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Masterfully remodeled and lovingly re-imagined perfection inside and out! Phenomenal Downtown Belmont split-level 1940’s home with integrity, style, curb appeal and an enviable location!
The home is gracefully perched above street level: added light from every window, excellent privacy, great views. 3 bedrooms/1 bath upstairs balance the 1940’s style with a brand new chef’s kitchen, open staircase, gorgeous gas fireplace, lush refinished hardwood floors, new deck and views of Redwood Shores.
The basement level was completely remodeled to the studs and now includes a magical expansive family room with exposed beams and contemporary concrete floors, a 4th bedroom/large master suite with French doors to the landscaped patio and private yard, a dream spa master bath, walk-in closet, an additional 3rd full bath with shower and a separate laundry room/storage/workshop! Large 2 car garage with storage and a truly unique and caring neighborhood.
The home also has a walking path behind the yard with added privacy and the long back fence is not shared with neighbors! Walking distance to Farmer's Markets, Caltrain, Restaurants (Farmhouse is down the street!), shopping, grocery stores, great eateries. Independence for kids and adults alike as the location has a walking score of 98 and is a stone’s throw from eateries (Farmhouse is down the street), markets, coffee and avocado toast. With exquisite highly regarded Belmont schools (buyer to verify availability), this home is also just 10 blocks (1.2 miles) to Laurel Street/Downtown San Carlos...this home is the best of ALL worlds! Welcome home!
Belmont gets its name from the French words for “beautiful mountain,” and much of the city sits at the base of steep hills overlooking San Francisco Bay. Many fine homes that were built at the turn of the last century still stand, although the demand for additional housing in recent decades – spurred partially by growth at the nearby headquarters of Oracle Corp. – gives the city a more modern look. Belmont is also the home of Notre Dame de Namur University, a Catholic, co-educational school that became the first college in California authorized to grant a bachelor’s degree to women. Bounded by San Mateo, Foster City, Redwood City, and San Carlos, Belmont has a population of more than 26,000 residents. The city is located within close proximity to both state Route 82 and Highway 101 and also has its own Caltrain station. Belmont attracted national attention in 2009 when it adopted a smoking ordinance considered one of the strictest in the nation. The ordinance bans smoking in all parks, businesses, and multistory apartments and condominiums.