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Situated in one of the most desirable areas of San Bruno, this three bedroom, two bath home reflects the best in value, style, and function.
Stunning curbside charm with appealing brick, white window box, and new landscape bursting with color.
Gleaming hardwood floors, fresh paint, and an open flow for comfort and convenience.
Picturesque window and a striking tiled fireplace with wooden mantle highlights the sun drenched living room.
An adjoining separate dining area, comfortably sized and situated for family and guest gatherings.
The kitchen boasts of subway tile, new countertops, and classic cabinetry.
An individual office/bonus room and lower family room serve to exemplify functionality. Both represent cherished spaces that highlight everyday living and provide easy access to outdoor entertainment.
The beautifully manicured yard is simple, and again, functional, with a combination of brick, aggregate, grass, and mature shrubbery. Also included is the inviting veranda for enjoyment and simple relaxation.
Bathrooms are stylish with tiles of yesteryear, combining age and practicality to meet the needs of family life. Updated master suite.
Blessed with its elevated position, the property sports handsome views, enhanced with the mesmerizing beauty of flights taking off and landing in the far distance.
Two car attached garage with laundry and sink.
Impressive separate workshop and storage area.
All told, this home is ideally located for schools, shopping, and transportation. It’s value speaks for itself in location, style, design, and purpose. Close to 101, 280, and BART, there is little left to deflect the attention of the most discriminating buyer.
Freeway Access | 0.9 mi
Caltrain | 1.6 mi
San Bruno City Park | 4 blocks
John Muir Elementary | 2.2 mi
Parkside Intermediate | 0.8 mi
Capuchino High School | 0.6 mi
Green Hills Country Club | 1.1 mi
Located between Millbrae and South San Francisco, San Bruno is perhaps best known as the city next to San Francisco International Airport. The city of more than 42,000 has much to offer its residents, including a lively shopping district, easy access to public transit and highways, and proximity to nature.
San Bruno became an official municipality in 1914 but remained primarily rural until the 1940s, when a housing boom transformed the city. The population stabilized again during the 1960s.
The city is home to Skyline College, Caltrain, and Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) stations, video-sharing company YouTube, and The Shops at Tanforan mall. The Golden Gate National Cemetery is located on Sneath Lane.
San Bruno residents enjoy easy access to a number of hiking and outdoor recreation areas, including 1,200-foot-tall Sweeney Ridge. Visitors to the ridge take in breathtaking views of Marin County and the East Bay on clear days. For more information, visit https://www.sanbruno.ca.gov/