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Ralene Nelson, REALTOR®

JUST LISTED – 15175 State Hwy 160, Isleton,
Delta Diamond Farm Estate & Event Center

Delta Diamond Farms is a very unique property, built in the late 1880s, fully renovated by currents owners in 2005. 4 story, 3850 sqft Victorian home, the potential for 5 beds, 3.5 baths, located on 25.1 acres, currently operating as a wedding event compound & family/corp. events, & is permitted. Expansive lawn area & beautifully landscaped courtyard with 3 self-contained cottages. Barn (8000 sqft) & metal workshop constructed in late 1880’s, renovated with concrete perimeter foundation/slab floor, & full loft. 50’s Replica Gas Station remodeled as operational restrooms. New 2300 sqft 6 carriage house w/half bath. 4200 sqft metal building set up for catering, (refrigerators, freezer, ice machine, table/chair/linen storage w/industrial washer/dryer.3200 sqft metal newer building, equipped with workshop, office, bedroom & full bathroom w/shower. Property has 2 wells (domestic/agricultural) w/riparian rights from Sacramento River. River access with 60 ft custom dock & waterfront observation deck. READ MORE

JUST SOLD – 2131 Saint Andrews Dr, Rio Vista

Islander model on the 16th fairway, located in the Active Adult Community, Trilogy at Rio Vista. New interior paint, carpet and new tile in the master bath, just bring your furniture to this gorgeous home and watch the beautiful sunsets. Gorgeous kitchen for the gourmet cook, gas cooktop, 2 built-in ovens & trash compactor. Cherry cabinets & granite slab counters, the island provides space for bar stools. Nook in the kitchen overlooks the 16th fairway & patio. Great room w/fireplace & upgraded mantle & slider to patio. Formal dining room & den with built-in desk/bookshelves. READ MORE

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Most, Least Desirable Home Features Right Now

Overall, 80% or more of survey respondents in NAHB’s 2021 What Home Buyers Really Want report to indicate the following are the home features they consider most essential:

  1. Laundry room: 87%
  2. Exterior lighting: 87%
  3. Ceiling fan: 83%
  4. Energy Star-rated windows: 83%
  5. Patio: 82%
  6. Double kitchen sink (side-by-side): 81%
  7. Walk-in pantry: 81%
  8. Front porch: 81%
  9. Energy Star-rated appliances: 81%
  10. Hardwood flooring (in the living room on the main level): 81%
  11. Full bath on the main level: 80%
  12. Energy-efficient lighting: 80%


The Top 10 States for LEED Green Building

The number of “green” buildings is growing across the country—and Massachusetts is leading the way with the most LEED-certified square feet per capita, according to new rankings released by the U.S. Green Building Council.

More than 60% of LEED certifications were from office, healthcare, higher education, and K-12 projects. Warehouses, distribution centers, multifamily, and retail projects represented nearly 20% of LEED certifications.


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