RE/MAX Marketplace is pleased present the 10-unit lakefront resort-feel Starview Apartments.
Units are comprised of four studios, one 1 bedroom/ 1 bath, four 2 bedroom/ 1 bath and one detached 1 bedroom/ 1 bath cottage, which faces Clear Lake. Stable tenants, with historically low turnover and large upside rental potential.
With panoramic and unobstructed lake and mountain views and a private dock, this property is an ideal location for water lovers and outdoor enthusiasts. Situated near town and public transportation, with Austin Park less than a half-mile away and shopping/dining venues within two miles.
If you have been waiting for a property like this to become available, that day is finally here.
Located midway between the Pacific Coast and the Central Valley, Lake County rarely experiences coastal or valley fog. This translates into lots of sunshine. Lake County sees, on average, approximately 265 days of clear or partly clear skies, with an approximate annual average of 78% of possible sunshine. Lake County has the cleanest air in California as certified by the State’s Air Resource’s Board and an abundance of spring water. Clear Lake is the largest natural freshwater lake in California, with 63 square miles of surface area, and more than 100 miles of shoreline.
Clear Lake may hold more fish per acre than any other lake in the country. Clear Lake has been coined the “Bass Capital of the West” by numerous fishing organizations and pros, and Bassmaster and others have rated Clear Lake as Top 10 bass fishing in the US. Lake County is part of the world’s foremost geothermal resource areas. Geysers were known as an area of hissing fumaroles and boiling springs in the late 1840s and by the end of the 19th century had become nationally known for its hot springs resorts and health spas. Today, the Geysers is the largest complex of geothermal power plants in the world with 19 units in operation, fueled by more than 350 steam wells, which generates approximately 750 megawatts of clean, renewable baseload electricity.
Lake County is the largest supplier of premium fresh pears in California. Since the first commercial Bartlett orchard was planted in the late 1880s, buyers have chosen Lake County pears. Over 30 wineries and 8,700 acres of vineyards are awaiting your arrival in one of the fastest growing winemaking regions in America. Vines and views are abundant, as are the accolades that Lake County wines continue to receive. Recent article featured in the San Francisco Chronicle bets that Lake County will be the next wine country.
Heidi Swingley’s strong desire to help people led to her to the world of real estate. A successful business owner for over 25 years, Heidi has developed the skills necessary to build and maintain lasting relationships: integrity, reliability, accountability, and honesty.
A Montana native, Heidi has lived in Rohnert Park for 22 years and is well integrated in the community. Like so many people, Heidi was drawn to this special area due in part to the strong sense of community and down to earth people. Of course, there’s nothing wrong with this fabulous climate either!
When she isn’t helping people find their ideal property, Heidi, her husband of two years, 25 year old son, 17 year old daughter, and sweet six-month-old grandson, love to travel. Be it exploring the backroads of California or visiting Iceland, Heidi and her family hit the road as often as they can. Home is Heidi’s sanctuary. Be it curling up with family cats Wolfie and Moustache with a good book, baking breads and pastries, brewing kombucha, Heidi truly appreciates life’s simple pleasures.
As a real estate professional Heidi is dedicated to helping you find your sanctuary, the ideal income generating property, downsize, or move up. Reach out today and let Heidi guide you through all of your real estate transactions.