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Features

Built in 2007 with artistic style and flair, this stunning home includes the following...

Formal entry leading to a contemporary, three-level floorplan with excellent natural light, tall ceilings and convenient indoor/outdoor flow

Bright kitchen with granite counters, stainless steel appliances and freshly painted cabinetry

Inviting family room – off the kitchen – providing the “great room” that leads to the private backyard

Elegant dining and living areas with gas fireplace and spacious balcony overlooking the surrounding hills

Three large bedrooms, two full baths, and two half baths...including a luxurious master suite with vaulted ceilings, walk in closet and secluded balcony

Separate bonus room located behind the garage – perfect as a workshop for hobbies

Central vacuum system, air conditioning, dual paned windows and security alarm.

New carpet and paint throughout with designer-selected colors and finishes

Upstairs laundry room with washer/dryer included

Oversized two car attached garage and additional storage

Ideally situated near 101, SFO, public transportation, shops, restaurants, and parks.

The Perfect Location...

US 101: .7 miles

Genentech: .7 miles

SFO: 5 miles

BART: 2.9 miles

Shops and Restaurants: 2.5 miles

Neighborhood


South San Francisco is perhaps best known among Bay Area residents for its hillside sign, which has broadcast the city’s slogan ("The Industrial City") to passing motorists on Highway 101 for decades. In the late 1920s, the city approved a bond to have the slogan emblazoned in 60-foot cement letters on the aptly named Sign Hill. Prior to the annual “big game” between Stanford University and the University of California, Berkeley football teams, the sign’s letters used to be painted in each school’s colors. Now, players from the city’s El Camino and South San Francisco high school football teams paint the sign’s letters with their colors before playing each other in an annual game. South San Francisco, or “South City” as it’s affectionately called by Bay Area residents, is located four miles north of San Francisco International Airport. The biotech company Genentech is headquartered in the city, as is See’s Candies. The city of more than 66,000 offers views of San Francisco Bay, opportunities for outdoor recreation, and the Oyster Point Marina, which provides ferry service to Oakland and Alameda. South City has also has its own Caltrain and Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) stations, facilitating commutes to San Francisco or Silicon Valley. 



Floor Plans




Features

Originally built in 1925 and restored in 2014, this special property captures the magic of old world charm and modern day amenities...

Approximately 1,343 sq. ft. single level residence plus detached artist studio

3 bedrooms, 2 baths including master suite with walk-in closet and glass door leading to backyard

Practical floorplan with excellent natural light in every room

Gracious and inviting living room complemented with floor to ceiling windows and charming fireplace reminiscent of yesteryear

Dining room with large picturesque window, beamed ceiling and custom built-ins -  properly located for easy flow and ideal for entertaining 

Stylish, state of the art kitchen that leads to spacious deck and backyard

Private backyard with mature landscaping and detached artist studio or workshop

Hardwood floors, double paned windows, artistic archways, and many craftsman touches throughout

Laundry off the central hall, air conditioning, and 1-car garage

Perfectly located near Burlingame Avenue, downtown San Mateo, public transportation, schools, parks, and SFO

Distances...

Burlingame Avenue:  0.9 mi

Downtown San Mateo: 1.1 mi

CalTrain: 1.9 mi

US 101: 0.9 mi

SFO: 4.1 mi

Neighborhood

One of the largest cities on the San Francisco Peninsula, San Mateo boasts many options for recreation as well as a revitalized downtown, with a large movie theater, restaurants, and bars. Spanish explorers first came to present-day San Mateo on a 1776 scouting trip and named the creek they slept beside San Mateo Creek. In 1863, the railroad arrived in San Mateo, leading some wealthy San Franciscans to build summer and weekend homes in the area.

The city is home to the Hillsdale Shopping Center and a number of parks -- including Central Park and the Coyote Point Recreation Area. The CuriOdyssey museum at Coyote Point offers science and wildlife exhibits for children and adults, some of which feature live animals. For a breathtakingly beautiful jog, hike, or bicycling outing, locals head to the Sawyer Camp Trail at the Crystal Springs Reservoir. 

Schedule

Open Houses:
Saturday and Sunday 1-4PM

Additional Showings by Appointment:
Contact Mike Bohnert
650.504.2378
[email protected]

Contact

Mike Bohnert

Realtor® AssociateThe Bohnert GroupcalDRE# 01325031www.MikeBohnert.com