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105 West Bellevue Ave, San Mateo Park
Sold $300K Over Asking
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4 Bedrooms
3 1/2 Baths
3,000 Sq Ft
6,000 sq ft Lot

Remodeled Residence in San Mateo Park!

This jewel is perfectly situated in the heart of the stunning San Mateo Park neighborhood, amongst an excellent assemblage of custom residences, and just blocks from a plethora of Downtown Burlingame and Downtown San Mateo amenities. This sexy and immaculate property has a stunning offering of new and mature landscaping with verdant perimeter foliage, new turf and custom iron gates, all which create an oasis-like setting and supreme privacy. Built in 1927, this home has an exciting blend of modern and historic touches throughout.



Expansive Living Room with Barrel Ceiling * Formal Dining Room * Eat-In Marble Kitchen * Four Bedrooms including Multiple En-Suites * Three Bathrooms * Wood-Burning Fireplace * Gleaming Hardwood Flooring Throughout * Ample Storage Space* Private Setting * Architectural Plantings * Verdant Landscaping  *New Paver and Stone Walkways* Expansive Paver Driveway* New Turf/Grass * Grand Perimeter Trees * Supreme Privacy 

Accessory Structure 

Ground level family room that offers a resort-like setting promoting indoor/outdoor living, entertaining and relaxation 

New Accordion Glass Doors * Porcelain Flooring * Wine Refrigerator * Excellent Storage Space * Installed Plumbing for Future Washer/Dryer & Sink 

Second-level guest quarters with an open floor plan and a plethora of possible uses 

Kitchenette * Remodeled Bathroom * Natural Light * Window Planter Boxes * Private & Separate Quarters * A Plethora of End-Uses 


San Mateo Park Photo

About San Mateo Park

This exclusive neighborhood within the city of San Mateo is nestled between Burlingame and downtown San Mateo, with gorgeous estates littered throughout the safe, beautiful boulevards. San Mateo Park boasts close proximity to Burlingame Country Club, private schooling like Crystal Springs Uplands School, shopping and restaurants in downtown San Mateo and Burlingame. With the flowering magnolias, countless species of trees and flowers, San Mateo Park is a botanical garden and a horticultural dream. The architectural styles in San Mateo Park include works by such renowned architects as Julia Morgan, Bernard Maybeck, and John Howard, and represent every vernacular from the Queen Anne Victorian, to the Arts and Crafts, and the period revivals of the 20's and 30's.

Its tight-knit neighborhood, along with the exuberance of its architecture and landscaping, gives San Mateo Park its unique character and desirability.