This fully renovated home combines Spanish Revival details outside with chic, modern design inside. Elaborate ornamental carvings at the front door recall the home’s circa 1924 heritage. Step inside to open, contemporary style where white oak floors and recessed lighting unify the main level, and cable-strung railings outline the staircase as well as the vast rear deck, where fresh-air living awaits. The two-story floor plan and remodeled Accessory Dwelling Unit provide ample options for today’s work-from-home needs, including a bedroom with private front entrance and a lower-level recreation room with half-bath. The open chef’s kitchen and baths are all perfectly appointed with designer finishes, and the kitchen also offers a suite of high-end appliances. The extra-deep grounds, of almost one-quarter acre, offer gated space for play, plus terraced gardens with level creek-side yard. Combined with excellent local schools and a location in Burlingame’s most desirable neighborhood, Easton Addition, this is truly a wonderful place to call home.
Burlingame, known as the “City of Trees” for its 18,000 trees, is one of the most desirable communities on the northern San Francisco Peninsula. Burlingame thrives in its downtown areas surrounding Burlingame and Broadway Avenues, which attract visitors from far and wide. High-end boutique shops, charming cafes, and upscale restaurants create a vibrant place to gather with friends and family. Burlingame is close to the San Francisco International Airport and is midway between San Francisco and Silicon Valley. Homes range from those with charming, vintage character to chic and luxurious, offering a variety of choices for any lifestyle.
In 2020, the Burlingame average price for a single-family home was $2,716,502, a 6% increase from the previous year.