2,300 sq ft
7,500 sq ft
Photo courtesy of MLS and Maria Scott/Coldwell Banker
2 years ago
One thing you can say about Beresford Manor real estate, however, is that most homes are smaller than those you’ll find in San Mateo’s high-end neighborhoods. Whatever their age, they tend to have less than 2,000 square feet of living space and anywhere from two to four bedrooms. They also occupy smaller lots – usually around 5,000 square feet.
Buyers have discovered Beresford Manor as a conveniently-located alternative to pricier west side neighborhoods. As the neighborhood grows in popularity, the condition of its homes improves, increasing property values. Homes for sale on Beresford Manor’s tree-lined streets sell from $1.2 million and as high as $4 million, with an average sales price of $1.44 million. The neighborhood is also conveniently located near Hillsdale Shopping Center, and the gorgeous Beresford Park is just across the way (walking distance, across Alameda) where there are fields, tennis and basketball courts, and a popular community garden..
To view a detailed google map of the Beresford Manor neighborhood, click here. The MLS area is 427.
San Mateo has it all: a diversity of neighborhoods, great parks, easy access, a plethora of shopping, and home to many businesses and an anchor for employment on the peninsula. With a rich heritage, dating back to the turn of the century with its most famous resident being A.P. Giannini, the founder of the Bank of Italy and later Bank of America, San Mateo offers a delightful spread of activity for all. The downtown area is studded with delicious restaurants and a variety of retail stores, and also boasts a 12 screen movie theatre and one of the largest wine cellars in the country, at Draeger’s Grocery Store. Shopping abounds at Hillsdale and Bridgepointe as well as the many neighborhood shopping centers.
Perhaps the most well known natural area is Coyote Point, a rock outcropped peninsula that juts into San Francisco Bay and home to a natural history museum, the Peninsula Humane Society, windsurfing, a private marina, and large picnic areas with uplifting vistas. Within walking distance of downtown, Central Park has something for everyone: ride the toy train, pick up a game of tennis, take a serene walk through the Japanese Garden, have a picnic while listening to Thursday evening’s Jazz in the Park, or enjoy the playgrounds.
San Mateo attracts a variety of homeowners, from those seeking their first home in the upcoming neighborhoods of the Village, Parkside, or Shoreview, to those looking for more a little more space in Hillsdale or the Meadows, to larger families seeking the spaciousness offered by San Mateo Park, Baywood, and Aragon.
- Small town feel
- Big-city downtown amenities with a small town residential neighborhood feel
- Diverse housing
- Very diverse housing opportunities ranging from downtown condos to suburban ranches and secluded San Mateo Park mansions
- Top schools
- Baywood schools ranked among the state’s best
Early San Mateo was a place of large estates and boldface names familiar to anyone who’s driven the town’s streets. Parrott, Hayward, Borel—these were the wealthy pioneers who sowed the seeds that eventually grew into today’s modern city of 100,000 residents. San Mateo was borne from their needs and later from their subdivided land, all around a stagecoach stop established in 1849 by Nicolas de Peyster on former Ohlone tribal land.
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