Resident Reference: “We love living here and we’ve made some lasting friendships.”
Here are views from a couple of our apartments.
Come home to your welcoming “nest.” Pop a chicken in the convection oven (over the range in the photo), pour your self something to drink, dim the track lights to set the right atmosphere, select a music queue, and head for a soak in your tub which is tucked into an alcove (bath is lighted room at right in photo). The moist and juicy chicken will be ready to eat in about 50 minutes.
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Q: Are kitchens important to you?
A: Be the first person to use the microwave-convection oven and the range with self-cleaning oven. The oak cabinets have drawers that close themselves (aka soft-close drawers), and there’s newly installed liner on every shelf and in every drawer. The 16 cf refrigerator has glass shelves, and the double stainless steel sink has a side sprayer.
Q: Do you have one of the world’s most special cats?
A: Morris, a previous cat resident, got his “valet” to install a platform by the dining window so he could keep tabs on the squirrels and birds in the large pine tree just outside the window.
Q: Who used to live here?
A: Stanford recruited her. He is a musician. They lived here about four years, and got married about a year ago. She was offered a dream job, and they moved back home to Massachusetts.
Q: Do you dislike squishy fiberglass surrounds and are you someone who has lots of bathroom stuff?
A: The oak vanity with a granite top the color of jade has 8 drawers and the bath has decorator tile in the tub/shower and matching tile on the floor.
Q: What about the people who live at the complex?
A: Residents are considerate of one another. The complex is just the right size – not too big and not too small. The managers (who are here – you don’t have to play phone tag), usually coordinate a potluck each summer.
Q: What about TV?
A: You can hook up to our HD antennas and watch 50 to 60 channels for free. If you’re into international TV and/or sports channels, every apartment is wired for local/national/international satellite TV.
Q: What’s atmosphere at the complex like?
A: Many people come in the gates and say something about how peaceful and quite it is here. There are large trees, one of which is a bearing avocado tree. A pair of resident doves presents the complex with a couple of babies every year.
Q: Other questions?
A: Call John and Bonnie at 650-386-5280.