885 Sharon Court, Palo Alto, CA 94301
5bed | 4bath | 3100 sq f | 6825 sq ft Lot
On Sale $4,988,000
Join me as I give you a walkthrough of my brand new listing on 855 Sharon Ct Palo Alto, CA 94301.
Located in the coveted Crescent Park neighborhood of Palo Alto, this classic & timeless property features ample space for a growing family. This tastefully remodeled home offers 5 bedrooms and 4 baths in two levels, an open-concept kitchen & family room combo, and a separate dining & family room/library space. The chef’s kitchen, which was completed with top-of-the-line stainless steel appliances, granite countertop breakfast island, and a separate wine bar area, will awake the culinary gift in you. No expense was spared with the hard-wood floor throughout, custom hallway carpeting, designer’s window & blind systems, radiant heated floor in Master Bath, and built-in shelves and cabinets. The spacious and open living spaces on the main level lead out to the beautifully landscaped backyard, perfect for entertaining and everyday living. Mature fruit and citrus trees in front and back yards, and a side yard for gardening tool storage. This charming cul-de-sac location is situated in a fantastic neighborhood of tree-lined streets, next to Eleanor Pardee Park and walking distance to PA Children’s Theater, Junior Museum & Zoo, and Rinconada Park. Close to downtown Palo Alto, Stanford Shopping Center, and Stanford University. Top Palo Alto schools make this a rare opportunity and perfect place to plant your roots in Silicon Valley.
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