586 Avenue Portola


DESIRABLE EL GRANADA HIGHLANDS

Ocean-view beach house


$1,699,000

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Features




Welcoming ocean-view home in the desirable El Granada Highlands! Tastefully renovated & with a Coastal feel, this 2,370+/- sq ft reverse-floorplan features a spacious great room with a vaulted ceiling on the 2nd level, complemented by a cozy dual fireplace adjacent to a west-facing solarium -- perfect for enjoying Pacific Coast sunsets! The vaulted ceiling continues into the updated kitchen, which has Quartz countertops, new appliances, & oversized walk-in pantry -- then flows into the formal dining room. 2 bedrooms occupy the upstairs -- one which also has private access via the outdoor deck in the Eastside yard -- while the luxurious primary suite is ground level -- complete with generously-sized walk-in closet & access to the westside deck & patio. This property's 5,900+/- sq ft lot also has gardens with multi-level planters for beautiful landscaping. Location is close proximity to Hwy 1 for commute access as well as beaches, the Coastal Trail, & lively Pillar Point Harbor.

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Schedule




Showings by Appointment:
Contact Kulda Group
(650) 395-9555
[email protected]

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Neighborhood




El Granada is one of the communities located on the less densely populated Pacific coast side of San Mateo County, approximately 25 miles south of San Francisco and 45 miles north of Santa Cruz, California.  The population was 5,467 at the 2010 census.

El Granada’s unusual concentric-circular street layout was designed by the influential architect and city planner Daniel Burnham.  Burnham’s plan was commissioned by the Ocean Shore Railroad, which developed El Granada as a seaside resort for visitors from San Francisco. He also developed city plans for San Francisco in 1905.

There is the lower El Granada area, close to the beach and harbor, and then there are homes in the El Granada Highlands, many with magnificent views of the ocean and harbor.

Temperatures are mild. The Coastside is proud of its agriculture and floriculture where roadside stands sell locally grown fruits and vegetables. Fresh seafood is available in local restaurants or for buying right off the boats in Pillar Point Harbor, to take home and prepare yourself.  Residents of the Coastside live a lifestyle that many think no longer exists in California. Neighbors care about each other, schools are important, and there is a sense of real community.

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