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4 bedrooms • 3.25 bathrooms • 3,485 sq. ft. (per Floorplan Visuals) • 14,784 sq. ft. lot (per Realist) • Built in 1930 • Freshly painted interior
Formal living room w/hardwood floors, fireplace with gas starter, bay window, built-in cabinetry with bar and sink, and french doors lead to garden and outdoor kitchen • Formal dining room w/hardwood floors, fiireplace with gas starter, and large bay window overlooks garden • Family room w/hardwood floors, large built-in entertainment unit, and french sliding doors open to backyard • Kitchen w/eat-in dining area, immense kitchen island, prep sink, terracotta tile floor, open to family room, french door leads to backyard • Wine cellar holds approximately 500 bottles • Primary en suite w/hardwood floors, double french doors lead to side garden and outdoor kitchen, soaking tub with jets, walk-in shower, limestone floors, large walk-in closet with built-in cabinetry, and pull-out full length mirror • Bedroom en suite w/new carpet, built-in bookcase with rolling ladder, loft area, and tub/shower with tile surround • Laundry room w.built-in cabinetry, and washer/dryer
Office w/fireplace with gas starter, two built-in desks and bookcases, bar area with sink, two skylights, and new carpet • Bedroom w/new carpet, dormer windows, built-in shelving, and toilet closet
Backyard w/pool with built-in spa, w/automatic pool cover • fountain, landscape lights, gated and fenced, pergola, outdoor kitchen w/viking grill, viking warming drawer, sink, large gas fireplace, built-in bench seating, and Workshop/shed • 2 car garage • One block to downtown • Half a block to the coveted DeMartini Orchard • 5 minutes to Expressway
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.