1612 Glenmore Drive Fairfield
Just Sold!: $380,000
Sold All-Cash | 2 Offers | Listed $374,500

Bedrooms: 4
Bathrooms: 2
2,075 Sq. Ft.
Lot Size: 0.0377

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Nestled in the private community of Providence Walk, this spacious and bright Tuscan-styled home offers a modern open-plan lifestyle with a vast array of features, comfort and style. Meticulously constructed in 2006, this gorgeously appointed home features:

* Open Plan Living Room with Fireplace
* Open Plan Dining Room
* Chef's Kitchen with Breakfast Bar
* Dedicated Office/Study
* 4 Spacious Bedrooms
* 2.5 Bathrooms
* Laundry Room
* Walk-in Closets
* 2-Car Integrated Garage
* Private Patio
* Central Heat & AC


This home has been upgraded with brand new Havana Oak hardwood flooring in entry, kitchen, living, dining, office and powder room and freshly painted inside (March 2018).

Residents also enjoy the private homeowner's swimming pool and spa, tot-lot playground, communal gardens and guest parking.

Close to regional transportation, schools, grocery stores, retail, restaurants and cafes, this is the perfect house to call home.

HOA Condominium Dues of $230pm. 


City of Fairfield

Fairfield is a city in, and the county seat of, Solano County, California, in the North Bay sub-region of the San Francisco Bay Area. It is generally considered the midpoint between the cities of San Francisco and Sacramento, approximately 40 miles (64 km) from the city center of both cities, approximately 40 miles (64 km) from the city center of Oakland, less than 19 miles (31 km) from Napa Valley, 16 miles (26 km) from the Carquinez Bridge, and 14 miles (23 km) from the Benicia Bridge. Fairfield was founded in 1856 by clippership captain Robert H. Waterman, and named after his former hometown of Fairfield, Connecticut. It is the home of Travis Air Force Base and the headquarters of Jelly Belly. With a population of 108,321 at the 2010 census, it is slightly smaller in population than Vallejo. Other nearby cities include Suisun City, Vacaville, Rio Vista, Benicia, and Napa.


According to the United States Census Bureau, the city has a total area of 37.6 square miles (97 km2), of which, 34.4 square miles (89 km2) of it is land and 3.2 square miles (8.3 km2) of it is water. The total area is 5.65% water. The city is located within the California Coastal Ranges. The city is centered directly north of the Suisun Bay and northeast of the San Pablo Bay. Much of the Suisun Bay contains the Suisun Marsh, the largest saltwater marsh on the west coast of the United States. The city includes NorthBay Medical Center, a 132-bed advanced medical facility that also features a level II Trauma Center.


According to the City of Fairfield website,[11] Native Americans, such as those from the Ion culture, settled in the Rockville and Green Valley areas. Artifacts that have been found from some of the earliest human inhabitants of the Fairfield area are dated to be around five to six thousand years old, making them some of the oldest Native American settlements in Northern California. The first European contact came in 1810 when the Spanish army was ordered to attack the Suisun Indians. In 1835 the Mexican General Vallejo was so magnanimous in victory over the Indian Chief Sem Yeto that the chief later became his ally in conflicts against other tribes. In 1837 the Indian Chief Solano received the Rancho Suisun Mexican land grant. This grant eventually came into the hands of a clipper ship captain from Fairfield, Connecticut named Robert H. Waterman. He not only parceled out the town in 1856, but also, in a commercially shrewd move, entered Fairfield in the race for Solano County seat in 1858, and won it from Benicia. As an inducement he granted 16 acres (6.5 ha) of land for the construction of county buildings. In 1903 Fairfield was incorporated as a city.


Area high schools:

  • Angelo Rodriguez High School (Early College program)
  • Armijo High School (International Baccalaureate program)
  • Fairfield High School
  • Sem Yeto High School (at Fairfield High School)
  • Sem Yeto Satellite (at Armijo High School)
  • Vanden High School

Area middle schools:

  • B. Gale Wilson Middle School
  • Crystal Middle School
  • Grange Middle School
  • Golden West Middle School
  • Green Valley Middle School

Area alternative schools and other programs:

  • Fairfield-Suisun Adult School (Bransford location)
  • H. Glenn Richardson Education Complex (DELTA and SIGMA Programs operated by SCOE)
  • Independent Study Program (located at Sullivan Interagency Youth Services Center)
  • Mary Bird Early Education Center (opening 2016-2017 school year)
  • Matt Garcia Career & College Academy
  • Public Safety Academy (Amy Blanc location; Grades 5-12)
  • State Preschool Programs (Anna Kyle, Bransford, Fairview locations)
  • Sullivan Interagency Youth Services Center (joint effort by FSUSD and the City of Fairfield/Fairfield Police Department)
  • Travis Community Day School
  • Travis Education Center

Area elementary schools:

  • Anna Kyle Elementary School
  • Center Elementary School
  • Cleo Gordon Elementary School
  • Cordelia Hills Elementary School
  • David Weir K-8 Preparatory Academy
  • Dover Academy for International Studies (K-8) (opening 2016-2017 school year)
  • Sheldon Academy of Innovative Learning (K-8) (1:1 Technology focus)
  • Fairview Elementary School
  • K. I. Jones Elementary School (GATE Magnet Site)
  • Laurel Creek Elementary School
  • Nelda Mundy Elementary School
  • Oakbrook K-8 School (Visual & Performing Arts focus)
  • Rolling Hills Elementary School
  • Scandia Elementary School
  • Suisun Valley K-8 School
  • Tolenas Elementary School
  • Travis Elementary School

Vanden High School, Golden West Middle School, Travis Education Center, Travis Community Day School, Center Elementary School, Scandia Elementary School, and Travis Elementary School are part of the Travis Unified School District (TUSD), and serve Travis Air Force Base (TAFB) as well as parts of Fairfield and Vacaville. Golden Hills Community School is part of the Solano County Office of Education (SCOE). All others are part of the Fairfield-Suisun Unified School District (FSUSD).

Universities and colleges nearby: the California Maritime Academy (CSU), UC Davis, UC Berkeley, Sacramento State, CSU East Bay, Sonoma State, St. Mary's College, University of Phoenix and Brandman University. The main campus of Solano Community College is located in Fairfield—as well as satellite campuses of University of Phoenix, Brandman University, InterCoast Colleges, and Embry Riddle Aeronautical University (at Travis AFB).



  • Rockville Hills Regional Park
    • The Park is located on Rockville Road approximately 3/4 of a mile from the corner of Suisun Valley and Rockville Roads. Allows bicycling, hiking, and provides walking trails.
  • Fairfield Linear Park
    • The Linear Park stretches through the city along a former railroad right-of-way. Picnic tables and play equipment can be found along the route. Runners, walkers, bicyclists, and families enjoy this park.
  • Alan Witt Park
    • Contains a brand new Aquatics Complex, the Fairfield Sports Center, and Fairfield-Suisun Rotary Skate Park. The new Aquatics Complex includes water slides, toddler play area, youth play pool, lap swimming, indoor activity pool, and a "lazy river" current for water walking or floating. The park also offers tennis courts, a recreation building, picnic area, ball fields, basketball courts, volleyball courts, a skate park, and horse shoe pits. Restroom facilities are available.
  • Dover Park
  • Sunrise Park
  • Ridgeview Park
  • Laurel Creek Park
    • Contains softball fields, Little League baseball fields, a soccer field, a large picnic area with built in grills, a park for small children and a park for grown children, and is next to Laurel Creek Elementary School, which has outdoor basketball courts.
  • Wood Creek Park
  • Fairfield is home to three golf courses, two public and one private (located in unincorporated area East of Fairfield, North of TAFB for use by military personnel). Paradise Valley and Rancho Solano Golf Courses, both public, are rated in the Zagat Survey of "America's Best Golf Courses," rated 3 ½ stars by Golf Digest Magazine in 2010 and voted #1 & #2 golf courses in Solano County for consecutive years.


Interstate 80 passes through Fairfield, connecting San Francisco to the southwest and Sacramento to the northeast. Interstate 680 begins its journey south through the eastern cities of the Bay Area to San Jose. State Route 12 connects Fairfield with Napa to the west, and Rio Vista to the east.

Fairfield-Vacaville is a current railroad station construction project in Fairfield, located on Peabody Rd, which would serve the communities of Fairfield/Suisun and Vacaville. Completion will be completed in August 2017.[19] When completed, the station will see service from Capitol Corridor trains operated by Amtrak California.[20] Currently, the Suisun-Fairfield railroad station in Suisun City serves the central Solano area. Greyhound utilizes this station for service to the Fairfield-Suisun area as well.

The Fairfield Transportation Center is the main hub for commuters via bus as well as vanpools and park-and-ride to the Sacramento area and the San Francisco Bay Area. There is connecting bus service to Sacramento and to BART stations in El Cerrito and Concord/Walnut Creek, as well as intercity to Vacaville, Vallejo, Davis, Napa, and Rio Vista.


Source: Wikipedia



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MLS Listing#:
Bareis: 21806850

Website Photos:
Photos were taken when house was professionally staged. 
Flooring on main floor has since been upgraded with brand new Havan Oak hardwood. 
Home will be delivered vacant.

Offer Status:
Offer status will be published on MLS by List Agent.

Offer Submittals:
Please submit on 7-page CAR Purchase Contract 
All offers must include Pre-Approval Letter and/or Proof of Funds and signed DP coversheet. 
Seller reserves the right to accept or reject any offer.


Escrow Opened with:
Katie Stone
Placer Title Company
1300 Oliver Road, Suite 120, Fairfield CA 94534

Office:   707-429-2211 
Fax:    707-429-1230
Email:   kstone@placertitlecom