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Where can you enjoy extreme privacy, jaw-dropping ocean views, be a literal stone's throw from the Coastal Trail and a few steps further from the sand, be surrounded by open space and local farmland on all sides, yet still be less than a mile to downtown HMB? The answer; 400 Balboa Blvd, Half Moon Bay This sprawling and well-maintained coastal estate boasts spacious bedrooms, wide-open living spaces, a wine cellar and a beautifully updated chef's kitchen, and yes, amazing ocean views everywhere. Immerse yourself in the beauty of nature with serene outdoor spaces perfect for relaxation and entertainment. From peaceful gardens to expansive decks, every corner of this property is designed to enjoy the coastal breeze and unhindered views of the Pacific Ocean. Sale includes lots 056-041-030 and 056-041-040, which equates to an additional 12,075 square feet.
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400 Balboa Boulevard

Half Moon Bay, incorporated in 1959, offers a wide variety of public and private attractions. The City rests on the Pacific Coast between forested hills and some of the most beautiful coastlines of California. It is located approximately 28 miles south of San Francisco and lies within the westernmost portion of San Mateo County. The population was 11,324 as of the 2010 census.The historic downtown is home to numerous shops, art galleries, restaurants, bed and breakfasts, and other businesses.

Local beaches and parks can be accessed by pedestrians, bicyclists and equestrians. Golf can be enjoyed at two of California’s finest courses next to the Ritz Carlton Resort. The City and Coastside are home to numerous nurseries and farms. The Pumpkin Festival held in October draws hundreds of thousands of people to the coast to enjoy its panoramic vistas, fine cuisine, arts, crafts and genuine hospitality.Mavericks is a famous big-wave surfing location just north of Half Moon Bay and 2 miles from shore outside Pillar Point Harbor. Waves can routinely crest at over 25 feet and top out at over 60 feet. Mavericks is a winter destination for some of the world’s best big wave surfers. A select few big wave surfers are willing to risk the hazardous, sometimes deadly, conditions at Mavericks.

Half Moon Bay usually has mild weather throughout the year. Some months there is fog and overcast during the night and morning hours, usually clearing to offshore during the afternoon. January is the coolest month with an average high of 58°F and September is the warmest month with an average high of 70ºF.Temperatures are mild and the valleys are rich. Half Moon Bay and the Coastside are proud of their agriculture and floriculture, where roadside stands sell locally grown fruits and vegetables. Fresh seafood is available in local restaurants or for buying right off the boats in Pillar Point Harbor, to take home and prepare yourself. Residents of the Coastside live a lifestyle that many think no longer exists in California. Neighbors care about each other, schools are important, and there is a sense of real community.