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This four bedroom two and one half bath home is situated on a wonderful, quiet Hillsborough street.
Enter to a beautiful palette of soft white walls throughout the newly painted interior of this home. The spacious formal living room has vaulted ceilings and a gas fireplace. A large wall of glass windows offer an abundance of natural light. Straight ahead is the large dining room. This home features beautiful hardwood flooring and all new recessed lighting throughout. The hall bathroom has been completely and beautifully renovated.
Off the kitchen is a spacious family room, that opens through large glass doors to a spectacular private rear yard with all new pavers, surrounded by lush greenery and offering multiple large seating areas for ultimate entertaining and making indoor/outdoor living seamless. There are also exterior automatic lights and hardwired cameras.
Located just minutes away from downtown Burlingame, San Mateo, Highway 280, and a short commute to San Francisco, San Francisco Airport, Silicone Valley & some of the Bay Area's biggest tech companies. Hillsborough is known for it's excellent Schools.
In Hillsborough, large estates are the rule rather than the exception. The town is one of the wealthiest in the country and placed No. 18 on Forbes' 2014 list of the wealthiest U.S. ZIP codes (94010). Town ordinances ensure its exclusivity by enforcing a minimum house size of 2,500 square feet and a minimum lot size of a half-acre. Hillsborough’s population is greater than 11,000. There are no apartments, condominiums, or townhouses in Hillsborough; Forbes calculates the median home price at $3,787,098. Notable residents past and present include entertainer Bing Crosby; publisher William Randolph Hearst; the king of Tonga, George Tupou V; diet guru Jenny Craig; and former Major League Baseball players J.T. Snow, Rickey Henderson, and Greg Maddux. There are no commercial districts in Hillsborough. As a wealthy suburb of San Francisco, 17 miles to the north, life in the town is unhurried and quiet. The relaxed atmosphere is enhanced by tree-lined streets that don’t follow a grid pattern and instead wind around the hilly landscape. There are few traffic signals. The town covers six square miles and is bounded by Burlingame to the north, San Mateo to the east and south, and Interstate 280 to the west.