With views out to the Bay, classic details, and fresh updates, this is a wonderful place to call home. The one-level floor plan has unique circa 1951 details, including crown molding throughout and charming built-ins – which combine with wonderful updates such as fresh landscaping, new paint, and remodeled kitchen and bathrooms to create classic and timeless appeal.
The formal living room welcomes you with hardwood floors, a focal-point fireplace outlined in stone tiles, drum ceiling light, and picture windows featuring views out to the Bay. The formal dining room, with classic geometric chandelier, is open to both the kitchen and living room creating a wonderful space for entertaining and everyday living. The kitchen is beautifully remodeled with richly hued wood cabinets and stainless steel appliances and also enjoys glimpses of the Bay.
In a separate wing, there are 3 bedrooms, one with entire wall of built-in shelves and desk space perfect for today’s work-from-home needs. All have ceiling lights and are served by a remodeled hallway bathroom with sliding glass door shower and eye-catching mosaic feature strip. An additional bedroom suite, cleverly concealed by a bookshelf door in one of the bedrooms, features hardwood floors, a sliding glass door to the rear yard, and remodeled en suite bathroom with frameless glass-enclosed shower and vanity with solid marble vessel sink. Rounding out the appeal of this home is the private rear yard with fresh landscaping and drought-tolerant synthetic lawn that invites you to relax, play, and garden. Topping it all off is the home’s ever-so-convenient location just one block to shopping and dining, two blocks to YouTube headquarters, and minutes to both Highway 101 and 280.
Facts and Figures
- Offered at $1,299,000
- Sold for $1,740,000
- 4 bedrooms 2 bathrooms
- 1,330 sq. ft. home, per county records
- 5,000 sq. ft. lot, per county records
- Built in 1951
- John Muir Elementary, Parkside Intermediate, and Capuchino High (buyer to verify)
- Listed on March 10th, 2022
Listed by Raziel Ungar