The birthplace of Silicon Valley, Palo Alto offers a diverse and exciting place to live and work.
2783 Randers Court is an expansive, newly-remodeled Midtown Palo Alto family home with 5 bedrooms, 5 full and one half bathrooms, two family rooms and an office, a long list of high-end features, amenities and finishes and a lush, private yard. This conveniently-located home offers an abundance of space, function and style and includes every modern perk imaginable, including Control 4 Home Automation System that controls lighting/music/heating/air conditioning/security/motorized shades (prewired for shades on the top two levels), an electric car charging station and a wine cellar with room for more than 1,000 bottles of your favorite vintage.
Located three miles from the Stanford campus and two miles from University and California Avenues, Palo Alto’s Midtown is an established, eclectic family neighborhood convenient to Silicon Valley employers — Apple’s main campus is a 20-minute drive away, Facebook and Google headquarters half of that distance — and 40 minutes from San Francisco. Tree-lined Randers Court is a five-minute walk from shopping and dining on Middlefield Road and at the Midtown Shopping Center. The one-block cul-de-sac is also within walking distance of two parks (five minutes to Hoover and Henry Seale Parks), Ohlone Elementary School (10 minutes by foot) and Jordan Middle School (15 minute walk).
A two-level foyer welcomes you to 2783 Randers Court, a property with equal commitments to comfort, space, logic and style. The home’s main level is wide open, offering first an expansive living room whose soaring ceilings and resulting sky-scraping walls create a gallery-like setting for your favorite pieces of art, along with the first of the home’s two gas fireplaces with marble mantels and surrounds (the second is in the nearby family room, which also boasts backyard access via dramatic Marvin bi-fold doors). The adjacent dining room can seat a small group or a large crowd and the chef’s kitchen is exactly you’d expect from a home of this pedigree. No detail has been overlooked here, from the Italian cabinets to the Calacatta marble countertops, the high-end appliances, the breakfast bar and the large, inviting center island. A powder room and convenient and practical mud room, offering both garage and back yard patio access, round out the home’s main level.
An eye-catching floating open riser staircase with glass railings leads to the second floor of 2783 Randers Court. At the top of the stairs we are greeted with a flexible living space that can be used as an office, balcony that overlooks the front yard, playroom, art room, or a casual sitting area in which to pause before heading off to two bedrooms, two bathrooms and master suite with an enormous walk-in closet and a spa-like bathroom with dual sinks, shower and separate free-standing bathtub and access to an upstairs balcony that overlooks the home’s lush backyard.
The floating staircase also leads down from 2783 Randers’ main level, revealing a bounty of unexpected lower-level perks: a second family room with beverage center, backyard access and a truly breathtaking glass walled wine cellar — with room for 1,242 bottles — plus two bedrooms, a pair of bathrooms, a steam shower, a laundry room and a screening room/home theater.
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FIXTURES AND FINISHES
Lot dimensions and size: 84 x 103, 8,652 square feet per tax record
Total square footage including garage: 5,386; excluding garage 4,910 per architect
Buyer/buyers agent to verify square footage. Listing agent and seller have not verified square footage.
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Rebecca has lived in San Francisco for the past 15 years. In this time, she has generated a deep understanding of the nuance and complexity of each unique neighborhood market. Her expertise has led to repeated home sales at record prices in their respective districts, including recent sales in Pacific Heights, Noe Valley, the Outer Richmond, Inner Sunset, and Mt. Davidson Manor and Palo Alto. Rebecca ranks in the Top 1% of San Francisco agents and sold the 11th most expensive home in the City for 2016.
Rebecca’s expertise is rooted in a global perspective. Before moving to San Francisco, Rebecca traveled extensively as the Director of Operations for a Mayo Clinic program. She stays plugged in to the international market by bringing real-time real estate news to China, Hong Kong, and Taiwan using the THEO application. A true connector, she continues to attend workshops abroad and has built lasting relationships and associations that broaden our team’s buyer pool.
Rebecca is an avid cyclist and member of the Lucky Ones cycling club. She is also a supporter of the arts museums of San Francisco, the Commonwealth Club of California, and City Arts and Lectures. Rebecca is active with the University of Minnesota President’s Club, where she created an annual scholarship to the College of Science and Engineering.
Rebecca Hoffman has lived in San Francisco for the past 15 years. In this time, she has generated a deep understanding of the nuance and complexity of each unique neighborhood market. Her expertise has led to repeated home sales at record prices in their respective districts, including recent sales in Pacific Heights, Noe Valley, the Outer Richmond, Inner Sunset, and Mount Davidson Manor. Rebecca ranks in the Top 1% of San Francisco agents and sold the 11th most expensive home in the City for 2016.