Welcome to "Phase one" of Grandview Terrace. Rare development opportunity to build multiple homes on the "Up & Coming" Half Moon Bay Coastside! These 22 subdivided lots are level and reasonably priced. Most are 5,000 sq ft, with four of them 7,500 sq ft lots. This sale includes paid sewer assessments, 18 coveted CCWD 5/8" water connections and 18 assigned Measure A certificates (expire on December 15, 2017). Next step is environmental review, coastal development permit, and submit plans! Developer needs to install curb, gutter, sidewalk and paving in front of lots. 22 additional parcels also available for sale as "Phase two". Buyer to investigate building process with Half Moon Bay City Planning Dept. Located just north of Historical Half Moon Bay Main Street. Short distance from the coastal trail and Pillar Point Harbor's shops and restaurants. See PDF rendering for a 2,480 sq ft 4 bedroom/3 bath home that was approved for a nearby 5,000 sf lot on Grandview Ave.
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Lot Square Footage:
- Electricity - LESS than 500 feet away
- Public Utilities
Popular Beach [Photo by: Images by John 'K', nabewise]
Golf Courses on the famous Half Moon Bay coastline [Photo by: _e.t, nabewise]
View of Half Moon Bay [Photo by: nydolce, flickr]
More About Half Moon Bay
Enjoying a prime location on the coast side of the Peninsula, Half Moon Bay is of the county’s oldest communities and hottest spots for accelerated growth and expansion. The historic business district offers a glimpse of life in the 1800’s when farmland dotted the unspoiled countryside. Sandy beaches, lagoons, redwood forests, beautiful state parks, fields of wild flowers, and hiking along coastal bluffs are just a few of the attractions to this scenic area. Hospitality represents a flourishing business in the coastal communities where residents and visitors alike enjoy lush parks, stores, bakeries, galleries, cafes, art studios, spas, boutiques, restaurants, hotels and charming bed-and-breakfast inns. Housing choices range from newly constructed to elegantly restored older homes. Among the distinctive towns that punctuate the coastline is Pescadero, a New England style community of framed houses and steepled churches. Princeton-by-the-Sea has become a haven for commercial fisherman and recreational boaters, whereas Montara attracts a significant population of artists and writers.