Sponsored: Top-floor resort-style living in a Silicon Valley community

Lights, camera, action. The spotlight shines on the debut of this fabulous Silicon Valley property that homebuyers at every stage in life will find appealing.

Ideal for first-timers ready to take the plunge into the real estate market to those empty nesters ready to downsize without compromising a convenient location, this condominium offering resort-style living in the heart of Silicon Valley is a star attraction. Realtor Pat Kapowich, a producer and host of consumer-protection and risk-management television interview shows, real estate seminars, and stage productions, in addition to being a stage actor and musician, has relied on his artistic eye to create a turnkey property with stylish updates and a fresh, like-new interior that is picture perfect and move-in ready.

Located at 1760 Halford Ave. in Santa Clara, this Las Brisas third-floor condominium, No. 363, features almost 1,000 square feet of light-filled living space with two generous bedrooms, two fully updated bathrooms, galley kitchen, view balcony and lots of storage. The secured building also has an elevator and wide stairwells. The unit has an assigned carport with lots of additional parking available.

The park-like setting of Las Brisas is filled with lush foliage and manicured gardens, sprawling lawns, shade trees, meandering pathways, picnic areas, two updated pools, hot tubs, and a tennis court. Additionally, a two-level clubhouse offers a fabulous venue to reserve to host a party, gather with friends, or watch the big game. A spacious sitting room with its vaulted ceiling has a television screen, comfortable seating and fireplace. An upper-level loft offers additional space to meet and relax. There is a full kitchen, game room with pool and pingpong tables, a fully equipped gym, and men’s and women’s restrooms with saunas and showers.

The condominium is located in the park-like setting of Las Brisas, a community with a two-level clubhouse, picnic areas, two updated pools, hot tubs, and more.

Back in the unit, a refreshing contemporary and neutral palette of colors features newly painted walls and woodwork, smooth textured ceilings, all new plush carpeting, engineered hardwood floors, new baseboards, new fixtures, and new interior doors with brushed nickel hardware. New electrical outlets and switches, new smoke/carbon monoxide detectors, and electric heater with built-in thermostat were also installed.

The kitchen received a complete face-lift with all new GE appliances including range, hood, dishwasher, refrigerator and garbage disposal. There are new granite counters including a breakfast bar, a subway tile backsplash, and new cabinet

Source:: The Mercury News – Lifestyle


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