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Nestled up to Monte Verde Park in the Rollingwood neighborhood is a midcentury home that’s on the market for the first time in nearly a half-century. Well maintained through the years, recent upgrades include refinished hardwood floors, new light fixtures and hardware, a fresh coat of paint inside and out, and new carpet in the bonus room. Opening to the backyard patio, the living room features a wood-burning fireplace and dining area with chandelier for seamless entertaining, while the tile kitchen has a casual dining area and all appliances, including a 5-burner gas range. In the 3BD, 2BA bedroom wing, one bedroom has an ensuite bath, and another privately connects with a bonus room and opens to the backyard patio.
The property is midway between Hwy 280 and Skyline Drive. It is convenient to Oyster Point and San Francisco employers, Hwy 380 and SFO, Skyline College, parks and open space, and the San Bruno BART station that offers an easy commute to San Francisco and downtown Oakland.
At a Glance
Located between Millbrae and South San Francisco, San Bruno is perhaps best known as the city next to San Francisco International Airport. The city of more than 42,000 has much to offer its residents, including a lively shopping district, easy access to public transit and highways, and proximity to nature.
San Bruno became an official municipality in 1914 but remained primarily rural until the 1940s, when a housing boom transformed the city. The population stabilized again during the 1960s.
The city is home to Skyline College, Caltrain, and Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) stations, video-sharing company YouTube, and The Shops at Tanforan mall. The Golden Gate National Cemetery is located on Sneath Lane.
San Bruno residents enjoy easy access to a number of hiking and outdoor recreation areas, including 1,200-foot-tall Sweeney Ridge. Visitors to the ridge take in breathtaking views of Marin County and the East Bay on clear days.
The median household income in San Bruno is $79,000, and the median home value is $598,000, according to 2013 United States Census Bureau data. Of the city’s 15,356 housing units, 56 percent are owner occupied.