We are introducing an exceptional and rare Palo Alto property to the market this week, 2001 Bryant Street.
The home was built in 1947 and it is a great example of one-level mid-century architecture with an open floor plan and wide expanses of glass. The lot is 31,744 sq. ft. (per county records, unverified). There are fewer than 30 single-family residential lots of this size or larger in North Palo Alto.
The Bryant Street location is at the heart of the coveted Old Palo Alto neighborhood, home to many of the great innovators and entrepreneurs of Silicon Valley. Bryant Street is also known as Palo Alto’s Bicycle Boulevard that was promoted by Ellen Fletcher in the 1970’s after whom one of Palo Alto’s Middle Schools will be named.
Palo Alto is known for its outstanding public school system, and the schools that service 2001 Bryant are within easy reach – Walter Hays Elementary is 9 blocks, Jordan (to be renamed Greene) Middle School is also 9 blocks, and Palo Alto High School is 10 blocks.
In addition world-renowned Stanford University is easily accessible. Shopping and dining are also nearby in downtown Palo Alto and along California Avenue through the underpass at the end of North California Avenue.
Possibilities abound for the lucky new owner!