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Julie Baumann presents:
Perched on a tranquil hillside in the Farm Hill neighborhood just two miles from vibrant Downtown Redwood City is a recently updated 4BD, 3BA home with views to the East Bay Hills.
Recently painted inside and out, the home’s white interior is enhanced by natural light through large windows and glass doors, and grounded by deep toned oak floors that sweep throughout. The split-level floor plan of 2,156± square feet boasts a living room with fireplace and scenic views toward the bay, a reimagined kitchen with huge dining island, quartz counters, subway tile and stainless steel appliances, an open dining room that extends to the backyard patio and a flex-use family room with an en suite bath. The primary suite is situated on the main level and three bedrooms and a cleverly arranged bathroom are upstairs.
2022 updates include new light fixtures, quartz surfaces, tile backsplashes, floors and surrounds, bathroom fixtures, floating vanities and shelves, Shaker-style kitchen cabinets, hardware, appliances and more.
The home’s hillside setting is less than a mile from Red Morton Park’s sport fields and courts, skatepark, Magical Bridge Playground and Shakespeare in the Park Theater. It is midway (2 miles) between Downtown Redwood City restaurants, shopping, entertainment and Caltrain, and Highway 280 for easily accessing the entire Bay Area.
Saturday, November 5th • 2-4:30pm
Sunday, November 6th • 11am-4:00pm
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California may be known for its temperate weather, but Redwood City boasts the added distinction of having tied the Canary Islands and North Africa’s Mediterranean Coast for the world’s best climate in a 1920s U.S. and German test -- hence, the city’s motto, which officials have plastered on signs around town: “Climate Best by Government Test.” Around 81,000 people live in Redwood City according to 2013 United States Census Bureau estimates.
The city is located near the middle of the San Francisco Peninsula and is surrounded by rolling hills and bay shoreline. Redwood City also boasts a revitalized downtown, which is home to restaurants, bars, and nightclubs, as well as the San Mateo County government center and courthouse. Some downtown parking meters even let you add time via cell phone.
The city limits include the Redwood Shores neighborhood on the waterfront, which is physically separate from the rest of Redwood City and borders San Carlos and Belmont. The district houses the headquarters of Oracle Corp. and Electronic Arts. In the hills above the city lies the Emerald Hills neighborhood, a beautiful residential area that’s home to Edgewood Park & Natural Preserve and close to Interstate 280.
The median household income is $79,000, and the median home value is $765,000 according to 2013 U.S. Census Bureau data. Of the city’s 29,167 housing units, 52 percent are owner-occupied.