Welcome to 244 San Pedro in Pedro Point.

This bright and spacious two level home in Pedro Point offers flexible living and ideal location close to HWY 1, shopping and beach access. Some call Pedro Point the Carmel of Pacifica and that is easy to imagine within this enclave of roaming hillside streets that feature breathtaking water views and architecturally significant residences.

The entry level offers an open living and dinning room, spacious kitchen (gas), sitting area (or breakfast nook), a hall bath and two bedrooms. (Currently, one is staged as a family room). The family room offers walk-out access to the rear yard and entertaining decks. The upper level offers three very spacious bedrooms, a hall bath and an enclosed porch which has been used as a game room and lounge.

There is a very large side by side garage for two cars and additional parking for two cars in the driveway. Convenient access to 280 for Peninsula commuters via nearby Sharp Park.

Built in 1964 and 2130 square feet per tax records.


"Pedro Point, a charming hillside neighborhood that climbs the slopes of San Pedro Mountain on the west side of Highway 1. It’s an area of one-of-a-kind homes, reminiscent of Carmel. Super-narrow streets, bordered by twisted cypress and Monterey pine, cling to the hillsides and afford grand views from nearly every homesite. At the foot of the mountain, hidden from view to all but walkers, is a tiny fisherman’s village that looks like it stepped off the pages of a Cabot Cove thriller."

- June Langhoff, Pacifican and author of "The Telecommuter's Advisor"



Known for its beaches, hiking, and annual Pacific Coast Fog Festival, Pacifica is a popular spot for surfers and outdoor enthusiasts, who are drawn to the city's rugged coastline and rolling hills. The city of approximately 38,000 is located north of Half Moon Bay along the coast and includes Linda Mar and Rockaway beaches. Pacifica got its name during a 1957 contest and is inspired by an 80-foot statue built by sculptor Ralph Stackpole in the late 1930s. While the original statue no longer exists, one sculptor’s working model stands on the front stairs of Pacifica’s City Hall, while another occupies the City Hall's council chambers. A skate park is available for skaters of all abilities, and citywide Wi-Fi service is available for residents, visitors, and businesses. The Sanchez Adobe history site dates back to prehistoric times and served as an Indian village, cattle ranch, and mission farm -- among many other uses. It is the oldest building in San Mateo County, according to Pacifica’s website.


Saturday, 10/12, 10-12

Sunday, 10/13, 10-12

Listing Agents: 

Joan Loeffler, 415.816.1335, [email protected]

Jim Beitzel, 415.225.2589, [email protected]


Joan Loeffler

Award Winning RealtorCorcoran Global LivingCalDRE# 01198078415.816.1335

Jim Beitzel

Award Winning RealtorCorcoran Global LivingCalDRE# 01114587415.225.2589