Laurelwood is one of the newer neighborhoods in San Mateo, California. It is also one of the most beautiful, with a low density population and real estate spread out over a hilly, park-like location. Laurelwood real estate is also well planned and well built in 1960s and 70’s detached homes. Those homes built in the 1960s tend to be smaller, as compared to 1970s homes that can reach 3,000 sq. ft. in living space. All homes tend to have generous lots. Laurelwood San Mateo homes for sale, whether older or newer tend to offer a generous alternative for living away from it all. At the same time, they put residents within easy access to everything. They also may include newer attached homes built in the 1980s. These are found in the Sugarloaf subdivision.
Laurelwood San Mateo Homes for Sale and Area Features
The neighborhood covers an area in San Mateo’s westernmost region. It is bordered by Hillsdale Blvd. on the north and Laurelwood Park on the south. the I-92 marks its western edge, while San Mateo Terrace Beresford and San Mateo Knolls are above and to the east of it. The I-280 is in close proximity further west. At its northernmost focal point, Laurelwood real estate is anchored by the Laurelwood Shopping Center. It’s a strip mall and constitutes the local commercial district. It includes a bank, drug store, local services and some eateries. From there, real estate, with its gently winding streets, cul-de-sacs and beautiful homes opens up into a peaceful and spread out back drop. Some homes have the added benefit of overlooking parts of lush Laurelwood Park and include a countryside feel. Laurelwood San Mateo homes for sale like these are an ideal choice for a removed feel, while every convenience is still fairly close. Although, local coffee shops and such are not a part of the neighborhood. You won’t find them within walking distance. You will find pristine green spaces, and you will find hiking trials in the park on a pleasant walk.
The larger homes in Laurelwood are often 2-stories with 4 and 5 bedrooms, great for growing families. They have 2 and 3 car garages, and whether 1 or 2 story, they sit on clean, quiet streets. They have well-kept, manicured yards, with a lot of custom styles that typically include stucco exteriors, cedar shake or terra cotta tile roofs. Laurelwood real estate also includes hillside and hilltop settings. When it comes to the Sugarloaf subdivision, it includes stunning views, with wooded areas and Laurelwood Park all around!
Available homes range in price from about $1.2M to $2.5M plus. Laurelwood San Mateo homes for sale in Sugarloaf are a little less, since they are attached. They range from about $1M to $1.7M. Find out more about them. View the latest homes for sale below. For information on other San Mateo homes for sale, browse www.carmenmiranda.com. Contact Carmen for full details.