This mid-century modern Joseph Eichler home has been masterfully renovated while preserving and enhancing what Eichler called “boldness, change, and optimism through indoor/outdoor living.” The clean-lined and flowing floor plan showcases signatures of the original Eichler design with slightly vaulted and paneled ceilings, white globe pendant lights, radiant-heated floors, and floor-to-ceiling walls of glass. New white oak floors unify every room with updated stylish elegance. Reimagined with an open concept and expanded for even more natural light, both the main living area and the primary suite seamlessly connect with the outdoors. The kitchen is sleek and modern, there are 3 total bedrooms, and the garage has been fully finished offering options for play and/or fitness space if needed. Perfectly located in the sought-after Highlands neighborhood, this premier location is just blocks to both the elementary school and the recreation center with pool, tennis, and playground. Welcome home!
Summary of the Home
Home to over 97,000 residents, San Mateo is one of the larger suburbs on the Peninsula. Downtown is a popular gathering place, perfect for the weekend visitor or resident alike with its numerous restaurants and shops. Steeped in history, downtown enjoys the many architectural styles of its buildings that date back to San Mateo’s incorporation in 1894. Also downtown is beautiful Central Park with a baseball field, Japanese tea garden, playground, and tennis courts, offering delightful recreational venues for year-round outdoor enjoyment. Plus, San Mateo boasts some of the Peninsula’s best schools. All of these amenities make San Mateo a lovely community to live, work, and play.
In 2021, the San Mateo average price for a single-family home was $2,023,825, an 11% increase from the previous year.