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Nestled among four acres of majestic redwood trees and perfectly placed beside Tunitas Creek, this Tahoe styled chalet offers abundant privacy and serenity. A lovingly built and maintained mountain home, it exhibits true pride of ownership with high-quality materials and unique details throughout. Among numerous upgrades are new carpet, redwood siding, 3 car garage with workshop, gated entry, tankless water heater with circulation pump, and a whole house generator. Add in that this home backs up to an open space preserve, creating many acres of peace and tranquility, and you have the makings of your own perfect paradise.

The home opens with a spacious living room, complete with high beamed knotty pine ceilings, cozy stone wood burning fireplace, and a wall of windows that brings the forest indoors. An adjoining library creates a cozy space to rest and read and could possibly serve as another bedroom.  In the adjacent full bath, enjoy redwood and creek views from the large window next to ship-style tub with oak surround.

Dream gourmet chef's kitchen and features a brand new DCS refrigerator, abundant solid cherry wood cabinets, a Thermador double oven, granite counter tops, and a down draft cook top. An extra-large serving area makes this warm kitchen the perfect for entertaining friends and family.

From the living room, the spacious wrap around slate deck invites you to enjoy the outdoors while stargazing from the jetted spa and being soothed by the tranquil sounds of the creek just below.

Upstairs find gleaming hardwood floors as you discover the master bedroom with its own deck and large picture windows that allow the forest view to pour in. The master bath is complete with skylights, heated floors, large walk in shower with steam possibilities.

The additional upstairs bedroom has a ladder up to an elevated play space and adjoining full bath. A sizeable loft overlooking the living room is perfect for an additional sleeping area, study, or play space. 

Experience the joys of living in a country environment while being so close to the heartbeat of the Bay Area. Very easy access to highway to commuter routes. 20 minutes to award winning Kings Mountain School or the Mountain House restaurant, 15 minutes to beautiful Half Moon Bay beaches. This is the mountain house you’ve been dreaming of. Make it yours.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Local Community


                                 Local Community

State Route 35 (SR 35) in the U.S. state of California, generally known as Skyline Boulevard, is a two-lane road running mostly along the ridge of the Santa Cruz Mountains from Highway 17 in Santa Clara County to San Francisco at State Route 1. Because of its high elevation and location, it is one of the few places on the southern portion of the San Francisco Peninsula from which the San Francisco Bay and the Pacific Ocean are both visible at the same time. It also provides scenic views of the Silicon Valley Metropolitan Area.

Minutes from Woodside, Ca, local trail heads for hiking, and legendary Alice's restaruant. 

Climate:

Heavy fog is very common in the area, especially in the summer months, and usually clears back to the coast from the late morning to early evening. Normal temperatures in January range from the lower fifties to upper thirties, and in July from upper seventies to lower fifties.

Local Art Fair:

An annual fine arts fair is held on Labor Day weekend, primarily to support the operations of the Kings Mountain Volunteer Fire Brigade. The Fair also benefits Kings Mountain Elementary School, a California "Distinguished School," and several other community organizations. A pancake breakfast, lunch, food and drinks are served at the Fair, also to fund the fire department and the school. There are free shuttles up and down Skyline Blvd. to ease the parking problems. The first Kings Mountain Art Fair was held in 1963, and the Fair is organized and run entirely by volunteers from the Kings Mountain community. The fair is consistently ranked among the best in California.

Recreation: 
 
The popular Skeggs Point turnout north of SR 84.

Because of its scenic views and winding roadway, Skyline Boulevard and surrounding roads see substantial recreational motoring and bicycling use. Many sports carsand motorcycles can be found congregating near the intersections with State Route 9 and State Route 84, particularly on weekends. Mountain bikers are also commonly found at the many trailheads along the road.

Several public open spaces border on Skyline Boulevard, including Sanborn County ParkWindy Hill, and the Purisima Open Space; both the latter are parts of the Midpeninsula Regional Open Space District. Numerous hiking trails originate from parking lots off Skyline in these open spaces.

Whenever there is snow on the road's higher elevations, many people take their families up to see and play in the snow, and therefore, many of the parking lots at regional parks are packed with cars.

 



Open House

Open Houses:
Saturday September 29th from 1:00 to 4pm

Additional Showings by Appointment:
Contact Lisa Forward
650-281-4745 mobile
650.479.1103 direct
lforward@apr.com
www.lforward.apr.com

Contact Danny Dimas
650.400.7670 direct
dannydimas@gmail.com
www.TeamDannyD.com

Contact

Lisa Forward

Lisa Forward

RealtorAlain Pinel RealtorscalDRE# 01947457650-281-4745 mobile650.479.1103 directwww.lforward.apr.com

Danny Dimas

Danny Dimas

RealtorcalDRE# 01863442650.400.7670 directwww.TeamDannyD.com

MLS: ML81707628