660 Scorpio Lane Foster City.

660 Scorpio Lane

  • 5


  • 3


  • 1,920 sq ft

    Home Size

  • 2,198 sq ft

    Lot Size


Buyer's Agent


  • Built in


  • Listed

    6 months ago

  • Neighborhood

Foster City

Isle Cove

There are single-family homes in Isle Cove, single- and two-story houses built in the 1970s, similar to those found in Foster City’s other eight neighborhoods. Some of the ones on Regalus Avenue have backyards that end at Edgewater Park, a 9.5-acre recreation spot adjacent to Foster City Elementary School. The neighborhood’s other park, Arcturus, sits amid another single-family home subdivision.

Still, condos are Isle Cove bread and butter. They line Beach Park Boulevard, looking out at the bike path and the waterway separating Foster City from San Mateo. Isle Cove, a 200-plus-unit complex built in the mid-1970s. Adding a new twist to the Foster City story, Isle Cove units have a Walk Score of 80. Though Foster City is not thought of as pedestrian-friendly, almost all Isle Cove's addresses have Walk Scores of better than 70, making it, if not a “walker’s paradise,” at least Foster City’s most walkable neighborhood.

Isle Cove real estate benefits from its location, its recreation opportunities and its inventory of spacious homes, condominiums and townhouses. A two-bedroom condominium here will cost upwards of $1.1million, with waterfront units commanding a bit more. Three-bedroom condos range from $1.1 to $1.8 million, depending on size, location and condo community.

The value of single-family Isle Cove homes for sale is also determined by size and location. It also depends on perks –Regulus Street homes that face Edgewater Park, for example, sell for more than ones across the street. With four and five bedrooms and 1,800 to 2,800 square feet of living space, Isle Cove single-family residences will fetch between $1.8 and $2.3 million, with a recent sale of a five-bedroom Isle Cove home can cost up to $2.4 million.

To view a detailed google map of the Isle Cove neighborhood, click here. The MLS area for Isle Cove (FC #9) is 392.

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Foster City’s namesake is due to T. Jack Foster, a real estate magnate who owned much of the land comprising the city and who was instrumental in the intitial design. The land originally was Brewer’s Island and was developed over a twenty year period, and previously was the site of dairy farms and the Leslie Salt Company. Foster City is the proud home of Visa International, The Picture People, and the Dummies book series.

In 2008, Foster City was named by Money Magazine as one of the country’s best places to live.

Unique planned community oriented around waterways
Great canal front properties
Large, post-war housing inventory; average home size 2000+ square feet
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