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This light and bright townhouse features an airy living room with cathedral ceiling and skylight. There’s one bedroom on the 1st floor (currently staged as an office), along with the living spaces. The kitchen and dining area enjoy views of the landscaped backyard and patio. Two additional bedrooms, including a very spacious master bedroom suite, are located on the 2nd floor. With its new epoxy floor, the detached two car side-by-side garage may be used as a home gym, playroom or additional living space. This home is centrally located as it’s a short walking distance to Beach Park Boulevard and its jogging/bike path or to Beach Park Plaza and its shops and restaurants. Two different parks with children’s play areas and basketball courts are located just down the street. Schools are conveniently located less than one mile away: Audubon Elementary School (K-5) and Bowditch Middle School (6-8). Easy access to Highways 92 and 101.
Foster City is unlike any other city in the Bay Area. It is a planned community, built in the 1960s on an engineered landfill in the marshes of San Francisco Bay and incorporated in 1971.
Foster City's most notable characteristic is the extensive lagoon system that runs throughout the city; in fact, water covers 80 percent of Foster City’s 20 square miles.
Credit card giant Visa Inc. kept more than 2,000 workers in Foster City when it moved its headquarters to San Francisco in 2009. Companies headquartered in the city include Gilead Sciences, Sony Interactive Entertainment America and PlayStation.
Foster City is the western terminus of the seven-mile-long San Mateo Bridge, which connects with Hayward on the eastern side of San Francisco Bay. Neighboring cities include San Mateo, Belmont, and Redwood City. Foster City’s population is more than 32,000.