When you’re looking for a home, you want value, a home that’s in a great neighborhood–a home
with ease for your commute, and with strategic access to major transportation corridors. If you
travel for work, you’ll want to be near SFO. If your idea of a relaxing day off is going to the beach,
you’d be in the elite 39% of Americans who live in coastal areas counties. You can have all this and
more at 3344 El Sobrante in sought-after Laurelwood.
This thoughtfully laid out four bedroom home offers functionality and value. Its large living area is
ideal for having people over, or handling all the members in your household. Entering through an
electronic gated entrance into a private atrium area, the floorplan includes and open-style
kitchen, dinette area and family room. Just off these rooms, is a newly landscaped rear yard and
patio. A formal dining area is also convenient for larger gatherings and is situated adjacent the
living room for more formal entertaining—two large celestial skylights bring outdoor light into
the home. A master suite at the rear of the home offers a walk-in closet and dedicated bath, and
down the hallway there is a remodeled bath and three additional bedrooms.
Located near Highway 92 with its easy of access to Highway 280 or 101, getting around the
Peninsula couldn’t be easier. San Francisco airport is only 15 minutes away on most days, and that
means picking people up from the airport or traveling for business is finally convenient.
If you like to shop, the Hillsdale Mall is a five minute drive away and it’s about to undergo an entire
renovation. Here one can find retail stores such as Nordstrom, Williams and Sonoma, Macy’s and
Trader Joe’s, or enjoy dining options like Paul Martin’s American Grill, The Cheesecake Factory, or
simply grab a quick burger at the Counter.
For daily necessities, the Laurelwood enclave is ideally situated between the Laurelwood
Shopping Center and Crystal Springs, both only two minutes way. Laurelwood offers a gourmet
anchor store, Piazzas, where you can find an abundance of select meats and house made
sausages along with a gourmet cheese section. There’s also quick dining options with Shiki Sushi,
Round Table Pizza or Subway. The Crystal Springs Shopping Center is host to more dining options
including the innovative Michelin star-rated Japanese restaurant, Wakuriya, Rainbow Pizza and
Neal’s. For fresh, organic produce, fish & poultry there are two family owned and operated stores
~ Crystal Springs Produce and Crystal Springs Seafood & Poultry.
Laurelwood Park has a pristine children’s playground with grass areas and picnic tables. If hiking
is your passion, then you can access Sugarloaf Mountain Open Space Preserve’s serene walking
trails. Find out why more people are moving to the Mid-Peninsula. Please contact us for further