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A place where dreams are made

Exceptional Sunnyvale Home

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Beyond adorable
1912 Charmer
Stroll the pebbled path , past fruit trees and flowers that welcome you home .
This quaint space offers 2 bedrooms and 1 bath
Details of yesteryear are perfectly balanced with modern conveniences and aesthetic touches .Many upgrades done with quality, reclaimed materials.
Designer colors accent walls to complement the gleaming hardwood and slate floors .
The kitchen is equipped to assist your culinary explorations and expertise.
The sun streams through the beautiful windows making each room cheerful and bright.
Slip out your master door to your private ,sun filled yard to enjoy your morning coffee , relax with a book or tend your garden .
It is here where dreams are made !
Beautifully packaged and perfectly placed in a fabulous walkable neighborhood ,close to parks,walk to CALTrain and downtown.. shopping and easy commute access . Whole Foods and AMC are on their way to the neighborhood too !
Items to Note:
•1 car detached garage with additional storage .
•Detached Bonus room perfect for office, yoga studio or playroom
•Fruit trees and flower beds
•New roof
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Mar. 14 & 15 1:30-4 PM

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Contact Heather Hansen
(650) 483-8030
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Heather Hansen


DRE# 01059256

6504838030 office


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163 Beemer Avenue

163 Beemer Avenue


163 Beemer Avenue

Sunnyvale boasts one of the largest populations in Silicon Valley and also serves as the headquarters for many well-known companies, such as Yahoo! and NetApp. Mountain View, Cupertino, and Santa Clara surround the city of 147,000, which is well-connected to its neighbors via public transit and roads. Sunnyvale is home to a Caltrain station and Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority light-rail and bus service. A number of highways, including state Route 85, Highway 101, and Interstate 280, run through the city. Sunnyvale has long served as an economic center. Early settlers took advantage of the region’s fertile soil to grow fruit, and that industry later expanded into canneries after the railroad arrived in 1864. After World War II, many defense-related companies set up operations in Sunnyvale. Today, the city offers about 20 parks, numerous playing fields, shopping centers, and a range of special events, such as an art and wine festival, a holiday tree-lighting event, and a summer music series. The city’s median household income is $100,000, and the median home value is $711,00, according to 2013 United States Census Bureau data. Of Sunnyvale’s 55,791 housing units, 47 percent are occupied by the owners.