423 Hillway Dr, Redwood City
- Historic Emerald Hills neighborhood
- Fully remodeled
- Magnificent views of city lights and SF bay
- 2 large bedrooms
- Office/workout room
- 1 new bathroom
- 2-car garage
- Offered at $1.8M
Located in the heart of the historic Emerald Hills neighborhood in Redwood City, 423 Hillway has been extensively remodeled. Situated high above the city below, there are magnificent views of city lights, the vast panorama of San Francisco Bay and the mountains beyond. Within the approximately 1,500 square feet are 2 large bedrooms, office/workout room, expansive living and dining areas, 1 new bathroom, 2 car garage, a gorgeous new kitchen, plus a large laundry room with side by side washer and dryer. All rooms open both to the views and private back yard and receive natural light all day long. Ready to move in, the home has been painted inside and out, floors refinished, new lighting and fixtures installed. On a “secret street”, there is virtually no traffic. Among multimillion dollar homes, 423 Hillway is an exceptional value.
About Emerald Hills
In the early 20th century, Emerald Hills and Emerald lakes were a favorite Summer destination with their perfect climate, wooded hillsides and two recreational lakes. Among the woods and around the lakes, residents from San Francisco, seeking a warmer climate and a spectacular country environment, built their summer cottages. While most of these shingled cottages are gone now, a few remain, reminders of a simpler, less crowded time. What hasn’t changed are the charming winding roads that weave their way through the groves of Oak and bay, and the vistas that span the entire length of the Peninsula. Homes in Emerald Hills now are occupied year round, often by members of the tech and life sciences community, who settle in Emerald Hills and Emerald lakes for the same reason their forbearers did, a natural environment of exceptional beauty and serenity.
About Redwood City
What was once a small town, Redwood City is now located in the heart of Silicon Valley. While home to such global companies as Oracle and Electronic arts, unlike many former small towns in the path of progress, Redwood City has preserved its downtown and Marinas. The original neighborhoods, Edgewood Park, Mt Carmel and others, are for the most part unchanged with their treelined streets and charismatic homes. Tradition is highly valued in Redwood City with an annual July Fourth celebration. In the heart of Redwood City is Red Morton Park where, throughout the year, it’s several playing fields are in use. With Redwood City’s strategic location, exceptional climate, and natural beauty, owning a home in Redwood City is a sound investment.