516 Clark Drive, San Mateo
Sold | 4 Days on Market | Represented Sellers
5 Bedrooms | 4 Bathrooms
Built in 1927 | 3,370 Sq. Ft. Living Space | 10,880 Sq. Ft. Lot
Fabulous Location | Architectural Charm | Pool & Spa
A great location in upper San Mateo Park, architectural integrity, and modernization where it counts make this home the perfect mix of traditional and current.
A gracious entry hall is flanked by a formal living room with fireplace, a dining room with leaded glass windows, and leads to a first-floor guest room, hallway bath, separate family room with backyard access, and a lovely kitchen and charming breakfast room/butler’s pantry. Arched plasterwork and original hardware and built-ins retain the charm of the past, and the fully renovated kitchen with maple cabinetry, Viking range and hood, Bosch dishwasher, and Kitchen Aid refrigerator ensure the comfort and convenience for today’s lifestyle. Right off the kitchen is a deck overlooking the large pool and spa. A wisteria-covered pergola, planting areas, and mature specimen trees afford relaxation and privacy. A gated drive with pavers, extended throughout the rear yard, leads to a two-car garage.
The upstairs landing has a secret, sunny outside balcony and opens to four bedrooms, including one en-suite, an oversized room perfect for a children’s nursery with play area or private upstairs study, media room, or gym, and a large master with cozy alcove seating, desk or shelving, double closets, and bath with attractive tile, custom cabinetry, and double sinks. A fourth bedroom, hallway bath, and multiple closets ensure space and a place for everyone. This home has it all for the classic, Peninsula lifestyle.
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.