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Come away from it all and relax in your welcoming Carmel Avenue home. This spacious 2-level home was beautifully remodeled in 2019-2020 and features wood beam ceiling décor running through the entry level, tying it all together. The open-concept floor plan offers a large living room with wrap-around windows that maximize the natural light and create an airy atmosphere. This space flows into the formal dining/kitchen that includes a sizable double-door fridge, beautiful granite island, gas range and garden access. 


On the same level, there are two bedrooms - one is the additional suite with an en-suite bathroom complete with wood burning fireplace and large walk-in closet.


Upstairs, the light-filled primary suite offers an array of desirable features: ensuite bathroom with tile floors, generous granite counter space, a spacious walk-in closet, and a large balcony with views of the ocean, trees, mountains and amazing sunsets. The home also features a sizable landscaped garden with a spacious courtyard which is great for BBQing and entertaining!


Located in Pacifica's desirable East Sharp Park, it's near to so many of the natural beauties that Pacifica offers, while also being close to shopping, restaurants, and Highway 1 access!



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Contact Anna Shea
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Anna Shea

Keller Williams Realty

Realtor® Associate

DRE# 01387541

415.341.5272 office


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401 Carmel Avenue

Known for its beaches, hiking, and annual Pacific Coast Fog Festival, Pacifica is a popular spot for surfers and outdoor enthusiasts, who are drawn to the city's rugged coastline and rolling hills. The city of approximately 38,000 is located north of Half Moon Bay along the coast and includes Linda Mar and Rockaway beaches.

Pacifica got 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 skate park is available for skaters of all abilities, and citywide Wi-Fi service is available for residents, visitors, and businesses. The Sanchez Adobe history 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.