The Space- It's new (2012 build, I'm the first tenant)!
- All new appliances (washer, dryer, dish washer)
- Stainless steel kitchen
- Amazing SIX burner stove
- Granite Counter Tops
- NINE foot high ceilings and extra tall door ways, throughout
- Lots of shared living space
- Ceramic Tile Flooring (bedroom is)
- Central AC and Heating
- Internet included (high-speed wireless AND in-wall RJ45 jacks; 25-50Mbit downstream)
- Video intercom connected to front door
- Satin Nickel metallic finish on door handles, faucets, curtain rods, etc.
- Dual Pane windows means very little outside noise!
- Awesome recessed lighting, through-out!
- Instant coffee, tea, cocoa etc Guest Access- Cozy 121sqft (11x11) *furnished* bedroom
- Walk-in closet (additional 30 sq ft)
- Plenty (1600+ sq ft) of shared space outside of the bedroom.
- Wired AND Wireless High-Speed Internet provided
- In-room TV with on-demand video service and local over-the-air TV channels.
- Hallway bathroom/shower (photos coming by 3/14).
- Feel free to take advantage of the kitchen's six burner stove, dual ovens, toaster oven, microwave, crockpot, cupboards, refridgerator, pots, pans, dishes, eating utensils, etc...
- Exercise on the treadmill and/or the variety of free-weights located in the garage.
- Small home office equipment over local area network (scanner, copier, printer, file server). Interaction with GuestsUnless I'm out of town, or out for the entire evening I should generally be within the same common areas as whomever is also staying here and home as well.
I will be home probably working on a few startup business ideas and/or studying computer science subjects trying to decide on the next move in my career....
As to interaction, I suppose it comes down to overlapping interests, personal schedules, timing and a number of other variables.
To generalize, I'm fairly indifferent on the amount of interaction that occurs between guests and myself.
Perhaps at minimum, it's nice to have a base rapport to be able to discuss any issues, whether preemptively or if a concern should arise. The NeighborhoodRedwood city is a small mid Peninsula city, nestled between Palo Alto and San Mateo (or San Jose and San Francisco) as to nearest largest respective cities to the North or South.
It's the perfect center point for if you're planning on accessing both the Northern and Southern parts or the Northern California Bay Area. Getting AroundThis particular area of Redwood City is extremely close to Hwy US-101 (just around the corner but on the non-busy side of the entrance). By car, Interstate 280 is about a 15 minute drive across the city.
Guest parking is available for one vehicle and requires a pass to be displayed on the dash or hanging on the vehicle's mirror.
Downtown Redwood City is about a 25 minute walk or 10 minute bicycle ride from here.
Once downtown, you'll have access to Caltrain which can take you up and down the Peninsula.
Caltrain also connects up with other public transportation systems such as the VTA lightrail & bus systems to the San Jose/South Bay area, as well as BART for SF & East Bay transit destinations.
Cab fares from downtown Redwood City to this condo are typically under $10. Other Things to NoteThere's a brand new queen sized 15" pillow topped/memory foam bed for maximum comfort, nightstand, dresser, and television all set for on-demand internet streaming media.
If applicable: General release of liability form will be necessary prior to use of fitness equipment (personal- injury or any other such claims). Without a signed release form the garage is just not included as part of the shared space.
By breakfast, I pretty much just mean bagels, cream cheese, some bananas and of course coffee. I could easily be persuaded to stock up on anything else such as cereal or some other morning meals but you'd have to let me know what you might like! :)