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Welcome to 254 El Dorado Drive located in highly coveted Fairmont District of Pacifica. First time on the market since 1963 and built by renowned architect Henry Doelger, this SUPER spacious home emodies true pride of ownership.
As you enter the front door you are greeted with a well appointed living room, dining room with large light filled windows. The main feature of the house is the Scandinavian inspired eat in kitchen. Cabinets with soft closures and double drawers, lovely stainless steel appliances, quartz countertops, under cabinet lighting and recessed lighting will make every home chef happy with joy.
The main level also offers a rare 4 bedroom 2 bath floor plan. The rear bedrooms have partial ocean views and sunsets are to die for.
The lower level includes a large family room, bonus storage, and 2 car tandem. There is also laundry and additional storage in the garage. There is tons of potential to add a possible ADU or extra rooms and baths. Possiblities are endless. The rear yard is well manicured and great to enjoy the afternoon sun and sunsets.
The location of your future home couldn't be more ideal. Easy access to San Francisco and the Peninsula. Gateway shopping center is blocks away and Serramonte is just over the hill to the east. Just a short drive down Hickey, you will be close to Pacifica Pier and just further south is Linda Mar Beach, shopping and restaurants.
Saturday March 25, 2023 - 2pm to 4pm
Sunday March 26, 2023 - 2pm to 4pm
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Contact Derrick Mar
Christie's International Real Estate | Sereno
Senior Sales Associate
Known for its beaches, hiking, and annual Pacific Coast Fog Festival, Pacifica is a popular spot for surfers and outdoor enthusiasts, who are drawn to the city's rugged coastline and rolling hills. The city of approximately 38,000 is located north of Half Moon Bay along the coast and includes Linda Mar and Rockaway beaches.
Pacifica got its name during a 1957 contest and is inspired by an 80-foot statue built by sculptor Ralph Stackpole in the late 1930s. While the original statue no longer exists, one sculptor’s working model stands on the front stairs of Pacifica’s City Hall, while another occupies the City Hall's council chambers.
A skate park is available for skaters of all abilities, and citywide Wi-Fi service is available for residents, visitors, and businesses. The Sanchez Adobe history site dates back to prehistoric times and served as an Indian village, cattle ranch, and mission farm -- among many other uses. It is the oldest building in San Mateo County, according to Pacifica’s website.