This beautifully appointed condo offers sublime living in sought-after Menlo Commons, an active 55+ community. Located on the elevated first floor, the home benefits from sweeping views out to the garden courtyard and pool. Recent upgrades include engineered wood floors, plantation shutters, and lighting that add designer appeal throughout. The kitchen is remodeled with Shaker-style cabinetry and granite slab counters that include an elevated breakfast bar adjoining the open living and dining room combination. A suite of LG stainless steel appliances includes a smooth-surface electric range, microwave, dishwasher, and refrigerator. Plus, there is a stacked washer and dryer tucked away in the primary suite’s bathroom.
The home has two bedrooms, each with its own bathroom. The primary suite has two closets with mirrored doors, a glass-paned door to a private balcony with courtyard views, and a remodeled en suite bath with Calacatta marble vanity and glass-enclosed tub with overhead shower. The second bedroom, also with mirrored closet, has an en suite bath with tiled shower. Gated garage parking for one car is found within the building, plus the community and the building each have gated entrances. Adding to the appeal is a pool, spa, recreation room, and exercise room. This home is also just minutes to Starbucks and restaurants on the Alameda, Sand Hill Road venture capital centers, and Stanford University.
- Active 55+ community (one resident must be age 55 or older)
- Secure gated community and building entrance with elevator
- Elevated first-floor overlooks the garden courtyard
- 2 bedrooms each with en suite bath
- Approximately 945 square feet
- Nearly new engineered wood floors and plantation shutters throughout
- Remodeled kitchen with granite counters and stainless steel LG appliances
- Private deck with garden views
- Gated garage parking for 1 car in the building
- HOA fee of $730/month
- Pool, spa, recreation room, and exercise room
- Excellent Menlo Park schools
- Close to Sand Hill Road venture capital centers and Stanford University