Explore the possibilities in this charming Victorian-style, two-level home in San Mateo's North Central neighborhood. Consider the tremendous income-producing potential, an ideal residence for multigenerational living, or a spacious single-family home.
Located at 227 N. Claremont Street, it is ideally situated between San Francisco and Silicon Valley, minutes from tech giants, Google, Facebook, and Oracle headquarters, and about seven miles from San Francisco International Airport. Hop on Highways 101 and 92, about a mile away, for a quick drive into the East Bay or towards the coast and Half Moon Bay.
Behind an inviting front porch is about 1,710 square feet of living space with hardwood floors, high ceilings, fresh interior paint, and decorative millwork. There are three bedrooms and two bathrooms plus a bonus room, ideal for ahome office. The upper level is ideal to use as a private unit. It includes a bedroom, bathroom, a full eat-in kitchen, and laundry hookups.
The main level features a spacious living room with a front-facing bay window and an exposed beam ceiling. Pocket doors separate this room from the dining room anchored with a fireplace.
The eat-in kitchen features wainscot detailing, freshly painted cabinetry, and a gas range. Also on this main level is a full bathroom with a tub/shower combination, laundry niche, and possible office space with access to the backyard. Two bedrooms are also on this level.
The sizeable, almost 7,300 square foot lot offers lots of room for off-street parking up to 10 cars down the long driveway to the detached three-car garage or expand the backyard gardens where apple pomegranate and other fruit trees are thriving. This home also features abundant storage inside and out, including an approximately 200-square-foot basement.
Enjoy a location with a near-perfect walk score close to everything, including less than a half-mile to San Mateo High School. It is also less than a mile to downtown San Mateo, an exciting five-block destination with a variety of gathering venues and dining and shopping options.
Outdoor recreation areas are also conveniently close and include Coyote Point, the 670-acre park with picnic areas, playgrounds, walking trails, the Poplar Creek Golf Course, and a saltwater marsh for windsurfing and kayaking. Central Park and Japanese Tea Garden, designed by Nagao Sakurai of the Imperial Palace of Tokyo, is the site of many annual community events, including the music series, the Fourth of July festival, and the springtime Eggstravaganza. Poplar Creek Golf Course and more.