04/06/2017 Blog Post
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Lagoon Living Issue 7
What’s happening with lagoon front properties, owners, residents & buyers in 2017
Six detached single family homes sold on the San Mateo Lagoon last year. Not all were on the market. Inventory of all waterfront homes remains limited. More owners now have equity and options with their grand plans on and off the lagoon. Planning has some key benefits. and I would enjoy the opportunity to meet with anyone considering a sale or purchase of real estate. Whether planning epair, remodeling or just enjoying the lagoon; Reach out to let me know of your interest in learning more.
MLAC Marina Lagon Action Committee & Residents Meet with San Mateo Public Works to tour the Pump Station
Pump Station Tour with The City of San Mateo
IFour diesel engines coupled to pumps draw 150,000 gallons per minute (GPM) each, 600,000 GPM total (750,000 w/ reserve pump). In 1998, hydraulic modeling determined that running all 4 pumps provides the capacity to draw down the lagoon from the mean summer height of 96.7” to the winter level of 94.5” in just 4 hours, that’s power!. Learn more about the lagoon & MLAC, go to www.LagoonLiving.com/MLAC.
Parkside Waterfront Ultra Contemporary
Sold March 2017
With vision, fortitude and the lack of other homes of its size available on the San Mateo Lagoon, owners in Parside on the waterfront have some amazing remodelling and reinvisioning efforts.
1520 Roberta is a generous lot with warm sun most of the day tucked in and less windy than most, minutes to fast water. A true find that is a local destination, so close, and so far away from it al at home on the Marina Lagoon in San Mateo.