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Move In and Enjoy this Thoughtfully Appointed Traditional Home.
Spacious Living Room with a wood burning fireplace surrounded with an elegant Texas Limestone Mantel. Adjacent Classic Dining Room with a french door that opens to a private patio and bocce ball court - a fun space for year round entertaining.
Open floor plan featuring a tastefully updated kitchen with granite counters, back-splash, stainless steel appliances and convenient built in desk.
Renovated bathrooms. Main bathroom with tub-tile surround, tile flooring and single sink vanity. Primary suite bath with Carrara marble throughout, custom built wall mounted vanity with marble slab, frameless glass shower door and custom lighting.
Not to be missed is the private office ideal for a work from home environment.
Professionally landscaped colorful front and backyards with landscape lighting and automatic irrigation system. Travertine tile walkway leads to a large composite deck with pergola ready for those festive lights and enjoy dining al fresco!
In addition for optimal climate control there are double paned windows, forced air heat and central air conditioning. Thoughtful details include hardwood floors, raised panel doors, crown molding and stylish light fixtures throughout.
Lastly, centrally located to vibrant downtown Redwood City, neighborhood parks, schools, shopping and library. Straightforward access to 280, 101 and CalTrains.
Welcome Home !
California may be known for its temperate weather, but Redwood City boasts the added distinction of having tied the Canary Islands and North Africa’s Mediterranean Coast for the world’s best climate in a 1920s U.S. and German test -- hence, the city’s motto, which officials have plastered on signs around town: “Climate Best by Government Test.” Around 81,000 people live in Redwood City according to 2013 United States Census Bureau estimates.
The city is located near the middle of the San Francisco Peninsula and is surrounded by rolling hills and bay shoreline. Redwood City also boasts a revitalized downtown, which is home to restaurants, bars, and nightclubs, as well as the San Mateo County government center and courthouse. Some downtown parking meters even let you add time via cell phone.
The city limits include the Redwood Shores neighborhood on the waterfront, which is physically separate from the rest of Redwood City and borders San Carlos and Belmont. The district houses the headquarters of Oracle Corp. and Electronic Arts. In the hills above the city lies the Emerald Hills neighborhood, a beautiful residential area that’s home to Edgewood Park & Natural Preserve and close to Interstate 280.
The median household income is $79,000, and the median home value is $765,000 according to 2013 U.S. Census Bureau data. Of the city’s 29,167 housing units, 52 percent are owner occupied.