Immaculate Gem in the Heart of San Mateo’s Baywood Neighborhood!
Tucked Away with Separate Access | Two Balconies | Decorative Beam Ceilings | Expansive Bedroom Suite with Coffered Ceiling | Engineered Hardwood Floors | New & Modern Carpeting | Two Deeded Side-by-Side Parking Spaces | Spacious Storage Unit (14x4+/-) | Monthly HOA Dues of $842 | Mature Trees & Architectural Plantings that Have Perfectly Blossomed Since 2005 | Just Minutes to Downtown Eateries, Parks and Shopping | Award-Winning Schools (Public & Private) | Easy Access to Public Transit, Highways 101 & 92 and Interstate 280
This immaculate condo is one of just 17 units in the coveted & boutique Baywood Place community. Conveniently located one block from the state-of-the-art San Mateo library and within close-proximity to Downtown San Mateo and to the coveted Central Park (developed in 1922,16.3 acres) this unit and location are a Mid-Peninsula dream!
Baywood Place was built in 2005 and features stunning architecture and design in keeping with the aesthetics of this historic Baywood neighborhood...we love the juxtaposition of this 18-year-old (young) building perfectly sited and ensconced on West Third Avenue. This unit shares a private stairway entry, surrounded by lush and manicured landscaping, with just one other unit. The open and light-filled floorplan includes a lovely living and dining area adjacent to the well-appointed kitchen. The living room balcony nicely extends this space and offers views of the verdant and well-manicured grounds. The ensuite bedroom with a spacious and fitted walk-in closet features the second balcony with stunning views of the neighborhood. This residence also includes two deed parking spaces in the secured underground garage, in addition to a designated storage space. Bottom-line every amenity and detail are offered here…we look forward to hosting you at this stunning Baywood Residence. Cheers, The Sharp Group!
About San Mateo
San Mateo is located within San Mateo County about 18 miles from downtown San Francisco. It is the second most populous city in the county. Rising from the San Francisco Bay into the hills, San Mateo is a robust city with a diversified housing stock. Many homes in the area were built between 1940 and 1960, but you will also find a variety of newer and older homes. From townhomes to single-family homes, there is an abundance of housing options in San Mateo. After work, San Mateo residents have many opportunities for leisure. There are numerous parks in the area as well as a marina and bike paths that crisscross the town. Just west of the city is Crystal Springs Reservoir where you will find miles of open space and trails.