Camilo Perez Presents:
Impressive Belmont Family Home - $1,375,000
5 Bedroom / 3 Bathroom
Quality Materials & Impeccable Detailing
High-End Custom Features
Multi-Media Room & Sound in Every Room
Loaded with Storage Space
approx. 3,250 sqft. House on approx. 7,650 sqft. Lot (per assessor)
Turn-key home includes Master Suite, Living Room, Formal Dining Room, Multi-Media Room, Kitchen with Eat-In Area, Open Library Area, Laundry & 2 Walk-In Kitchen Pantries. Upgrades including stainless steel appliances in kitchen, granite countertops, and natural stone tiles in bathrooms. Family room is fully pre-wired for surround sound. Outdoor entertaining on patio. Plenty of storage and closet space including walk in pantries and full laundry room. Vaulted ceilings add to the spaciousness of the home. Walk in closet and jet-tub in Master Suite. Huge Storage Loft in an oversized garage.
- Surround Sound System in Family Room
- Custom Media Cabinet Hides Components from View
- Bowers & Wilkins Speakers Built-In Throughout Home, Wired with “Monster Cable”
- Solid Core Doors
- Tankless Water Heater- On Demand Hot Water
- 14” Wide Joists Exceeding Code Requirements
- Solid Oak 2” x 6” Stair Support Framing with Sound Insulation
- Interior Walls & Floors Insulated for Sound and Climate Control
- Floor Boards Glued to Prevent Squeaking
- 2 Walk-In Kitchen Pantries
- Lots of Built-In Storage in Closets, Laundry & Garage
Belmont gets its name from the French words for “beautiful mountain,” and much of the city sits at the base of steep hills overlooking San Francisco Bay and the coastal range. It is a quiet, residential community, with wooded hillsides climbing high on Belmont’s western half and a small but active commercial district to the east offering easy access to Interstate 101 and Caltrain.
Many fine homes built at the turn of the last century still stand, although the demand for additional housing in recent decades – spurred, in part, by growth at the nearby headquarters of Oracle Corp. – gives the city a more modern look.
Belmont is also the home of Notre Dame De Namur University, a Catholic, coeducational school that, in 1868, became the first college in California authorized to grant a bachelor’s degree to women.
Bounded by San Mateo, Foster City, Redwood City and San Carlos, most of Belmont’s 25,000 residents work within San Mateo County; only 17 percent commute outside the county. The median value of homes is $900,100, according to the 2010 Census, and 60 percent are owner-occupied. Belmont has 10,347 households, the median household income is $99,913, and 57 percent of adults have a bachelor’s degree or higher.
Belmont attracted national attention in 2009 when it adopted a smoking ordinance considered one of the strictest in the nation. The ordinance bans smoking in all parks, businesses and multi-story apartments and condominiums.