7 El Pintado
This delightful all level home features three large lovely bedrooms (one a master suite), a great kitchen family room combination, dining room, currently used as a library office, and great indoor outdoor flow.
Located on the Sacramento River Delta, Pittsburg is city of 63,000 with roots in the steel industry and waterfront shipping. Safe Routes to Schools programs provide kids with the opportunity to walk or bike to their neighborhood school. Traditional, Mediterranean, and contemporary homes are large in size and feature expansive lots. A Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) station at Pittsburg/Bay Point makes commuting into San Francisco and Oakland simple.
Today, the downtown area of Old Town Pittsburg and the Vidrio shopping center provide mixed-use retail, dining, and residential condo-living several blocks from the marina on the waterfront. Old Town Pittsburg brings back the spirit of the ‘50s from May to September with classic car shows, live music, and street vendors. On Saturdays, the Pittsburg Pops inspires dancers of every age. Weekly farmers markets are also a local favorite. The Pittsburg Marina provides 575 slips and numerous services that allow boat owners to care for their vessels. For golfers, the nearby championship Delta View Gold Club offers rolling hills, tree-lined fairways, and spectacular delta views with Mount Diablo in the background.
There are two-dozen small, community parks in Pittsburg, as well as: an aquatic swim center; bocce ball courts in Buchanan Park; and baseball, tennis, volleyball, and picnicking facilities. Old Town Pittsburg hosts Cinema Under the Stars, outdoor movie showings for the warm, fog-free summer nights. Other performing arts venues include the Creative Arts Building (home to the Pittsburg Community Theatre), the Los Medanos Collage Recital Hall, and the California Theatre, a renovated venue that stages theatre productions.