed!

7550 Elizabeth Rd.

This garage can house 2 cars, though the door is small requireing some maneuvering to get 2 cars in. It makes a great workshop close to the house.

7550 Elizabeth Rd.

From the air, you can see the whole property. The SID canal which provides irrigation for the property runs along the north boundary, then turns south along the east boundary. A former owner built a 6 foot fence around about a half acre of the pasture, but the balance of the property also has an old T-post and hogwire fence. A hot-wire along the top of this fence would make it a bit more secure...

Don't let this one get away! Now is the time to move to the country.

Date Modified: 05/15/06