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    3826 Naughton Avenue
    Belmont, California, 94002
    United States
    3826 Naughton Avenue Belmont, California, 94002 United States

    3826 Naughton Avenue
    Belmont, California, 94002 United States

    Lisa Karson
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    Property details

    • Property type

      Single Family Homes

    • Status


    • Year Built


    Newer Modern Home With Views!

    Scenic beauty greets you as you enter this modern, VIEW home overlooking Belmont Canyon. Built in 2020, the home offers designer finishes, wiring for tech, including in-garage car charging. The main level has 14 ft. ceilings in the open living area with 3 sets of French doors leading to a heated outdoor patio. The kitchen features a marble slab island with seating, custom cabinetry and Bertazzoni Italia appliances making this a cooks dream. The dining room adjoins with a fireplace and stellar views. A half-bath and garage access complete this level. The upper level includes 2 bedrooms, a full bathroom, laundry, and primary suite featuring a walk-in closet and beautiful ensuite bathroom. The lower level features a junior ADU completed in 2022 and wine nook. This level offers flexible living and entertainment space. A large outdoor patio continues the expansive views, with access to a flat artificial turf lawn.

    About The Area

    The founders of Belmont intended to build their city in the flatlands, but the allure of the hills proved irresistible. After a few decades with activities centered around El Camino Real and the Old County Road, Belmont began climbing up into what early Spanish explorers had called “la Canada del Diablo,” the Devil’s Canyon. By lifting their gaze to the hills, these visionaries set Belmont apart from its Peninsula neighbors. Known for hillside homes set among lush trees and boasting unrivaled views– Belmont offers things you can’t find in San Mateo, Millbrae, Burlingame or San Carlos. This town of over 27,000 experienced most of its growth after World War II but maintains a small pre-war downtown centered around Ralston Avenue, which was one of only a few direct paths connecting the Pacific Ocean to San Francisco Bay. It’s named after Comstock Lode financier William C. Ralston, who built his Italianate country estate, Ralston Hall, along the road in 1867. Today, Ralston Hall is the centerpiece of Notre Dame de Namur University, formerly the only four-year university in San Mateo County, now serving graduate students exclusively. Belmont is a unique mix of old and new. You’ll find plenty of ultra-modern homes in its lush canyons; a few miles away you’ll find an iconic restaurant, Godfather’s Burger lounge on El Camino Real, that has been featured on television shows and magazines and received awards for its superior burgers. Also on El Camino Real, the ultra-chic Iron Gate restaurant has been serving Steak Diane tableside since 1965. It’s just a short walk from there to downtown and Vivace, an Italian restaurant that’s been drawing raves since it opened in 2010. Belmont residents also love their outdoor activities. Parks and outdoor recreation have been Belmont mainstays since the town’s founding. The town has made a commitment to preserving plenty of green space, including two major parks in Belmont—Water Dog Lake Park and historic Twin Pines Park, once known as “Belmont Park” and styled after an outdoor German beer hall. Today, you’re more likely to find modern Belmont locals using Twin Pines Park for hiking or biking, or spot them attending an arts festival at the Carlmont Shopping Center, strolling down a winding lane on their way to the tree-shaded Belmont Library or catching a Friday night football game at Carlmont High. Though Belmont is an easy place to find peace and solitude, its residents equally value their sense of community. Belmont is perfectly situated for those who work in either San Francisco or Silicon Valley, with a downtown Caltrain station and access to two major highways. With strong public schools and opportunities to help your real estate dollar stretch a bit further, the popularity of this serene, green city is on the rise.

    Amenities & Features

    • Listing Details
      • Property ID
      • MLS#
      • Property type
        Single Family Homes
      • Marketed By
        Golden Gate Sotheby's International Realty
      • Status
      • Listing Price
      • County
        San Mateo County
      • School District
        Sequoia Union High
    • Utilities & Building
      • Year Built
      • Style
      • Lot Size Unit
      • Lot Size
      • Parking
        2 Car Garage
    • Interior
      • Amenities
        2 Fireplaces, Deck, Walk-in Closet(s), Hardwood Flooring, Marble Countertop
      • Full Bathrooms
      • Partial Bathrooms
      • Bedrooms
    • Additional Features
      • Features
        Bay View