Remarkable designer new construction home located in desirable Alsace Lorraine neighborhood looking out to ocean bluffs and Coastal trail! This 4 bedroom ocean view 2,525 sq ft home maximizes the views with it's reverse floor plan. Perfect for family and entertaining, the open kitchen and living room welcome in the coastal sunsets. Quality details throughout, such as 9 ft high ceilings, wood flooring, high end fixtures and finishes, as well as wainscoting make this home a standout. Wired for solar, car charger, security cameras, battery backup and satellite. Prime location to enjoy the best of coastal living and still have easy access to commute routes to SF, Santa Cruz and Silicon Valley.
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Water-Public, Sewer System-Public
- Concrete Perimeter
- Concrete Slab
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Popular Beach [Photo by: Images by John 'K', nabewise]
Golf Courses on the famous Half Moon Bay coastline [Photo by: _e.t, nabewise]
View of Half Moon Bay [Photo by: nydolce, flickr]
More About Half Moon Bay
Enjoying a prime location on the coast side of the Peninsula, Half Moon Bay is of the county’s oldest communities and hottest spots for accelerated growth and expansion. The historic business district offers a glimpse of life in the 1800’s when farmland dotted the unspoiled countryside. Sandy beaches, lagoons, redwood forests, beautiful state parks, fields of wild flowers, and hiking along coastal bluffs are just a few of the attractions to this scenic area. Hospitality represents a flourishing business in the coastal communities where residents and visitors alike enjoy lush parks, stores, bakeries, galleries, cafes, art studios, spas, boutiques, restaurants, hotels and charming bed-and-breakfast inns. Housing choices range from newly constructed to elegantly restored older homes. Among the distinctive towns that punctuate the coastline is Pescadero, a New England style community of framed houses and steepled churches. Princeton-by-the-Sea has become a haven for commercial fisherman and recreational boaters, whereas Montara attracts a significant population of artists and writers.