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917 Durlston Road

Redwood City, CA 94062

(7.54%) $3,225,000

  • Active
  • 4 Beds
  • 3 Baths
  • 3,540 SqFt
  • MLS# ML81667551

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Situated on a quiet street one block from the magnificent estate properties of Edgewood Road and surrounded by homes of equal significance, this classic Mediterranean masterpiece exemplifies architectural integrity and designer panache. Four bedrooms, three baths, formal dining and living rooms, chefs kitchen with granite, top appliances, and spacious dining area, and a private lower-level suite and family room with access to the rear yard with patios and large pool are enhanced by unique details in every room: coved ceilings, carved arches, solid oak doors, parquet floors, wrought iron, tiling, and a huge, original concrete fireplace.Historic details are intact and no detail was spared in the tasteful, imaginative, and sophisticated renovation. Perfectly chosen design elements, including unique light fixtures, textured walls, custom tile and paint, and a fanciful stairway mural captivate the discerning eye and perfectly compliment the style and grace of this one-of-a kind home.

Location

Cross Street:

Edgewood Road

City:

Redwood City

County:

San Mateo

Schools

Elementary:

Clifford Elementary

High:

Sequoia High

District:

Redwood City Elementary

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About Redwood City

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At-a-Glance

From its earliest days when it served as the land of the Ohlone people, to its role as port city for the transportation of lumber and other goods, to it latest iteration as home to some of the biggest names in technology (Oracle and Electronic Arts among them), Redwood City has long held an attraction for those living on the Peninsula.

In a Few Words

Family-friendly, excellent schools

Living Here

Although ranked among the most populated urban centers of San Mateo County, Redwood City has managed to harmonize residential, industrial, and commercial elements into a pleasing cityscape.

The only deep water port in the South Bay, Redwood City’s waterfront provides a yacht harbor and is distinguished as the fastest growing small port in the State of California.

Expansive open space and a newly revitalized downtown area provide all sorts of excuses to get outside — something that’s easy to do year round, thanks to Redwood City’s irresistible climate.

Good-to-Know

Civic pride in Redwood City runs deep — and has from the beginning.

In the early 1920s, after a study found Redwood City had the best climate outside of the Canary Islands and North Africa’s Mediterranean Coast, city officials sponsored a contest to come up with a slogan that would allow them to brag about their accolade. The resulting, “Climate Best By Government Test” is still proudly displayed on many of the city’s signs.

Why Redwood City?

Thanks in part to the residents’ determination to maintain low-density housing and protect its natural beauty and historic heritage, Redwood City’s reputation for excellent schools and a town government that includes a significant number of generous and energetic volunteers makes it one of the most desirable places to live in the Bay Area.

Just 25 miles south of San Francisco, the well-balanced community of Redwood City serves as the county seat. It ranks among the most populated urban centers of San mateo County. Incorporated in the 1860's, the long-established community of Redwood City has managed to harmonize residential, industrial, and commercial elements into a pleasing cityscape. Its waterfront provides a yacht harbor and the only deep water port in the South Bay, distinguished as the fastest growing small port in the State of California. nade of birds and expansive open space. During the expansion that followed WWII, residents the charm and grandeur of their home. Concerned residents made efforts to maintain low-density housing and to protect the valley's natural beauty. Portola Valley continues to support its natural and historic heritage, excellent schools and a town government that includes a significant number of generous and energetic volunteers.

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Listing Agent:

Gina Haggarty

Listing Brokerage:

Pacific Union International Inc

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