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This three-bedroom, two-bath single story end unit gives you plenty to cheer about. The cheerful front patio is covered to keep you dry and has skylights above to keep the entrance bright. Two sidelight windows frame the front door. There is elegant new laminate flooring and attractive baseboards throughout the living quarters. A trio of windows top the cathedral ceilings above the living/dining room. A brick fireplace is bordered by large windows that overlook the garden. Glass doors provide yard access and allow extra brightness. The garden is replete with delightful plants and flowers. While very private and secluded, a gate gives you a quick exit to the common areas of the complex. The kitchen is tastefully remodeled with new cabinets and quartz counters. Enjoy a beautiful view of garden through glass doors. The recessed lights add ambiance. The hall bathroom has a glass shower over a tub, quartz counters and new linoleum flooring. Very chic and modern! The master suite is naturally spacious, featuring a beautiful garden view. Double mirrored doors mean you never have to question your outfit. The master bath has quartz counters and a glass shower enclosure. This home has a den that can be used as a third bedroom or guest room. Do not miss the washer dryer closet. How convenient! There is a roomy two-car garage with shelves for storage and plenty of parking nearby for your guests. All your light switches are Alexa ready, so you can turn them off or on from anywhere you happen to be! The complex has a pool with spa, tennis courts, clubhouse and boat dock. And you will be in Foster City, known for its top schools, scenic waterways, and wonderful parks.

Neighborhood


Foster City is unlike any other city in the Bay Area. It is a planned community, built in the 1960s on an engineered landfill in the marshes of San Francisco Bay and incorporated in 1971. Foster City's most notable characteristic is the extensive lagoon system that runs throughout the city; in fact, water covers 80 percent of Foster City’s 20 square miles. Credit card giant Visa Inc. kept more than 2,000 workers in Foster City when it moved its headquarters to San Francisco in 2009. Companies headquartered in the city include Gilead and Electronics For Imaging, Inc. Foster City is the western terminus of the seven-mile-long San Mateo Bridge, which connects with Hayward on the eastern side of San Francisco Bay. Neighboring cities include San Mateo, Belmont, and Redwood City. Foster City’s population is more than 32,000.


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Realtor®Aspire HigherKeller Williams Luxury InternationalcalDRE# 01296366(650) 743-4503 officehttp://www.rumanajabeen.com

MLS: ML81751730