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Welcome to 1998 Newcastle Drive, Los Altos
Custom details abound in this Carmel-style rancher. Stunning hand-finished plaster walls and ceilings create the warm and upscale ambience, while custom built-ins, overhead beams, the indoor grill, and stone tile floors complete the Mediterranean embrace inside this well-appointed home.
The exceptional and efficient floorplan allows the home to feel much larger than its 1700 square feet; each of the three bedrooms is well sized, including the wonderful, private, primary suite with its direct access to the spectacular backyard. The inviting kitchen area feels taken right out of an Italian movie set. Boasting Bosch, Viking and Bertazzoni appliances, it centers around the large breakfast bar - perfect for gathering your favorite people while connecting the kitchen to the generous dining area.
Just outside the kitchen is a beautifully landscaped backyard, where you’ll enjoy a fully appointed outdoor kitchen, including grill, stovetop, refrigerator, storage and dishwasher. With plenty of room for multiple seating areas, you’ll have ample space to entertain – gather friends and family around the built-in firepit, or enjoy a quiet evening surrounded by the trickle of your own private waterfall and river.
Located in the extremely walkable and friendly Grant Park neighborhood, this thoughtful and meticulous remodel is not to be missed!
Los Altos is a quiet, residential city with tree-lined streets and a quaint downtown.
Due to commercial restrictions, Los Altos lacks the tech and corporate presence of many Peninsula and South Bay cities. The city’s downtown features more than 150 shops and restaurants in a six-block area, with frequent movie nights, farmers' markets, and special events. A weekly newspaper, the Los Altos Town Crier, has its offices on Main Street.
Los Altos is an affluent community, with a median household income of $158,000, according to United States Census Bureau data. Of Los Altos’ 11,204 housing units, 84.5 percent are owner occupied. According to Forbes' 2014 list of America's Most Expensive ZIP Codes, the city's 94022 and 94024 ZIP codes had median home prices of $2,896,103 and $2,527,908, respectively.