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Disarming charm awaits you at this darling North Los Altos ranch-style home. Absolutely delightful three bedroom home with spectacular ADU/guest house just across the sunny patio. The main home measures at 1,995 SF and includes a dining room, family room and separate living room with potential to expand and further modernize. The detached 725 SF guest house (measurements per Floor Plan Visuals) features its own bedroom, living room, bathroom and kitchen – perfect for work, guests, rental income or multigenerational living. The ADU bathroom was remodeled for sale and includes a beautiful subway tiled shower and natural carrara marble floors.
Soak in the recently updated primary bathroom’s freestanding tub and enjoy the attractive carrara marble finishes. The primary bedroom includes two generous closets, one of which has a hidden safe, plus extra storage under the window seat that looks onto the delightful courtyard. The kitchen enjoys new soft-close shaker white cabinets, new stainless steel appliances, honed black granite countertops and clean white dolomite tile backsplash. Additional features of the home include: hardwood floors throughout; numerous skylights and light tubes that flood the home with natural light; two attractive fireplaces; designer Visual Comfort chandelier.
Fabulous location, situated around the corner from Almond Elementary School and a mile to the Village of Los Altos.
Los Altos is a quiet, residential city with tree-lined streets and a quaint downtown.
Due to commercial restrictions, Los Altos lacks the tech and corporate presence of many Peninsula and South Bay cities. The city’s downtown features more than 150 shops and restaurants in a six-block area, with frequent movie nights, farmers' markets, and special events. A weekly newspaper, the Los Altos Town Crier, has its offices on Main Street.
Los Altos is an affluent community, with a median household income of $158,000, according to United States Census Bureau data. Of Los Altos’ 11,204 housing units, 84.5 percent are owner occupied. According to Forbes' 2014 list of America's Most Expensive ZIP Codes, the city's 94022 and 94024 ZIP codes had median home prices of $2,896,103 and $2,527,908, respectively.