• 6 Beds
  • 6 Baths
  • 1 Half Bath
  • McGuire# 4001060
Traditional Tudor Meticulously Rebuilt and Expanded
This stunning 6 bedroom and 6.5 bathroom home was originally built circa 1938, and has been meticulously rebuilt and expanded with high-end custom designer finishes throughout. With a story book setting, location in a prestigious community midway between San Francisco and Silicon Valley, convenient commute routes, close proximity to SFO, downtown Burlingame and coveted public and private schools, this is an amazing place to call home.
 
MAIN HOUSE
  • A complete down-to-the-stud rebuild and addition to the main house was completed in 2009 by Winges Architects Inc and City Building, Inc.
  • 5 bedrooms, 5.5 bathrooms
  • Spacious master suite with fireplace, walk-in closet, marble bathroom with steam shower, and office with fireplace on main floor
  • 4 large bedrooms on second floor each with its own bathroom
  • Elegant entry foyer with hand painted silk wall paper flanked by formal dining room and living room
  • Gracious formal living room opens to terrace with arbor including built-in heaters
  • Large gourmet kitchen features Calacatta Oro marble counters; custom inset cabinetry with beaded inserts; full-size Sub Zero refrigerator and freezer units; 2 Sub Zero refrigerated drawers; Wolf dual fuel 6-burner, flat top and 2 oven range; custom hood; Wolf electric wall oven; Wolf warming drawer; 2 dishwashers; 2 eat-in islands; large double 
  • Sub Zero wine cooler and bar area
  • Two-story family room with fireplace and custom cabinetry opening to kitchen
  • Laundry and mudroom with 2 washers and 2 dryers off of garage with blue stone floor
  • Second laundry room on second floor
  • Custom molding and casework throughout
  • White oak floors throughout
  • Custom double pane wood windows
  • Baldwin brass door fixtures
  • Rohl polished nickel plumbing fixtures
  • Large finished attic space providing impressive storage space
  • 2 car garage with epoxy floor and built-in storage
  • Outdoor kitchen off of main kitchen with great area for outdoor entertaining including arbor, gas fireplace and fountain
  • Plantation shutters throughout
  • Surround sound on main floor
  • 5 HVAC zones for heating and cooling
  • Back-up generator
  • Fire sprinklers
  • Foam insulation throughout
GUEST HOUSE
  • Traditional Tudor style completed in 2017. Designed by Nyhus Design Group and built by Steve Spina
  • 1 bedroom and 1 bathroom
  • Light filled great room with kitchen and two-story family room with custom cabinetry and fireplace
  • Great room has a nano wall opening to terrace with arbor and built-in BBQ and overlooking pool and tennis court
  • Kitchen features Calacatta Oro marble counters, custom inset cabinetry with beaded inserts, eat-in counter, Wolf dual fuel 4-burner range with custom hood and custom hardware
  • Dream craft room with custom inset cabinetry with beaded inserts and custom hardware
  • Additional office with extra space for a workout room or sitting room overlooking gardens
  • Great room, bedroom, and office each has its own exterior entry and seamlessly connect from the interior
  • Bonus space on lower level currently used for media room
  • In-unit laundry
  • Custom molding and casework throughout
  • White Oak floors throughout
  • Custom double pane wood windows
  • Baldwin brass door fixtures
  • Rohl polished nickel plumbing fixtures
  • Air conditioning
  • Fire sprinklers
  • Foam insulation throughout
EXTERIOR
  • Solar heated pool with fountains and hot tub completed in 2017
  • Beautiful mature landscaping
  • Terra Ferma Landscapes completed landscape design and installation in 2018 
  • Tennis court resurfaced in 2018
  • Backyard play area
  • Connecticut Blue Stone terraces throughout property
LOT
  • Situated on 0.84 acres (total)
  • Comprised of 2 parcels: 0.23 acres Hillsborough and 0.61 acres San Mateo Park (per county tax records) 

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About Hillsborough

At-a-Glance In 1839, William Davis Merry Howard, the son of a shipping magnate from Hillsboro, New Hampshire, came to California as a cabin boy. Convinced there were fortunes to be made here, Howard would eventually settle in Hillsborough and build a large estate much like the ones for which the city is known today. Hillsborough was incorporated in 1910 — a “perfumed city,” as one newspaper reported — that, to this day, continues to attract some of the Bay Area’s most affluent families. In a Few Words Prestigious, excellent schools Living Here Since Hillsborough has no commercial zoning, there are no businesses located within the town limits. In fact, the only non-...

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