Relax and say “Ahh…”
This three-bed, two-bath home has curb appeal outside, and even more appeal inside. Mediterranean-style arches lead you through the front courtyard; an arched door beckons you inside. Hardwood floors span out through all the main living quarters. The adjoined family and kitchen, with lots of windows and glass doors, feature the beautiful oasis of a yard outside. You’ll love the recessed lights, quartz counters and attractive cabinets with pullout shelves in the kitchen.
The dining room is attached to the living room. Windows again feature the great outdoors. There is lots of room for entertaining with this floor plan! The master bedroom is comfortably carpeted. You’ll be impressed by the gas fireplace, cathedral ceilings and glass doors out to the rear deck. There is another carpeted bedroom, and one with hardwood. The yard features a wrap-around deck that takes you on a tour of the garden, with tons of foliage including orange and lemon trees. You’ll find a space for everything in your two-car garage. This home is close to Gull Park, the Bay Levee Pedway and Foster City’s great schools. Don’t wait to make this your home!
Foster City is unlike any other city in the Bay Area. It is a planned community, built in the 1960s on an engineered landfill in the marshes of San Francisco Bay and incorporated in 1971.
Foster City's most notable characteristic is the extensive lagoon system that runs throughout the city; in fact, water covers 80 percent of Foster City’s 20 square miles.
Credit card giant Visa Inc. kept more than 2,000 workers in Foster City when it moved its headquarters to San Francisco in 2009. Companies headquartered in the city include Gilead and Electronics For Imaging, Inc.
Foster City is the western terminus of the seven-mile-long San Mateo Bridge, which connects with Hayward on the eastern side of San Francisco Bay. Neighboring cities include San Mateo, Belmont, and Redwood City. Foster City’s population is more than 32,000.