162 South Cody Lane


Steve Hansen Presents: 162 South Cody Lane Remodeled Pleasant Hill Farmhouse List Price $749,000 - Sold for $826,000



One-of-a-kind remodeled Pleasant Hill farmhouse offering quiet country living that’s a short stroll to a huge park, top schools, and downtown amenities.
In 1999, the original one-story farmhouse was raised and a brand new first story and large garage were added. The original floor plan upstairs was turned into four bedrooms and two baths. Located on a private cul-de-sac, the home looks out onto trees and a creek. The lane has practically no traffic except for residents and guests.

Elegant Downstairs: The living room and den have 10-foot-high ceilings. Includes hardwood floors, a gas-plumbed fireplace, tall windows, crown moulding, antique pocket doors with original hardware, and three sets of French doors that open onto the backyard deck.
Beautiful Kitchen: Includes cherrywood cabinets, granite counters, and stainless-steel appliances.
Master Bedroom: Includes a walk-in closet and a master bath with a claw-foot tub, antique marble sink, and separate shower.
The yards were professionally designed with drought-tolerant plants (blueprints and plant list included) and have a drip system, sprinklers, and drainage. The front yard features a centerpiece deodar cedar tree, a white picket fence with rose-covered arbor and red-brick walkway, and a large wrap-around front porch. The backyard has tall trees that offer privacy for hot tubbing, dining on the large deck, or just relaxing in the sun. Also includes a raised vegetable planter and a fire pit.

Walk to everything: The large two-car garage has a washer and dryer, freezer, and rafter storage. The home includes plentiful attic storage, dual-zone heating and air conditioning, and a solar attic fan.
The house is commute friendly. It's a short drive or bike ride to the Pleasant Hill BART station, and Interstate 680 on-ramps are nearby.

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Pleasant Hill

Pleasant Hill, once ranchland in the center of the Diablo Valley, combines small-town charm with a vibrant downtown. Pleasant Hill homes vary in size and style, with contemporary and traditional houses.

Crescent Drive is home to more than a dozen eateries that serve up a range of cuisine. A farmers' market in downtown Pleasant Hill operates Saturday mornings from May to November and offers cooking demonstrations, live music, and fresh-grown produce from more than 25 farmers.

A bustling community center is part of Pleasant Hill’s Recreation and Park District, as are the four parks and two pools. Las Juntas Open Space preserve includes a hiking and biking trail with views of Mount Diablo in the distance. Summertime festivals include the Blues & Brews Festival, wine tastings, American Iron Car Show, and the Sunset at the Lake Summer Concert Series. The Iron Horse Regional Trail, which follows the old Southern Pacific Railroad, provides biking, running, and hiking from Pleasanton to Concord. Briones Regional Park offers 6000+ acres of hiking and biking trails. 



Steve Hansen

Steve Hansen

Realtor®, CDPE, ABRJ. Rockcliff RealtorsCalBRE# 01174754925.639.1979 direct925.476.3396 faxsteve@stevehansenhomes.comwww.SteveHansenHomes.com

J. Rockcliff Realtors