Countdown is on for Final Townhomes for Sale at Bay Meadows
It’s hard to believe we’ve arrived here, but here we are. Shea Homes’ Meadow Walk townhomes are the last available townhomes-for-sale at Bay Meadows, and they’re selling nearly as soon as they come to market. That means there are barely 30 townhomes remaining to be sold.
The next sales release for Meadow Walk is January 14th and there are only a handful of homes being released. See this site plan from Shea Homes >
WHY BUY RIGHT NOW?
With homes at Bay Meadows selling nearly as soon as they are released, consistently for nearly four years, there’s a window of time right now to purchase a townhome in this beloved new San Mateo neighborhood.
- The next collection of Meadow Walk townhomes is located just across the way from Bay Meadows’ Town Square, with cafes and eateries, including the soon-to-open Blue Bottle Coffee and Tin Pot Creamery. As both Millennials and Boomers seek the best of urban and suburban lifestyles (what we call Midurban), these homes in our walkable community will not be available for long.
- SurveyMonkey is moving into its new headquarters at Bay Meadows in December, directly across the street from Meadow Walk II. This could mean more competition for home-buying from SurveyMonkey employees. Secure your chances of owning a townhome at Bay Meadows today!
- Yvonne and TJ
The on-site sales staff from Shea Homes have become a fixture in the Bay Meadows community and are now friends with a number of our residents. You’ll be in the best hands with their help.
- This is the Bay Area. Now is always the best time to buy!
- And who could resist these beautiful new homes, built by one of the nation’s leading home builders? Take a look at these beautiful models. Better yet, view them in person and visit our sales center today at 405 Neves Road San Mateo, CA 94403. (650) 458-3426
Walkscore.com rates Bay Meadows high on the list for walkable locations to live on the San Francisco Peninsula and for good reason! Why? Because we are steps from shopping (Hillsdale Center), groceries (Whole Foods), parks, a farmer’s market and an easy bike-ride from downtown San Mateo with its burgeoning restaurant scene. San Mateo’s shared Bay Bikes are on-site, so no need to own your own. And Caltrain is a quick stroll from anywhere in the neighborhood. Learn all about connecting the dots for your many transportation options with Connect San Mateo.