Updated Style with Vintage Appeal and Ultra Convenience
Tucked away behind tall hedges and a pedestrian gate, English gardens and a prolific tangerine tree welcome you to this surprisingly spacious home. Dating back to circa 1925, the home has been beautifully updated and expanded with timeless, traditional appeal. Hardwood and terra cotta tile floors create a richness and warmth, while classic crown moldings and plantation shutters in almost every room add stylish elegance. All around, natural light and garden views filter in through expansive windows and glass doors.
The two-story floor plan begins with an inviting living room with reimagined fireplace, complete with heat-efficient wood stove insert. The remodeled kitchen integrates a dining alcove that works equally well for everyday meals as it does for entertaining. Just off the foyer is an office/den with corner windows and half-bath. One of the home’s 3 bedrooms is conveniently located on the main level, with the other two bedrooms upstairs, one with en suite bath and one that could also be a lounge for the master suite or a family room. Completing the accommodations is a detached studio for office, hobbies, or fitness use.
Adding to the appeal of this classic Burlingame home is its ultra-convenient location just 3 blocks to Safeway and Starbucks and walking distance to boutique shopping and dining on famed Burlingame Avenue. Plus commuting to San Francisco or Silicon Valley is a breeze with easy Highway 101 or Caltrain access, plus San Francisco International Airport is less than 10 minutes away.
Facts and Figures
- Offered at $1,198,000
- 3 bedrooms 2.5 bathrooms
- 1,530 sq. ft. home, per county records
- 5,184 sq. ft. lot, per county records
- Built in 1925
- Washington Elementary, Burlingame Intermediate, Burlingame High School
- Buyer Representation