400 Terrace Way, San Mateo


Multiple Offers | 7 Days On Market | $1,960,000


3 Bedroom | 2 Full Bathrooms | 4,968 Sq Ft Lot | 1,627 Sq Ft Living Space

Built in 1942 | Newly Remodeled

Modern Esthetic

An ideal corner location on a quiet street, close to parks, schools, transit, and the newly reopened Hillsdale mall make this completely remodeled home the ultimate retreat of comfort and convenience.

An open floor plan with dining area, large seating-entertainment space with coved ceiling and BLAZE gas-flame fireplace, and kitchen with a huge center island, make everything feel airy and spacious. The kitchen has top-of-the-line, stainless GE appliances, including five-burner range, double ovens, and a professional-grade Zepher hood. Transom cabinets, stainless farmhouse sink, and limestone counters complete the modern feel. Sliders lead to the patio with built-in fire pit and plenty of room for additional seating or play area.

The bedrooms are down a private hall, off which is a three-part bathroom: lavatory, powder room sink, and shower room with additional sink, as well as a discreet laundry and handy folding area.

The master has two closets (one with a hidden television), en-suite with soaking tub, and slider to a private side yard with artificial turf putting green and a spa. The second bedroom also has two closets and slider to the yard. The third bedroom has a built-in desk, making it functional as a study too.

A top-to-bottom renovation in 2015, with custom cabinetry and oak floors throughout, Porcelanosa tile, LED lighting, and security epitomizes the best of today’s esthetic. The garage has ample storage, big-screen television, and anodized aluminum paneled door, which completes the clean, modern look of the façade.

400 Terrace Way, San Mateo

About San Mateo: A Celebration of Diversity

From San Francisco Bay to the east to the mountains along the Crystal Springs reservoir to the west, San Mateo is a celebration of diversity. One of the largest cities on the Peninsula, San Mateo is a great place to live and work. Multiple retail areas, including downtown San Mateo with scores of restaurants, shops, and a movie complex, and parks of all sizes and features make the city comfortable and convenient. San Mateo’s diversity is represented by its various neighborhoods: woodsy San Mateo Park, Highlands in the hills, Shoreview by the bay, and close-to-downtown Baywood are just a few. San Mateo is also home to large corporations as well as mom-and-pop businesses. This city offers something for everyone.