208 Orchard Glen Court, Mountain View - Kathy Bridgman, Broker Associate®
Sold - Over Asking
208 Orchard Glen Court, Mountain View
  • Freshly Updated Craftsman One-Half Mile from Downtown

    Listing Agent: Kathy Bridgman
    Bed2Bath2.5SQ FT1,258Lot Size2,893 SQ FTOffered At$ 1,895,000Sold for$ 1,951,000

    Summary of the home

    This home checks all the boxes for Silicon Valley living – just one block from Stevens Creek Trail for an easy bicycle commute to Google and other tech centers, and only one-half mile from downtown shops and restaurants on Castro Street. The single-family home is part of a small community on a non-through street for added privacy. Freshly updated with new paint throughout, the two-story Craftsman showcases new carpet in the living/dining room and the stairs, as well as fine hardwood or laminate wood floors in the kitchen/family room and the bedrooms. There are 2 bedrooms and 2.5 baths; each bedroom is upstairs and has an en suite bath and organized closet. A large deck with built-in seating benches spans the rear of the home, and the attached one-car garage features a laundry area. With amazing convenience to commute routes and public transportation, this home also has access to Mountain View schools. 

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    Mountain View Community Information

    Named for its sweeping views of the Santa Cruz Mountains, Mountain View is located in beautiful Santa Clara County. The town's forward-thinking, urban landscape boasts some of the top Fortune 1000 companies including Google, Symantec, and Intuit. Mountain View has developed into a cultural destination, attracting visitors from near and far. From its award-winning restaurants, including Michelin Guide-rated Chez TJ, to its renowned Performing Arts Center, it has something to please everyone. Its own Shoreline Amphitheatre attracts musicians from all around the world and is one of Northern California's top concert spots. Mountain View has a young, vibrant, pedestrian-friendly downtown. Adorned with specialty shops, sidewalk cafes, and art galleries, Castro Street is closed down once a month for festivals, car shows, and live music. Mountain View residents come together in celebration of all the Bay Area has to offer and the city is truly a captivating place to live.