real estate: What's New Menlo Park: 1281 Orange Avenue - 01/07/14 07:18 AM
It's a new year, which means a new real estate market! With few homes for sale in Menlo Park, a mere 13 (2 condominiums/town houses & 11 detached homes ranging in price from $4,500,000 to $475,000), there are many ready, willing and able buyers.  
Even if the market were overflowing with choices, this home is undoubtedly eye-catching.
1281 Orange Avenue is a new construction 2,800 square foot, 2-story modern style home, set on a 6,250 square foot lot in the Alameda Area of Menlo Park. This home offers 4 bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms, a master suite downstairs, a fabulous great … (0 comments)

real estate: What do you get for $600,000 in Menlo Park, CA? - 09/12/10 05:23 AM
Want to know what $600,000 will get you in Menlo Park, CA, on the San Francisco Bay Area Peninsula?  Check out 11 Athlone Court at my Open House Sunday, 1:30-4:30.

real estate: Emerald Hills: One of Redwood City's Best Places to Live - 09/10/10 08:01 PM
Since I'm a realtor, people often ask me where the best places to live are.  One of my favorites is Emerald Hills in Redwood City, CA, located on the San Francisco Peninsula.

Just east of the 280 freeway Emerald Hils offers a variety of homes. Prices range from smaller cottages and ranchers in the mid $700,000's to luxury estate style homes in the upper $2,000,000's.

Bordered by Woodside and San Carlos, Emerald Hills attracts home owners looking for a more nature-filled setting with relatively easy access 
to all the amenities of suburban living. With plenty of trees and … (4 comments)

Menlo Park Real Estate  and Homes for Sale, - 650.504.0219 - SF Peninsula  (Wende Schoof)

Menlo Park Real Estate and Homes for Sale - 650.504.0219 - SF Peninsula

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Wende Schoof

Address: 707 Menlo Avenue, Ste 100, Menlo Park, CA, 94025

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This blog is dedicated to sharing why the San Francisco Peninsula is a great place to live! Home to Stanford University and bounded by San Francisco and Silicon Valley/San Jose, the cities along the San Francisco Peninsula offer a wide range of housing opportunities and many vibrant downtowns. With the Bay on one side and the Coastal Mountains on the other, combined with a temperate Mediterranean climate, the San Francisco Peninsula supports a year-round outdoor lifestyle for many. The Pacific Coast is about a 30 minute drive, and the Sierra Nevada mountains are only 3 hours away. So come soak up some California sunshine with me and make this Your Home on the San Francisco Pensinsula!



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