Enjoy the luxury of resort-style living every day in a rare waterfront home with a private boat dock and postcard views that is also within a short drive to several technology firms. You can have it all.

This waterfront home with a private boat dock comes with resort-style community amenities.

Located in San Mateo’s Mariner’s Island neighborhood, this home at 1253 Shoal Drive is in a prime setting off of the main road and offers almost 1,700 square feet of living space on two levels.

A two-level Trex deck means there is plenty of indoor-outdoor flow and views.

Drenched in natural light, this home is filled with updated finishes and features three bedrooms and two-and-a-half bathrooms.

Throw open two sets of French doors in the living room for a seamless flow to the expansive, two-level Trex deck with a contemporary stainless cable railing.

Entertain, relax and enjoy the cool breezes on the water and relish this unique and private sanctuary. Imagine kayaking in the morning, an afternoon paddleboard workout or taking a boat out for a sunset ride. Conveniently dock your canoes/kayaks as well in a covered portion.

Bamboo floors flow throughout the main level. The home offers a step-down living room with a fireplace and

This updated home is infused with bright light from the French doors and windows.

a spacious kitchen with granite counters, slate tile backsplash, generous island, wood cabinetry, and stainless appliances, including a gas range. An adjacent dining area has a large picture window. An additional gathering space extends the living room or is ideal for a work-from-home setup.

The upper level is equally filled with natural light and features new engineered hardwood floors.

The front-facing master bedroom features a large closet and an updated bathroom with a stall shower, new fixtures, a vessel sink, and a mirror with built-in speakers. Two additional bedrooms enjoy views of the water.

They have sliding mirrored closet doors and share a full bathroom updated with a tub/shower with a subway tile surround, a vanity mirror and built-in speakers.

The main-level powder room features a stylish vessel sink.

Whether you work from home or cope with a commute, this is the best spot to relax at the end of the day.

You can’t beat this home’s location within a mile to the BridgePointe Shopping Center and conveniently close to coffee shops, restaurants, Whole Foods, Trader Joe’s, and the Hillsdale Shopping Center that is about 3 miles away.

Resort-style life wouldn’t be complete without the luxury of a community pool, tennis and basketball courts, hot tub, fire pits, and barbecue area. Take a short walk to Mariners Island Park, where there is a baseball field and a children’s playground. And there’s more. The Mariners Point Golf Center, less than 1.5 miles away, offers a nine-hole, par-3 course along the water, 64 practice stalls to perfect your swing, and a driving range.

This home’s fabulous location also offers easy access to freeways. It is centrally located for drives into San Francisco, the heart of Silicon Valley, over the San Mateo Bridge and into Half Moon Bay.

San Francisco International Airport is about 8 miles away. The home is also near the top-rated Aragon High School.

Additional features include a two-car garage with a laundry hookup and additional parking off the main road. A new roof was installed in 2019, and generous closet space with access to extra storage is located on the main level.

Price: $1,695,000Where: 1253 Shoal Drive, San MateoWebsite: www.1253Shoal.comEasy to show by appointment after PEAD form sent to the listing agent.Listing agent: Intero. James Shin, DRE#01358693, 650-862-7332, James@jsregroupllc.com www.allaboutsiliconvalley.com Book an appointment to view this beautiful home with James at WWW.MEETINGWITHJAMES.COM


By Richard Moran

Richard Moran loves to write about sports with the Golden State Online. Before that, he worked as a senior writer at ESPN. Richard grew up in San Diego and graduated from the University of San Diego in 2004, after which he worked as an editor for five years.

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