Unfurnished 2 Plus Bedroom 2 Bathroom condo for rent in Quiet Mariners Island. Spacious living (1,313 sf) on sunny side of building with floor to ceiling windows & gas fireplace. 2nd floor unit with elevator. Recently updated/remodeled. Fresh paint and New berber type carpeting throughout, New light fixtures & vertical blinds, kitchen w/granite counter tops, New SS appliances, sinks, faucets, and flooring; bathrooms w/ New quartz counter tops and tile floors. New shower in the Master Bath and New custom tile tub enclosure in 2nd bath. Southwest facing, sun-drenched deck off living room. Morning sun in dining area. Lots of closets for storage. Large 3 panel closet located by entry way; master bedroom has his/her closets (2 Panel-His, 3 Panel -Hers?); and large pantry in kitchen. One covered/gated parking space. Pet Friendly Building.
Complex amenities include swimming pool, children's play area, boat dock and private beach. Across the street, Tidelands Park and Seal Point Dog Park. Great for those who enjoy the outdoors. Close to Restaurants and Shops at Bridgepointe Shopping Center and Close to Highways 101, 92 and San Mateo/Foster City Bridge. This unit is a must see!
Master: 11' x 14' 8"
2nd BR: 10' x 11' 4"
Study/Office: 10' x 11' 4" Versatile as study/office/3rd Bedroom, connects to LR with sliding closet style doors.
Hot Water, Garbage/Recycling Inc - Tenant pays PG&E, Cable/Internet, Telephone
12 mo lease, 1st mo + Sec Dep
Centrally located among the major Bay Area communities, renting an apartment in San Mateo puts you just a short drive away from San Francisco, Oakland, Palo Alto, and San Jose. The region’s natural attractions are close at hand as well, with the city just minutes from the sprawling Rancho Corral de Tierra and the popular Coyote Point Recreation Area overlooking San Francisco Bay—large in-town parks like Laurelwood Park and Bay Meadows Park make it even easier to enjoy time outdoors.
San Mateo has one of the largest and most developed downtown districts in the region, with scores of exotic shops and restaurants and beautifully-preserved historic buildings. You probably didn’t know your favorite food was going to be Japanese barbecue or Cajun fusion or Vietnamese pastry, but if you spend enough time exploring this foodie paradise, you’re bound to find something you love but never knew existed.