Facts + Figures

  • Desirable waterfront one Marina community on Bair Island, an ecological wetland with waterways connecting to the San Francisco Bay

  • 2-bedroom, 2.5-bath townhome-style condominium built in 2012

  • Approximately 1,585 square feet (per county)

  • Elevated private walkway lined with foliage leads to a large front porch perfect for a barbecue

  • Multi-level floor plan with split entry leading into the living room, down to the garage, and up to the kitchen/dining areas, and bedrooms on the top floor

  • Beautiful engineered wood floors with a hewn finish in the living areas; new wool carpet on the stairs and in the bedrooms; freshly painted interiors

  • Spacious living room with two-story wall of front windows with views out to the Bay and San Mateo Bridge

  • Formal dining room, with new Restoration Hardware drum chandelier, benefits from natural light through a wide opening overlooking the living room 

  • Richly-hued cabinetry topped in granite slab with full-height backsplashes defines the large chef’s kitchen

  • Stainless steel appliances include a Whirlpool gas cooktop, oven, microwave, and refrigerator, plus a KitchenAid dishwasher

  • Top-floor master bedroom suite with large walk-in closet, inviting private patio with Bay and western views, and en suite bath with dual-sink quartz vanity, glass-enclosed shower, and private commode room

  • Second bedroom with new drum light, closet with sliding doors, and en suite bath with single-sink vanity and separate room with tub and overhead shower

  • Other features include: powder room with pedestal sink; Nest thermostats; central air conditioning; keyless front entry; stair landing with built-in desk center; top-floor laundry room with “smart” LG washer and Whirlpool dryer; attached 2-car garage wired for EV charging

  • One Marina community amenities include a marina with boat slips and kayak launch, playground, walking trails, and picnic benches

  • Outstanding location just minutes to Highway 101, Oracle, Facebook, and midway between San Francisco and Silicon Valley tech centers