11200 Sq. Ft
Year Built: 1954
This spectacular 2750 sq. ft. Burlingame Hills home is situated on a 11,200 sq. ft. usable lot and offers timeless appeal. Built in 1954, it is located on a rare, family-friendly cul-de-sac creating a great neighborhood feel in the hills! Stunning formal living room with fireplace and separate dining room are surrounded by large picture windows looking out onto gorgeous bay and canyon views, and provide wonderful natural light. French doors lead to an expansive deck, which is ideal for entertaining or relaxing, seamlessly connecting the indoor living area to back lawn and outdoor living spaces. Enjoy the gourmet kitchen with an abundance of custom cabinets, built in desk space and top of the line appliances, along with a built in banquet making this perfect for casual dining. The classic floor plan upstairs features a master suite with an en-suite bath and a peaceful, private balcony also with magnificent views, along with two additional bedrooms and remodeled bathroom. Downstairs enjoy a sizable family room with built in custom cabinetry and seating with doors leading to the backyard. Fourth bedroom and full bath are perfect for an office, guest room, or au pair. Partial basement with built in work bench, shelving, and a closet perfect for a wine storage! Lush and mature landscaping, multiple decks, and grassy areas surround the home providing your own private and peaceful oasis.
Beth Taylor is a rock star! I had been hunting for the perfect house in Burlingame for a couple of years: not necessarily in a hurry, but very concerned with buying exactly what we wanted. Last summer, I happened upon an Estate Sale, and decided to enter the home to see if it might be coming on the market soon. It turned out that it was going to be on the market soon, but given that it was a Trustee Sale, there were certain rules that needed to be met before any offers could be entertained. What to do? After touring the house, I knew it was exactly what we were looking for, but I had no idea how to get ahead of the Estate Sale scenario and the multiple bidder reality that was about to ensue.