Sponsored: Updated private home in Cupertino

This spacious single-level home on a large and private corner lot offers a fabulous opportunity to live and work in what is recognized as the heart of Silicon Valley.

Known as the headquarters of Apple, Cupertino is also rich in historical significance and on the cutting edge of tomorrow’s technology. Its almost 11 square miles is filled with corporate headquarters juxtaposed with tree-lined neighborhoods, top-rated schools including De Anza College, historic wineries, and community parks. Main Street is one thriving area less than a half mile away from this home and a popular destination to meet up with family and friends. It offers a plethora of dining and shopping options, a summer concert series, and other events. Many services such as grocery stores including Sprouts, Trader Joe’s and Whole Foods are also within walking distance.

Walk to Apple, Amazon and other top-tech companies or hop on nearby Interstate 280 and Highway 85 for easy regional access.

Measured at 1,518 square feet, this home at 10466 Miller Ave. sits on an almost 7,000-square-foot level lot that features driveway access from both Miller Avenue and Phil Lane. Recently installed new fencing and gates wrap around the property.

This home’s covered porch is a sweet spot to admire the fenced garden and unwind.

Inviting outdoor space has been updated ($60,000) with artificial turf, lush and colorful foliage and shade trees, fruit trees, and a covered patio with a ceiling fan. The expansive yard offers additional space for vegetable gardens, an outdoor kitchen, play area, spa or quiet retreat. A covered porch offers a peaceful venue with front garden views including a mature shade tree.

Other recent updates include the installation of 33 solar panels to a tune of about $46,000, dual-pane windows and sliders, new copper pipes, and fresh interior and exterior paint.

The open and light-filled living room features a vaulted ceiling, wood-burning fireplace, and a large picture window that faces the front garden.

The home features three bedrooms and two full bathrooms, an open living room, step-down dining area, updated kitchen with a breakfast bar, and a large remodeled home office space/laundry room with private entry. Hardwood and parquet floors flow throughout the home.

A detached, two-car garage offers additional space for a possible ADU conversion or enjoy the convenience of the additional off-street parking spaces with overhead storage.

There is a new rollup garage door and 220-V electrical panel.

The open and light-filled living room features a vaulted ceiling, wood-burning fireplace, and a large picture window that faces the front garden. Step down into the adjacent dining area that also has a vaulted ceiling, sliding glass door access to the covered patio and garden views from floor-to-ceiling windows. Clerestory echo the pitch of the vaulted ceiling and welcome an abundance of natural light into these rooms.

Granite counters wrap around the galley-style kitchen that includes breakfast bar seating, and oak cabinetry with upper glass-faced cabinets, a Bosch dishwasher, gas range, microwave and refrigerator.

Also featured is a built-in granite-topped workstation and rear garden views.

The master bedroom also has wood floors, a …read more

Source:: The Mercury News – Lifestyle


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