Let’s finish up the week on the Peninsula. Burbed reader Wendie has a very special find for us, a bodacious bunker in Burlingame! Thanks Wendie! Meanwhile, we’re going to continue linking to different sites and we’d love to know which ones you prefer, and why. Wendie sent in a link to mlslistings.com and the home isn’t there anymore. Fortunately, we found it on Movoto!
Please give Wendie a big, warm, RBA welcome as today’s Guest Blogger with this excellent guest post!
50 Howland Hill Ln
Burlingame, CA 94010
Loan Payment: $12,222/mo
Size: 6,461 sqft
Type: Single Family House
Year Built: 2001
Lot Size: 21,375
Days on Movoto: 63 days
Open House: Sun 01:00pm – 04:00pm
Quality, details, exquisite finishes make this 6BR., 5.5BA, 2FR, 3 car garage,custom built home by Edward Neale truly remarkable. 5611 sf of living space on floors 1 & 2 plus approx 1000 sf of living space on lower level with wine rm, entertainment area featuring a wet bar, separate dining rm,a theatre inspired lounge area plus patios & decks off public rooms. Private lane close to 280/101/SF.
Here’s why Wendie sent this in:
Something about this house seems to scream “Winchester’ to me! Maybe its the “boat” bed. Clearly, that is an adult version of….what? The toddler race car bed that every 3 year old boy in America has? But clearly, this is not for a little boy. Who would even THINK to want to sleep in that weird bed?
And then the wine cellar…seems very unorganized..no rhyme or reason to it…..and why would the realtor take a photo of the front hall with THE FRONT DOOR OPEN?
Shut the damn door so we can see the entire room!!
Moving onto the kitchen…its huge with an equally large island in the middle…yet NO overhang of the granite so you can put some chairs there and eat at the island. Why not?
And last but not least, what’s up with the backyard? How many separate areas can there be?
Seems like the perfect house for 3 or 4 separate families who never want to bump into one another….