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for home searchers to find new homes and new condos as well as the most efficient means for new home builders to get results
promoting their new home communities in Bay Area Peninsula.
The Bay Area Peninsula – who wouldn’t love to buy there? Crisp air and a bustling atmosphere are everywhere you go; no matter if it’s South San Francisco or into the suburbs of the Silicon Valley, the Peninsula is the place to be for many Bay Area homebuyers.
Of course, it’s no secret that much of the San Francisco area is exclusively priced; and the Peninsula is hardly an exception. However, there are some affordable options for those looking for an entry point to this fabulous area. One favorite, believe it or not, is located in the city itself. SummerHill Homes has built Park Station, luxury condos from the low $300,000’s (yes, you’re reading that right!) in South San Francisco.
With one and two bedroom floorplans ranging from 665 to 1,317 feet of space, and amazing features like granite countertops, stainless steel GE appliances, and vaulted ceilings – set in an ideal city location with everything right outside your door – Park Station may be the perfect place for those who need an affordable home in San Francisco. In fact, the community is currently advertising a special offer on Penthouse 13, a unit which contains all of the above amenities, priced at $330,000. Incredible!
Of course, there are plenty of other options in Bay Area Peninsula homes; builders are placing some exciting new home communities in sought-after cities like Palo Alto, San Bruno, and Mountain View. These single family homes are ideal for the Silicon Valley executive who needs a place to call home at the end of the day. They’re spacious, well-designed, and built with quality materials on beautiful homesites. After all, would you expect anything less from the Bay Area?