Exceptional University Heights Opportunity

An airy open-concept layout bathes the main living spaces—living room, dining area, kitchen, and family room—in abundant natural light. Enjoy indoor/outdoor living with low maintenance landscaping and a generous back patio that features a sparkling swimming pool, gas fire pit, and multiple areas for relaxing and entertaining.

Find hardwood floors throughout, covered parking, and upgraded amenities like the Tesla solar roof shingles and central heating and air. A versatile detached space can be used as an office or gym and includes a laundry room. Situated close to award-winning Menlo Park schools, Highway 280, downtown Menlo Park, Stanford University, and Stanford Shopping Center, this property offers both convenience and charm in equal measure.


3 Beds | 2 Baths | ±1,550 Square Feet
Detached Office/Gym/Laundry ±475 Square Feet
Lot ±6,300 Square Feet
Neighborhood Schools: Oak Knoll Elementary, Hillview Middle, Menlo-Atherton High (buyer to verify eligibility) 
Offered at: $2,995,000

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The Neighborhood: University Heights

Welcome to University Heights, where community charm meets convenience in unincorporated San Mateo County. Centered around Alameda de las Pulgas, this close-knit neighborhood offers an inviting atmosphere for families and individuals alike. From acclaimed restaurants to bustling fitness centers and quaint boutiques, everything you need is just a leisurely walk away.

Families thrive here, with top-tier private and public elementary schools and preschools. It’s not uncommon to see children pedaling bicycles while parents chat or push strollers along the sidewalks.

University Heights isn’t just about its small-town feel—it’s also perfectly positioned for modern living. With seamless access to Stanford University, Sand Hill Road’s prestigious venture capital firms, downtown Menlo Park, and the convenience of Interstate 280, you get the best of both worlds. University Heights is where community, convenience, and California living converge to create the ideal place to call home.

Menlo Park, CA

The City of Menlo Park was incorporated in 1874 as the community grew around the Menlo Park train station that made the area a popular residence for San Francisco businessmen. Almost a century and a half later, Menlo Park remains a sought-after address for commuters to San Francisco, as well as those who work in Silicon Valley and desire a top-rated school district.

Menlo Park’s charming downtown on Santa Cruz Avenue is the heart of the city, complemented by nearby shopping and entertainment available in Palo Alto, Redwood City and Stanford Shopping Center. The Burgess Park recreation area and adjacent civic center complex is a thriving hub of community activities and resources.

 A strong public-school system and the presence of several private schools make a Menlo Park address a favorite of school-aged families. All of its schools and community facilities have undergone upgrades within the past five years. A new state-of-the-art, multi-discipline performing arts center opened at the high school in 2009.

The approximately 32,000 residents that call Menlo Park home enjoy the excellent blend of suburban accommodations, privacy and peace, with the urban conveniences of a well-connected, vibrant city.


Silicon Valley

Silicon Valley is a leading hub for high-tech innovation and development. Historically, it produced technological wonders by companies that defined the high technology industry, beginning with semiconductor businesses and research groups. These companies, anchored by Stanford University, formed an ecosystem in which later innovators could thrive: Hewlett-Packard, Apple, Yahoo, Google, Facebook, and many more. Thousands of start-up companies currently call Silicon Valley home.

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