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Sanguinetti | Greenman Group
Searching for an excellent parcel of land where you can make your dream waterfront lifestyle a reality?
Discover this spectacular Moss Beach property set on a peaceful cul-de-sac along the San Mateo coastline with 180-degree unobstructed view! Undeveloped this 14,320 sq ft lot has been recently approved for a coastal development permit for an architectural designed single-story residence.
Covering 2,700* sq ft of impeccably crafted spaces, the proposed design peacefully blends into the natural landscape. The interior spaces and materials were designed with comfortable proportions that relate to the exterior and capture postcard views with its floor to ceiling glass window walls. The materials selected throughout the home are organic and natural with heated flooring throughout. Custom cabinetry and chef-grade appliances equip the open kitchen with an adjacent sunken living room panoramic views.
There are two bedroom suites and the primary bedroom has its private garden area. The suggested exterior setup consists of an oasis-inspired backyard; from the giant cypress trees to the verdant native foliage lining the paved pathways and perimeter of the lot, the landscaping offers seclusion without sacrificing views.
A community-owned greenbelt that serves a public park is all that separates you from the stunning shoreline, barely a hundred feet away. Set in an ideal location overlooking Fitzgerald Marine Preserve, real estate in this area increased up to 60% in 2021. Awaiting those lucky enough to call it theirs, this nearly shovel-ready opportunity is one you wouldn’t want to miss. Come for a tour before someone else beats you to it!
*Ground Floor (2,300 sq ft) + 2 Car Garage (400 sq ft) = Total Building Area (2,700 sq ft)
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.