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Exceptional Clipper Cove home

$1,195,000

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Features

beds

3

baths

3

Interior

3

Lot

3

Charming Harbor Bay/Clipper Cove HOA Home Near Top Schools + Parks

Situated at the end of a picturesque cul-de-sac just minutes to Earhart Elementary and Lincoln Middle schools in a sought-after Harbor Bay location, this single-level home sits on an expansive lot filled with roses, hydrangeas and Japanese maple, persimmon, plum and citrus trees. Built in 1980 in Clipper Cove HOA, the home features three bedrooms, two bathrooms, an open living/dining room, an eat-in kitchen/family room combination, a laundry room and an attached two-car garage. 

Bright, sunlit rooms with vaulted/cathedral ceilings and pretty garden views characterize this sweet home that's been in the same family since 1980. A pleasing contemporary floor plan places the public rooms at one end of the home while situating the bedrooms and bathrooms at the other end to ensure maximum privacy. The dramatic living room/dining room has a 15-foot cathedral ceiling, a wood-burning fireplace with gas starter, sliding doors that give direct access to the backyard, and a new LVP floor that continues throughout the home and is as attractive as it is durable. The eat-in kitchen/family room combination has a vaulted ceiling and a second fireplace, and offers plenty of room to design a custom kitchen. Sliding doors open to a weathered brick patio, perfect for a morning cup of coffee or outdoor entertaining.

The home's primary bedroom suite is flooded with natural light, enhanced by the 14-foot cathedral ceiling and bay windows that offer views of the front garden. This large, welcoming room includes a walk-in closet, and an ensuite bathroom with a tub/shower combination. Two additional bedrooms are next to the primary bedroom, and have generous closets and views of the backyard's mature rose trees and bushes, strategically placed to be seen and enjoyed.

25 Captains Drive offers the opportunity to acquire a well-loved home in a very desirable Harbor Bay location close to highly ranked schools, Tilman Park, lagoon pathways and shoreline greenbelts. With easy access to the SF Ferry, Harbor Bay Safeway, Starbucks and the South Shore Center, this lovely home is ready for new owners! 

Highlights

Built in 1980

Clipper Cove HOA, Harbor Bay

Cul-de-sac location 

1,757 SF, 5,586 SF Lot (per public records) 

3  Bedrooms

2 Bathrooms

Open living/dining room

Eat-in kitchen/family room

Laundry room

Attached garage (2 cars) + driveway parking (2 cars)

New premium LVP flooring 

2 Fireplaces with gas starter

New light fixtures

Bay windows

Cathedral + vaulted ceilings

Monthly HOA dues: $277

Close to Earhart Elementary/Lincoln Middle schools

Near lagoon pathways, play parks, greenbelts

Easy access to shoreline trails, Safeway, Starbucks, South Shore Center



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Schedule

Open Houses:
Sat 7/02 & Sun 7/03 from 2:00 - 4:30 PM

Brokers Tour:
Tues 7/04 11:00 - 1:00 PM

Additional Showings by Appointment:
Contact Michael Lane
(510) 688-8468
[email protected]

Contact Jake Coyne
(510) 846-8619
[email protected]

Michael Lane

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michaellanehomes.com

Jake Coyne

Realtor

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25 Captains Drive

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