••••• 2 BR – 2 BA •••••
- No common walls and oak cabinets in kitchen and baths. (see slide show below)
- Downstairs, private entrance
- Private semi-circular patio
- People often say, “It’s so peaceful here.”
- Kitchen, dining, & hallways have tiled floors
- Bike to places like Google or Stanford
- Cool in summer, cozy in winter
- Like to cook? (see Q&A below)
Resident Reference: “We like living here because the apartments have different floor plans and feel like we have our own place.”
Here are views from a couple of our apartments.
Walk out onto your patio and listen to the birds. Humm, looks like a nice day. Turn around, go into the kitchen and get a bottle of water. Open the drawer where you hide the cookies — there are two lonely cookies left.
Now that you’re properly provisioned grab your laptop, settle into one of the chairs on your patio and start surfing.
More Questions? Keep Reading…
Q: Do you spend time in the kitchen?
A: Be the first person to use the black range with a self-cleaning oven. And there’s a 16 cu ft. black refrigerator with glass shelves, an easy-to-load dishwasher, a double stainless steel sink and class oak cabinets (with brand-new shelf liner).
Q: How about easy-to-clean floors?
A: The kitchen, dining, hallways and baths have ceramic tile floors.
Q: Do you love your cat?
A: Cats fit on windowsills which are good places to watch sassy squirrels.
Q: Would you rather have decorator tile instead of a fiberglass surround in your bath?
A: The tub-bath and the shower-bath have tiled walls and the same 12” x 12” decorator tile on the floor. (One of the oak vanities has eight drawers.)
Q: Why did the people who lived in the apartment leave?
A: Yale only loaned him to Stanford, and now they are back at Yale.
Q: Do you watch international TV – follow sports – want HD reception?
A: You can hook up to our HD antennas and watch a lot of channels for free, and every apartment is wired for satellite TV.
Q: What are the people like who live there?
A: Residents from Switzerland said they have made lasting friendships at Loma Vista. People who moved in a couple of months ago gave the managers a note thanking them for the move-in supplies. Several years ago the managers temporarily stored a tall bookcase in one of the laundry rooms. Residents began leaving their laundry supplies on the shelves, and now the laundry rooms have permanent shelves where residents leave their soap, softener, etc.
Q: Other questions?
A: Call John and Bonnie at 650-386-5280.