Discover Virginia Hills!

541 Webster Drive, Martinez, CA


3 Beds

2 full baths

1710 SqFt

This home sold in 10 days with 5 offers at $25,000 above the list price. 

Discover Virginia Hills on the border of Lafayette / Pleasant Hill.

Close to Briones Park with over 6200 acres of scenic open space and miles of trails.

A+ location within Pleasant Hill schools attendance area.

The sliding doors open to the private yard. There is room to garden with mature trees and a spacious deck perfect for summer BBQs and entertaining.

This well- maintained home is a cosmetic fixer awaiting your remodel inspiration.

Just minutes to Virginia Hills Shopping Center, Safeway & Starbucks.

For more info call or text Pete Sabine (925) 297-5335

Compass. License #00889760

Property Details

Property Type Residential
Mls # 40917918
LotSize 10200 sqft
Year Built 1972



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About Downtown Martinez

Modern, West Coast ingenuity meets classic, small-town sensibility in Martinez, California. The town sits on the outskirts of the East Bay, and the community’s efforts to revitalize its downtown core are quickly turning Martinez into a unique place to live, visit or work on the Carquinez Strait.

As the birthplace of the classic martini cocktail, Martinez is no stranger to innovative thinking. The town – which has been home to everyone from baseball legend Joe DiMaggio to conservationist John Muir – continues to honor that legacy by renewing its infrastructure from the inside out. The historic buildings lining Main Street are being completely renovated without disrupting their gorgeous facades. Craft breweries, exquisite bistros and eclectic shops all contribute to a vibrant – and growing – community of artists and entrepreneurs.

With help from the Small Business Revolution team, the Martinez community and its small businesses aim to differentiate themselves from surrounding areas and attract both visitors and residents from throughout the Bay Area and beyond.