1989 Beach Boulevard
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Serenity By The Sea - See the Sea and sunsets daily and live at the ocean, walk promenade, hike the hills and Mori Point trails, surf, golf, fish, and dine at your convenience. The Pacific Ocean is your view from almost every window. Live the good life every day and entertain in style with vaulted ceilings, teak wood flooring from Bali, and warming gas fireplace. Open floor plan with expansive Corian kitchen countertop to eat and delight in conversation. Lots of custom cabinetry and ample storage. Smell the ocean air, feel the ocean breeze, see the sunset on the upper deck just off the living room. Two master suites - one upstairs and one downstairs. Main master bedroom has jetted tub to retreat and relax at the end of the day. Back yard with patio and BBQ area. To own this beach home is a rare opportunity.
Consists of 3 Bedrooms ~ 2.5 Bathrooms ~ 1,580 Sq ft ~ 2,700 Sq ft Lot
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Christine Stahl & Pete Lommori
This property is close to beach & hillside trails, fishing and surfing.
Pacifica is known for its beaches, hiking and annual Pacific Coast Fog Fest, Pacifica is a popular spot for surfers and outdoor enthusiasts, who are drawn to the city's coastline of rolling hills. The family friendly city of approximately 38,000, is located along the coast just 20 minutes south of San Francisco. Popular beaches include Sharp Park, Rockaway Beach and Linda Mar State Beach. Pacifica acquired its name during a 1957 contest and is inspired by an 80-foot statue built by sculptor Ralph Stackpole in the late 1930s. While the original statue no longer exists, one sculptor’s working model stands on the front stairs of Pacifica’s City Hall, while another occupies the City Hall's council chambers. A state of the art coastside skateboard park is available for skateboarders of all abilities. The historic Sanchez Adobe site dates back to prehistoric times and served as an Indian village, cattle ranch and mission farm, among many other uses. It is the oldest building in San Mateo County, according to Pacifica’s website.
Parks include the city's Frontierland Park with BBQ stations, a huge playground, basketball and horseshoe courts. It is the home of the annual 4th of July Picnic and the park's party area is available to rent through the Parks, Beaches & Recreation Department. Pacifica also is home to San Mateo County Park's, San Pedro Valley Park, with all levels of trails, picnic & BBQ areas and a horseshoe area. The park has picnic areas to rent via the SMC's park system.
Pacifica is also home to fine coastal dining and now is home to two craft beer breweries, a distillery, the Pacific Coastside Museum, (aka the Little Brown Church) and historic Sam's Castle built after the 1906 SF earthquake by Henry Harrison McCloskey—a San Francisco attorney for the Ocean Shore Land Company (and Railroad).
For more area information please visit: VisitPacifica.com