3962 Geddes Court

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  • 858 sq ft

    Home Size




Freshly Updated Top-Floor Condo

This just-updated, move-in-ready condominium is perfect for starting out, downsizing, or as an investment property. Fresh updates include new paint, new smooth-surface ceilings, and new carpet. The home is located on the top floor of a two-story building with lobby shared with four units. A gated courtyard off the sidewalk-lined street arrives at a secure two-story lobby, which is bright and light with carpeted exclusive staircase up to the home’s private front door. A central room accommodates living and dining needs adjoining the open galley-style kitchen with freshly painted white cabinetry topped with off-white tiled counters and all-white appliances. A pocket door conceals the laundry room, which includes a full-size, side-by-side washer and dryer. There are two bedrooms and one dual-entry bath with direct access to the front bedroom.

The home’s location is in a very walkable community just blocks to Westborough Park with tennis courts and picnic areas, plus Westborough Shopping Center is nearby with cafes, restaurants, and grocery stores. Proximity to Highway 280, BART, and Caltrain for access north and south, plus this home is close to the elementary and middle schools in South San Francisco.

  • Built in


  • Listed

    2 years ago

  • Neighborhood

  • Schools

    Skyline Elementary, Westborough Middle, South San Francisco High (buyer to verify)


  • Two-bedroom, one-bath condominium with a top-floor, end-unit location

  • Approximately 858 square feet of living space

  • Freshly updated throughout, including all new smooth-surface ceilings, new paint, and new carpet

  • Front gated courtyard leads to a secure bright and light two-story lobby shared with four condos; stairs lead up to a private front door on the second floor

  • New carpet and paint begins in the living and dining room combination with expansive window at one end; vertical blinds finish the window

  • Bright and light galley-style kitchen has painted white cabinetry topped with off-white tiled counters and coordinating tile-like vinyl flooring

  • All-white appliances include a Maytag electric range, Whirlpool dishwasher, and GE refrigerator

  • A pocket door in the kitchen conceals a laundry room with side-by-side washer and dryer

  • Bedroom 1 has a closet with sliding doors and a translucent window with blinds

  • Bedroom 2 has a wide front window with blinds, closet with sliding doors, and direct access to the bath

  • The dual-entry bath has wood-like vinyl floor, a single-sink vanity with cultured marble counter, and a glass-enclosed tub with overhead shower

  • Attached 2-car tandem garage parking with outside entrance and storage area

  • Ceiling fire sprinklers

  • Homeowners’ Association dues of $340 per month

  • Cul-de-sac street with a mix of single-family homes and condominiums

  • Great neighborhood for walkability to Westborough Park, Westborough Shopping Center, and less than one-half mile to Skyline Elementary and Westborough Middle School

South San Francisco


Westborough was built in three phases between 1960 and 1969. As one of South City’s “newest” post-war neighborhoods, its one- and two-story homes are generally larger than those found in older developments, measuring in at between 1,500 and 2,000 square feet. Most have two car garages and small lawns and have been maintained well by their owners. Westborough is well-positioned for car and train commuters, close to two large shopping centers and Tanforan and includes a hidden bonus: a series of walking trails which run through the northern end of the district. Add all of this up and you have a neighborhood where recent sales have fallen in the $1 million to $1.6 million range, putting Westborough at the top of South San Francisco’s real estate market.


  • Larger and newer homes than those available in most South San Francisco subdivisions

  • Residents show great pride of ownership in maintaining their properties

  • Proximity to Highway 280 for commuters and two large shopping centers for day-to-day convience


  • Located far from downtown, Westborough has a completely suburban character and is not easy to access/egress

  • Homes here are selling at the top of the South San Francisco market

Explore Westborough

New residents are flocking to South San Francisco’s diverse neighborhoods, choosing between pre-war downtown cottages, sweeping post-war mid-century suburbia, large-scale transit hub apartment developments and condominiums and the spacious mini-mansions of Terrabay’s Mandalay Heights, whose multi-level homes sit in a small valley on the southern slope of San Bruno Mountain, offering bay views and the perks of 21st-century design with a twist — Western Pacific Housing developed Mandalay Heights “with feng shui in mind,” incorporating small and large details designed to allow for the flow of chi.

South San Francisco is known as the birthplace of biotechnology since 1976 when Genentech opened its door. With over 200 biotech companies (Amgen, Stemcentrx, 23 and me) and 11.5 million square feet of space, South San Francisco is the world’s leading research and development (R&D) (e.g. vaccines, gene therapies, ect) hub for applications for drugs and therapies, as well as the manufacturing of medical devices.

In recent years, it has become the local hub for other tech leaders such as SAP(Successfactors) as well as the Headquarters for See’s Candies and Sanrio(parent of Hello Kitty. Just a short distance from San Francisco and the Peninsula, South San Francisco is expanding rapidly, as can be seen by the large numbers of cranes and construction sites. New offices and residential buildings are popping up rapidly.

This growth in the business sector is leading to a large demand for services to support the business infrastructure. A trip through downtown’s Grand Avenue reveals that the city’s decades-old family-owned businesses are now sharing space with increasingly stylish restaurants, a downstairs brewery and tap room, hip and trendy restaurants/bowling alleys/ basketball courts/meeting locations such as Foundry & Lux, and a growing number of cafe’s. Pedestrian street life is vibrant, encouraged by city government’s partnerships with urban bicycle and carpooling apps spin.com and Scoop.com. A new Business Costco also opened last fall in South San Francisco to support and supply all these small businesses.

Fourth-largest city
Fourth-largest city (population 66,980), is a convenient location between San Francisco and Silicon Valley
Hiking trails
South City residents can hike San Bruno Mountain, stroll the 2.8-mile Centennial Trail or a segment of the San Francisco Bay Trail
Transportation options
Residents enjoy flexibility and accessibility with an array of transportation options including Bart, Caltrain and Ferry
Explore South San Francisco

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