Agent lists home for MS Society

Carlos Gutierrez of Prudential California Realty was recently asked to facilitate the sale of a home that was donated to the National Multiple Sclerosis Society. The proceeds from the sale of the home, at 2964 Chatsworth Blvd., will benefit the charity.

The home offers three bedrooms and a spacious private deck overlooking a canyon. There are hardwood floors, the kitchen has been remodeled with stainless appliances, and the approximately 12,400-square-foot-lot has been professionally landscaped.

“The fact that someone would donate their house to charity is really inspirational,” said Gutierrez. “I am honored and humbled that the society chose me as their agent.”

With a network of chapters throughout the country, the National Multiple Sclerosis Society helps patients and their families adjust to the challenges of the disease. By funding research efforts, advocating for change through legislation, enabling professional educational opportunities, and providing a range of programs and services, the society works to create a world that is free of multiple sclerosis.

Carlos Gutierrez

Gutierrez works with the Challenged Athletes Foundation, Marshall Faulk Foundation, the Epilepsy Foundation and various other charities.

For more information about 2964 Chatsworth Blvd., contact Gutierrez by calling  (858) 864-8741, or e-mail
Carlos@MontezumaProperties.com

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