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Built in 1964, this classic three bedroom, two bathroom home has been lovingly maintained and upgraded by the same family for over 57 years, incorporating new features while staying true to the home’s original character. Updates abound this charming home and include gleaming hardwood flooring throughout, updated kitchen, two renovated bathrooms, double-pane windows and sliding door, decorative door casings, modern light fixtures and more.
The light filled living room provides a contemporary fireplace with title surround and decorative wood mantle, which opens to the expansive dining room, ideal for family dinners or entertaining guests. The updated kitchen offers quartz counter tops, stainless steel appliances, over sink window looking out to the tranquil rear yard and a French door pantry closet with ample storage space. The bedrooms are set away from the main living spaces, providing restful retreats.
Off the kitchen and dining room sits to the rear yard, blending indoor and outdoor living. The backyard features mature rose and bougainvillea bushes, apple, fig and apricot trees, lawn area and spacious patio providing a perfect setting to enjoy your morning cup of coffee or end of the day relaxation.
Once inside, the approximately 1,320 square feet home features:
Located approximately half a mile from SSF BART Station, Costco, Trader Joes and Kaiser Hospital. Providing easy access to Highway 101 and 280. With a short commute to Genentech and minutes away from Serramonte Shopping Center, Restaurants, San Francisco International Airport, Downtown San Francisco.
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.