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Mary Gilles
  • Lic.# 01789710
Golden Gate Sotheby's International Realty
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United StatesCaliforniaRedwood CityHorgan RanchBrand-New Luxury Home Located Next To Exclusive West Atherton

Brand-New Luxury Home Located Next To Exclusive West Atherton
9 Miller Court, Redwood City, California, San Mateo County, 94061

$3,890,000
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Golden Gate Sotheby’s International Realty is your destination for luxury real estate listings. This property for Sale at 9 Miller Court is a Single Family Homes with 4 bedrooms , 4 bathrooms and 1 partial baths . It is located in 9 Miller Court Horgan Ranch, Redwood City, California and is in the 94061 zip/post code area. This home of 3,210 Sq.Ft. was built in 2021 and is on a .1731 Acres lot. Golden Gate Sotheby’s International Realty also has property listings in cities near Redwood City, including West Menlo Park, Ladera and Woodside. If you would like more information about this home for Sale at Brand-New Luxury Home Located Next To Exclusive West Atherton, Redwood City, California 94061 United States or would like to schedule a showing, contact the agent listed above for more information. You may also sign in, create an account, and save this listing for later reference by using icons at the top of this page.
You can call Redwood City a suburb of San Francisco, but you’d be wrong. Redwood City is a real city, with 80,000 residents and its own thriving downtown with unique shops, restaurants, and a year-long slate of concerts, farmers markets, and festivals. It has historic neighborhoods, urban neighborhoods, suburban neighborhoods, and neighborhoods that seem miles from the nearest freeway.

Redwood City has 30 parks, including massive Edgewood Park and Natural Preserve, a skatepark, a dog park, and even two lakes, Upper and Lower Emerald Lake. Homeowners surrounding 1.75-acre Lower Emerald Lake enjoy access to one of the area’s oldest private associations, the Emerald Lake Country Club. Only 50 families can call themselves active members, but summer memberships can be purchased.

The Emerald Lake Country Club was founded in 1926, back when Emerald Hills, the unincorporated neighborhood surrounding the lakes, was mostly empty except for a few rustic weekend cabins owned by San Franciscans. Today, with its large lots, rolling hills and fantastic views, it’s one of California’s wealthiest areas, according to recent census data.

There are so many ways to live in Redwood City: in a stately pre-war Edgewood Drive mansion, a Mount Carmel Craftsman, a post-war tract house near Sequoia High School, a contemporary, or neo-Colonial near the Atherton border. And now hip condos are part of the offering in the revitalized downtown area.

Redwood City has been working on its historic downtown for 20 years, turning a place that had seen better days into a working, thriving urban hub. The Redwood City Downtown Specific Plan calls for more mixed-use, transit-oriented development – apartments, condos, shops and restaurants, all located within walking distance of El Camino Real the downtown Caltrain station, and schools, including Sequoia High School, an impressive campus whose grounds feature a Japanese Tea Garden and at least 18 notable trees.

Downtown also means access to Courthouse Square, the plaza in front of the restored San Mateo County Courthouse, where Redwood City holds a year-round slate of music, arts and community events. Cultural events at Courthouse Square, now the San Mateo County History Museum, include Friday night “Music on the Square,” a weekly classical music series, the Police Athletic League Blues, Arts and Barbecue Festival, and the annual Salsa Festival.

On Broadway, which runs alongside Courthouse Square, you’ll find the Independence Day Parade and Festival, and then more fireworks on the first Saturday in December, when the Downtown Business Group hosts its annual Children’s Festival and Fireworks Show, followed in January by Bluegrass on Broadway.

The city’s farmer’s market is also a big draw near the downtown train station. This gives locals a chance to take a break from Redwood City’s vibrant downtown restaurant scene. They know that San Francisco isn’t the only place to find a great meal. Downtown restaurants like John Bentley’s, Vesta and Aly’s on Main lead a full slate of eateries serving a diverse variety of cuisine.

Unlike some of its Peninsula neighbors, Redwood City has been up and running for over 150 years. It was founded by in the 1850s by loggers using Redwood Creek to float redwood trees from Woodside to San Francisco Bay. Its quirky slogan, “Climate Best by Government Test” was the result of a 1925 Chamber of Commerce contest. The winner, Wilber Doxsee, pocketed a $10 prize.

The test, held during World War I, did actually determine that Redwood City, along with the Canary Islands and the Mediterranean Coast of North Africa, had the best climate in the world. That, along with a location halfway between San Francisco and San Jose, a great variety of neighborhoods, houses, parks, and schools, and an always growing and improving historic downtown, has kept Redwood City popular for well over a century.
Mary Gilles
  • Lic.# 01789710
640 Oak Grove Avenue
Menlo Park, California, San Mateo County, 94025
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