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Nestled in the historic Central Park neighborhood of Redwood City, bordering Mount Carmel, enhanced by tree-lined streets in a vibrant community with an abundance of amenities nearby, sits this three bedroom and two bathroom home that gracefully combines classic 1930’s charm and modern amenities.

As you step inside this hidden gem, you'll be greeted by deep toned plank floors flowing throughout the home, adding a touch of elegance. The natural light flooded living room offers multiple windows, vintage molding, and opens to a modern remodeled kitchen. This home presents an exciting opportunity to put your personal touches on the property, consider further repair or expansion, and make it truly your own.

The large lot with a detached garage offers endless possibilities for personalization and customization, allowing you to create your own outdoor oasis, possibly even creating an Additional Dwelling Unit. (ADU)

Conveniently located, this home is just a short distance from community parks, schools, Sequoia Shopping Center, downtown Redwood City with its numerous "On Broadway" shopping and dining and options, and Cinemark movie theater. Whether you're looking to enjoy a leisurely stroll in the park, explore the local dining scene, or indulge in some retail therapy, everything you need is within easy reach. Caltrain station is approximately one mile away, along with close by highway 101 and 280 access, for easy commutes up and down the Peninsula.

* This home offers 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms (County records show  2 bed 1 bath – approx. 1000 sq.ft)

* Lot approx. 6500 sq. ft. / Built 1938

* Home is in need of some further TLC. Some pre-sale improvements have been made for a quick move in option.

  • Living room offering focal point wood burning fireplace, recessed lighting, and opens to the kitchen
  • Light and bright remodeled kitchen with eating area, features quartz counter tops, white shaker cabinetry, decorative tile backsplash, and stainless-steel appliances including an electric oven/range, hood, dishwasher and refrigerator
  • Primary bedroom suite offers crown molding, walk-in closet, and an ensuite bathroom with stall shower
  • Two additional bedrooms with attractive molding, one with corner feature
  • Hall bathroom with shower over bathtub
  • Laundry room, doubles as a mud room, with storage cabinets and access to rear yard
  • Expansive rear yard incorporates an extended driveway to the detached two-car garage, and newer rear fence
  • Neighborhood Schools: Roosevelt Elementary/Middle School and Sequoia High School (Buyer to confirm enrollment)

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Brokers Tour:
Tuesday, 31st October - All Day

Additional Showings by Appointment:
Contact Jan "Majeski" Maciejewski
(650) 888-1230
[email protected]

Jan "Majeski" Maciejewski


DRE# 00936866

650.888.1230 office


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455 King Street, Redwood City

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455 King Street, Redwood City

California may be known for its temperate weather, but Redwood City boasts the added distinction of having tied the Canary Islands and North Africa’s Mediterranean Coast for the world’s best climate in a 1920s U.S. and German test -- hence, the city’s motto, which officials have plastered on signs around town: “Climate Best by Government Test.” Around 81,000 people live in Redwood City according to 2013 United States Census Bureau estimates.

The city is located near the middle of the San Francisco Peninsula and is surrounded by rolling hills and bay shoreline. Redwood City also boasts a revitalized downtown, which is home to restaurants, bars, and nightclubs, as well as the San Mateo County government center and courthouse. Some downtown parking meters even let you add time via cell phone.

The city limits include the Redwood Shores neighborhood on the waterfront, which is physically separate from the rest of Redwood City and borders San Carlos and Belmont. The district houses the headquarters of Oracle Corp. and Electronic Arts. In the hills above the city lies the Emerald Hills neighborhood, a beautiful residential area that’s home to Edgewood Park & Natural Preserve and close to Interstate 280.

The median household income is $79,000, and the median home value is $765,000 according to 2013 U.S. Census Bureau data. Of the city’s 29,167 housing units, 52 percent are owner occupied.