Lush gardens of year-round blooms entice you into this three-bedroom, two bathroom Baywood home on a wide street of homes so pristinely and quaintly arranged into a beautiful block that they appear to come from the pages of a magazine. Every aspect of this house has been thoughtfully designed with great entertaining, flow and generous living spaces in mind.
One of this country's best kept secrets, San Mateo Park is one of the most beautiful and unique residential communities within The United states, a secluded enclave of early 20th century homes in a park like setting of towering trees, and lush landscaping.
San Mateo Park is located on the San Francisco Peninsula, 20 miles south of San Francisco, adjacent to the towns of Hillsborough and Burlingame, and within a short commute to Silicon Valley, and Biotech companies.
San Mateo Park was founded in 1896, when the City Beautiful movement was at itsí peak. Together, architect George Howard Jr. Landscape architect, John McLaren, the designer of Golden Park, E. W. McClellan, the founder of McClellanís nursery, and City Planner Davenport Bromfield, the Planner for such communities as Carmel California, set out to create a residential community that would stand out as one of the foremost tributes to residential design ideals of the turn of the century residential planning.