This stately 1930's property has just been renovated, enlarged and improved using the finest materials with an emphasis on authenticity and luxury.
Hallmarks of the design are:
Natural light: bringing the outside inside
Quality workmanship: meticulous detailing
The ideal configuration of space for gracious living
California may be known for its temperate weather, but Redwood City boasts the added distinction of having tied the Canary Islands and North Africa’s Mediterranean Coast for the world’s best climate in a 1920s U.S. and German test. Hence the city’s motto, which officials have plastered on signs around town: “Climate Best by Government Test.” Redwood City homes for sale are in the mid-point of the San Francisco peninsula, surrounded by rolling hillsides and the Bay shoreline.
Redwood City also offers a revitalized downtown, which is home to restaurants, bars and night clubs, as well as the San Mateo County government center, courthouse, and jail. Some downtown parking meters even let you add time via cell phone.
Around 76,800 people live in Redwood City and nearly 24 percent are children, according to the 2010 U.S. Census. The median household income is $75,231, and the median home value is $808,600. Of the city’s 29,167 housing units, 53 percent are owner occupied, according to the census.