One of the largest homes in this exclusive enclave, 121 Springdale Way in Emerald Hills showcases an abundance of flexible space and versatility to accommodate multigenerational living, a home office, a growing family, or anyone who loves to entertain while enjoying awe-inspiring views of the San Francisco Bay from multiple terraces and several rooms.
The prime location in San Mateo County offers easy access to the Stanford University campus only 5 miles away, and is ideal for professors, visiting instructors or graduate students. Its close proximity to both Interstate 280 and Highway 101 also means convenient access to Silicon Valley and San Francisco, downtown Redwood City and San Carlos, and international airports, despite its quiet and rural ambience.
The neighborhood is less than 1 mile to the popular Edgewood Park and Natural Preserve, a gorgeous 467-acre open preserve featuring 10 miles of hiking, biking and equestrian trails.
Additional outdoor recreation options are nearby as well in Hanley’s Park and Pulgas Ridge, another open space preserve that is also less than a mile away and features 366 acres with more hiking trails. Hike to the top of the ridge for incredible bay and hillside views.
This custom-built home has been lovingly maintained by only two owners. Its Mediterranean style features many details including a red tile roof, stucco facade, Saltillo tile steps and terraces, and decorative iron railings. There is about 5,200 square feet of light-filled living space on an almost .75 acre lot with six bedrooms, and five-and-a-half bathrooms, and a possible home office or in-law suite enjoys a separate, private entry.
Unique to this home is the convenient elevator that provides convenient service to all three levels plus the three-car garage on the lower level.
Step down into the home’s formal living room, which is anchored by a wood-burning fireplace.
The double-door entry opens onto the main level and an expansive foyer with a soaring ceiling, tile flooring and French doors with arched transom to the side yard. Step through an arched entry and down into the formal living room featuring hardwood floors, and a tongue and groove vaulted beam ceiling. This room is anchored by a wood-burning fireplace and its captivating easterly and southeasterly views of the San Francisco Bay offers an inviting entertaining space.
A formal dining room has three glass French doors and is a large room able to accommodate grand dinner parties and features crown molding, a chandelier, and hardwood floors.
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Source:: The Mercury News – Lifestyle