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Nestled on a quaint street in the Westborough neighborhood, this refreshing split-level home embraces you with its freshly painted exterior and hillside views. This classic three bedroom, two and a half bathroom home has been lovingly maintained, and newly updated throughout incorporating a warm blend of classic and contemporary styles.
Perfectly crafted for everyday living, the floor plan is comprised of a light-filled living room, dining area and newly remodeled eat-in kitchen. The completely renovated bathrooms and bedrooms are ideally located on the upper level, providing a tranquil retreat. The lower level provides a sprawling family room with plenty of space for a home office, play space or fitness area, including a remodeled half bathroom and access to the rear yard. Some of the interior updates include hardwood floors that have been refinished with a rich, sophisticated hue, new light fixtures, hardware and fresh paint.
The home is set on an approximately 5,000 square feet lot and is located near Westborough Square shopping and eateries, neighborhood schools, multiple parks, and Highway 280. Just a short drive to Serramonte Shopping Center, San Francisco International Airport and BART and CalTrain for easy commuting.
South San Francisco is perhaps best known among Bay Area residents for its hillside sign, which has broadcast the city’s slogan ("The Industrial City") to passing motorists on Highway 101 for decades. In the late 1920s, the city approved a bond to have the slogan emblazoned in 60-foot cement letters on the aptly named Sign Hill.
Prior to the annual “big game” between Stanford University and the University of California, Berkeley football teams, the sign’s letters used to be painted in each school’s colors. Now, players from the city’s El Camino and South San Francisco high school football teams paint the sign’s letters with their colors before playing each other in an annual game.
South San Francisco, or “South City” as it’s affectionately called by Bay Area residents, is located four miles north of San Francisco International Airport. The biotech company Genentech is headquartered in the city, as is See’s Candies.
The city of more than 66,000 offers views of San Francisco Bay, opportunities for outdoor recreation, and the Oyster Point Marina, which provides ferry service to Oakland and Alameda. South City has also has its own Caltrain and Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) stations, facilitating commutes to San Francisco or Silicon Valley.
Of the city’s 21,814 housing units, 59 percent are owner occupied, according to United States Census Bureau data. The median household income is $77,000, and the median home value is $585,000.