1429 San Antonio, Menlo Park
Located near downtown Menlo Park, the San Antonio Homes neighborhood is a group of distinctive craftsman style single-family homes.
Rising early in the morning, your first sight is the wonderful vaulted ceiling in the master bedroom.
You make your way down stairs without waking the household sleeping in one of the three upstairs bedrooms.
Out the front door you go for your morning sunrise jog, heading to Santa Cruz Avenue in downtown Menlo Park.
You decide on Café Borrone, the friendly local social hub, for your morning latté and breakfast sandwich and decide to sit in the outside terrace area to people watch.
As you think about the Silicon Valley Lifestyle, you realize that Menlo Park is home to the oldest continuously operated train station in California, just behind Café Borrone, and that it is the birthplace from which Larry Page and Sergey Brin launched Google.
The city's close proximity to Stanford University and Stanford Hospital, provide a multitude of academic, cultural, medical, and athletic opportunities.
Art lovers can enjoy world-class art at the Cantor Arts Center and the Anderson Collection at Stanford University, stroll through the Rodin Sculpture Garden, and engage in the Stanford Lively Arts program of music, theater, and dance.
The Allied Arts Guild, nestled in the heart of Menlo Park, is an artisan’s workspace of studios and shops.
Among the amenities of Menlo Park are two Michelin Star Restaurants; the Flea Street Café, the Madera Restaurant at the Rosewood Sand Hill Luxury Resort while the Googleplex, Facebook, LinkedIn are but short distance away.
We hope you’ve enjoyed your tour and we invite you come and experience this fabulous residence.