Joseph Eichler aficionados and lovers of mid-century style will be captivated by this home’s complete transformation and its incredible setting with uninterrupted views of the western hills. Eichler referred to his style as “boldness, change, and optimism through indoor/outdoor living” and that is on full display at this remarkably comfortable and easy to maintain home. Every inch has been masterfully transformed while staying true to the original design. The layout is open and flowing for living, dining, and kitchen with seamless access to the rear grounds and views as well as to the gated front courtyard – another Eichler signature. Behind the scenes, myriad tech features enhance comfort and livability like radiant-heated floors, voice-controlled lighting and skylight operation, solar-powered electricity, and automated sunshades on every window. 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, and is only minutes to hiking trails and sandy ocean beaches. Welcome home!
Home to over 105,000 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 2022, the San Mateo average price for a single-family home was $2,202,998, a 9% increase from the previous year.