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3 beds - 3 baths - 1,753 sq. ft.
Brand New Custom-built coastal home located in highly desirable Pedro Point area of Pacifica. Fantastic location on the bluffs overlooking the Pacific Ocean, Linda Mar Bay and surfer's beach. Amenities minutes away. Surf and play at the beach with access to stunning hiking trails. Every detail addressed, with beautiful hardwood flooring, gourmet kitchen w/huge quartz covered breakfast bar, overlooking the Wolf Range and Sub-Zero Refrigerator. Enjoyable floor plan with plenty of light and views of mountains and Linda Mar Bay. Floor-to-ceiling windows open to the sounds of the ocean. Low maintenance yard, with covered in pavers, affords a great place to entertain. Don't miss the unique interior bathroom which can also be used as a shower for those who just got done surfing. On the 2nd level there are 3 bedrooms, one w/cathedral ceiling; the 2nd bedroom, or office, has a guest bathroom with designer touches. The spacious master suite has a covered deck to enjoy the panoramic ocean view looking all the way to the Marin Headlands.
Known for its beaches, hiking, and annual Pacific Coast Fog Fest, Pacifica is a popular spot for surfers and outdoor enthusiasts, who are drawn to the city's rugged coastline and rolling hillsides. The city of approximately 38,000 is located just 20 minutes south of San Francisco. Main beaches include Linda Mar (bay), Rockaway Beach & Sharp Park Beach.
If you love outdoor recreation you may find yourself hiking, biking and jumping in the surf to end your day, all within minutes of each other.
The City of Pacifica is home to three SF Golden Gate National Recreation Area properties; Mori Point, Sweeney Ridge and, Milagra Ridge. All consist of hillside coastal trails full of history and awesome views of the Pacific Ocean.
There are two nearby shopping centers located in the southern part of Pacifica, Linda Mar & Pedro Point, so there's no need to leave your coastal neighborhood, Pacifica has it all.
Arts & Culture include The Pacifica Spindrift Players for theater, Sanchez Art Center & the Pacifica Art Guild for art, Pacifica Performances for music, Sanchez Adobe & the Pacifica Coastside Museum for history and Frontierland Park & San Pedro Valley Park for more recreational fun, plus much more.
Pacifica's name was inspired by an 80-foot statue built by sculptor Ralph Stackpole in the late 1930s.