100 State Street
- 2 large bedrooms with sunny balcony off master.
- 2.5 updated bathrooms. Double sinks in master.
- Half bath downstairs.
- Bright open floor plan with high ceilings in living room opening to dining room.
- Updated white kitchen with large quartz island which has bar seating.
- Newly landscaped sun lit backyard with a low maintenance artificial lawn.
- Wood floor downstairs and carpet upstairs.
- In unit washer and dryer upstairs.
- Wood burning Fireplace in living room.
- 2 car spaces in secure gated underground parking.
- Separate individual storage unit.
- HOA $400 per month incl. garbage, utilities for common areas & gardener once a week.
- No rental restrictions. Pets allowed.
- Only one shared wall. End of row. Feels like a SFH.
- A short distance to Burlingame Ave and Burlingame train station.
- Easy to walk to restaurants and parks.
- Coyote Point approx. one mile from home- trails, parks, office buildings, golf & Curiodyssey.
One of the largest cities on the San Francisco Peninsula, San Mateo boasts many options for recreation as well as a revitalized downtown, with a large movie theater, restaurants, and bars. Spanish explorers first came to present-day San Mateo on a 1776 scouting trip and named the creek they slept beside San Mateo Creek. In 1863, the railroad arrived in San Mateo, leading some wealthy San Franciscans to build summer and weekend homes in the area. Today, approximately 100,000 people call the city home. The median household income is $88,000, and the median home value is $722,000 according to 2013 United States Census Bureau data. Of San Mateo’s 40,014 housing units, 54 percent are owner occupied. The city is home to the Hillsdale Shopping Center and a number of parks -- including Central Park and the Coyote Point Recreation Area. The CuriOdyssey museum at Coyote Point offers science and wildlife exhibits for children and adults, some of which feature live animals. For a breathtakingly beautiful jog, hike, or bicycling outing, locals head to the Sawyer Camp Trail at the Crystal Springs Reservoir.