A tranquil life for you and your family awaits at this two-story home in Henderson. Located on a cul- de-sac lot, this home boasts over $56,000 in renovations, including porcelain tile ﬂooring, quartz countertops throughout, and a Trane HVAC system worth nearly $14,000. Beyond the generous front lawn and curved driveway that mark the entrance, high vaulted ceilings augment the carpeted living and dining rooms. Prepare your meals in a kitchen tastefully updated with quartz countertops, tile backsplash, and a suite of all new stainless steel Kenmore Elite and Frigidaire appliances, including double ovens. Here, in the heart of the home, you can interact with your family in the attached dining area and the great room, where a ﬂoor-to-ceiling natural stone facade highlights the gas ﬁreplace. In the rear yard, high walls with climbing vines skirt the lagoon-style pool and spa, complete with a brand new heater. With a shaded patio and generous lawn, this yard is the perfect place for pool parties and quiet mornings alike. Engineered hardwood ﬂoors deﬁne the upper level, where you can get the rest you deserve in the master suite. Featuring a monochromatic white and gray aesthetic, the remodeled master bath boasts modern porcelain tile, a glass-walled shower with a bench, a large tub, and hers and his vanities, all accented by brushed nickel ﬁxtures. The attached den with built-in shelving can function as an oﬃce, sitting room, or nursery. Three additional bedrooms complete this home—two upstairs that share a Jack & Jill bathroom and one downstairs. Additional highlights of this home include new ceiling fans, a new water softener, and plumbing for a central vacuum system. This home is located less than a mile from the Arroyo Grande Sports Complex, a 56-acre park with lighted ball ﬁelds and basketball courts, covered picnic areas, wide open lawns, a dog park, a big playground, and trail connectivity to the Pittman Wash, Paciﬁc Railroad Trail, and Cornerstone Park. Living here, you’re also minutes away from Gibson Elementary, Greenspun Junior High, and Green Valley High School.