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Gracious 5 bed, 3 bath single level home
Located in lovely Dos Palos neighborhood, one of Los Altos most sought-after neighborhoods with its meandering tree-lined streets and an exceptionally convenient North Los Altos location.
Updated for sale with new engineered wood floors, carpet, paint inside and out
Kitchen appliances and cabinets updated for sale. Eco friendly slide-in electric range
Kitchen features leathered Mont Blanc quartzite countertops, designer light fixtures
Stylish bathrooms updated for sale include hexagonal Zellige tile, herringbone tile, Carrara marble, double sink vanity, Pottery Barn lights and mirrors, new soaking tubs, new toilets
Backyard enjoys grassy lawn and lots of sun. Ample fruit trees including apple, pear, peach, orange and lemon
Covered patio off of living room encourages easy indoor-outdoor flow
Desirable floor plan with separate, large sunny living room. Living room is surrounded by windows on three sides, and is adjacent generously-sized raised dining area.
Inviting family room with fireplace off the kitchen
Five bedrooms including ensuite primary with doors to sun-drenched yard
Beautifully updated, peaceful home to serve your needs with its welcoming style, indoor-outdoor lifestyle and fabulous location
Excellent Los Altos schools
Bulit in 1971
11,500 SF Lot, 2,865 SF home (measured by Floor Plan Visuals)
Los Altos is a quiet, residential city with tree-lined streets and a quaint downtown.
Due to commercial restrictions, Los Altos lacks the tech and corporate presence of many Peninsula and South Bay cities. The city’s downtown features more than 150 shops and restaurants in a six-block area, with frequent movie nights, farmers' markets, and special events. A weekly newspaper, the Los Altos Town Crier, has its offices on Main Street.
Los Altos is an affluent community, with a median household income of $158,000, according to United States Census Bureau data. Of Los Altos’ 11,204 housing units, 84.5 percent are owner occupied. According to Forbes' 2014 list of America's Most Expensive ZIP Codes, the city's 94022 and 94024 ZIP codes had median home prices of $2,896,103 and $2,527,908, respectively.