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Dwell, live, and thrive right here in this spacious home in highly sought after Waverly Park neighborhood. Upon entering you will find a beautifully refinished unique walnut parquet entry. The living room is spacious and flooded with natural light, with a wood-burning fireplace and adjacent formal dining room.
The bright and well-appointed eat-in kitchen has new Quartz countertops, subway tile, and recessed lighting. It is the heart of the home, central to the dining room, family room, and backyard for ease of entertaining and day to day living.
The family room is ideal for the lifestyle of our time with ample space for working and learning at home. It also serves as a casual room to come together and unwind.
Upstairs you will find a fabulous primary suite that is ready for your personalization. Private access to a large balcony with treetop views overlooking the peaceful neighborhood makes it a marvelous retreat.
Four additional spacious bedrooms share a hall bathroom with dual sinks and shower over tub. Don't miss the personal sink in the third bedroom.
A large backyard with a swimming pool is perfect for playing and relaxing at home and offers the opportunity to dream about making it perfect for your family.
Due to COVID-19 Guidelines, there are no open houses at this time. Easy to see by appointment only.
Due to COVID-19 Guidelines, there is no broker tour at this time.
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Tech workers and families flock to Mountain View for its easy access to public transit, lively business district, and proximity to many of Silicon Valley’s biggest companies. The city also offers numerous opportunities for outdoor recreation, including 700-acre Shoreline Park. Downtown Mountain View centers on Castro Street and is home to an array of restaurants, bookstores, cafes, and nightlife establishments, making it a popular destination for Peninsula and South Bay residents. Mountain View is also home to the Computer History Museum, the Mountain View Center for Performing Arts, and a 70,000-square-foot library. The city of 78,000 boasts two Caltrain stations, one of which is a “baby bullet” express stop, as well as Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority light-rail and bus service. Commuting to San Jose and other Silicon Valley cities is convenient on public transit or via HIghway 101 and state Route 85. Of the city’s 33,881 housing units, around 42 percent are owner occupied, according to 2013 United States Census Bureau data. The median household income is $97,000, and the median home value is $789,000. Many major companies, such as Google, LinkedIn, and Intuit, are headquartered in Mountain View. The Moffett Federal Airfield and NASA Ames Research Center are located north of the city.