17-53 Accacia Row
Welcome to Accacia Row, 12 brand new single family homes, fitted with all the goodies for today's modern lifestyle... These spacious fully detached two-level homes were designed with similar open floor plans to enhance today contemporary living with large and/or multi-generational families in mind.
Entry level: 1 bedroom, 1 full bath and large living/entertainment area that accesses rear yard. Also, has a separate entrance.
Main living level: 3 bedrooms (1 master suite), 2 baths Open floor plans that highlight the chef's kitchen with center island that is finished off with customs cabinet and stainless appliances.
2 car side by side garage with off street parking.
Model home is staged and ready to show. The remainder 11 homes and street improvements for this development are in the final stages of completion and will be ready for move in within the month.
25 Minute Drive to Union Square
14 Minute Drive to City College
13 Minute Drive to SFO
(Per Google Maps)
If using Google Maps or navigation please input the address 60 Accacia Street, Daly City to get to Accacia Row
All potential buyers need to be pre-qualified by our primary lender Kenneth Hui with General Mortgage Capital Corporation before moving forward. To get a hold of Kenneth for any questions or details please either email him at Ken@gmccloan.com or give him a call at 1.408.781.3818.
Here is a link for the New Development coming soon to the old Schlage lock building in Visitacion Valley http://sf-planning.org/visitacion-valleyschlage-lock-plan
Here is the link to the Sunnydale-Velasco (“Sunnydale”)http://hope-sf.org/sunnydale.php, sits in the Visitacion Valley neighborhood and is planning to get re-done and The Master Plan consists of:
- 785 units of replacement housing, plus another 900 units of tax-credit affordable and market-rate units that are integrated into new residential buildings throughout the site.
- A “hub” of activity for the Visitacion Valley community, with a new recreational and educational center, new parks, a community garden, farmer’s market, neighborhood-serving retail, and other community services
- New streets and blocks that are pedestrian oriented, reflect the neighborhood’s scale and are lush with edible landscaping and rainwater retention bioswales.