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707 Leahy Apartments

  Rated 3.2 / 5 stars

707 Leahy St, Redwood City, 94061, CA

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This apartment has a very beach-like vibe, with long balconies all gazing over the pool. There is laundry on the porch, as well as $25 storage units, so there's ample room. It's a nice place to live, but it's not going to blow you away. Pros include: The staff is really friendly, everyone seems to know one another. The porches are gigantic. Close to grocery stores, restaurants, coffee shops, and Caltrain. On the down side, the kitchens are tiny, and there are no dishwashers. There's no hot tub. Guests will generally have to resort to street parking. Tips: There's WiFi at the gym and pool, and if you can access it from your apartment, you are encouraged to use that instead of having to pay for your own! Watch out: If you are looking for a studio, I would suggest looking somewhere else. But, 1 or 2 bedroom had much nicer, roomier layouts.

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707 Leahy Apartments Description
707 Leahy Apartments with full size stackable washer and dryer. Pet friendly, smoke free apartments with saline swimming pool, fitness center and outdoor fireplace loungeand BBQ. Close to Highway 101, 84 and 82. Guarantors welcome.
Floor Plans
Layout Size Price
Studio 411 sqft $2,561
1 bed / 1 bath 638 sqft $2,665
2 bed / 2 bath 920 sqft $3,153
* Prices, specials, and floorplan availability subject to change without notice
707 Leahy Apartments Amenities
Community Level
Fitness Center
Storage Space
Vaulted Ceiling
Balcony / Patio
Large Closets
In Unit Laundry
Pet Policy
Cat Friendly
Dog Friendly
User Reviews
Reviews around the Neighborhood
unknown user
Great Location
Biking distance to Stanford. Walking distance to Menlo Park. Great location if you can afford a place.
unknown user
UVA, United States Navy
Great location for Stanford/PA
Bikeable to Stanford and walkable to downtown Palo Alto. Downtown Menlo is a sleepier neighborhood but they have a TJ's, a nice farmer's market, and a couple of nice restaurants. Lots of grad students and young families here!
unknown user
Harvard, Yale, Brigham & Women's Hospital
Menlo Park/Stanford
Fantastic area, close to parks and easy bike to Stanford. 15min walk to Menlo Park. Caltrain about 20min walk, but not the best at night given lack of sidewalks or shoulder
unknown user
Stanford, BC
Nice place to live near Stanford
Lived here for two years while going to graduate school at Stanford. Easy bike ride to campus on the bike path. Very close to downtown Menlo Park retail/restaurants. Quieter than downtown Palo Alto. Would have preferred living walking distance to downtown Palo Alto, but better value in here. This is a nice neighborhood in Menlo Park, but not the nicest neighborhood.
review user
MIT, Cambridge, Stanford
"Giant, gorgeous house randomly in this neighborhood of otherwise small homes. Not too much around by way of amenities but I loved living in this house regardless. Lots of garage sales in RWC to pick up furniture on the cheap! Rent was extremely affordable, and there's a Whole Foods at Jefferson and El Camino. Not too fancy a neighborhood generally, a bit of a hike to Stanford (20+ minutes by car, given traffic)."
review user
MIT, Cambridge, Stanford
Great place for young adults with cars who like to bike!
Great amenities on Woodside Road (supermarkets, very cheap gas prices, bank, post office, even a Michaels -- you name it!) Beautiful outdoors access for bike rides from your front door over into Woodside Right by 280 entrance for quick zipping up to the city or elsewhere Pretty neighborhoods as you head over into Atherton. It was a 26 minute bike ride from my doorstep to the GSB at Stanford, loved every minute of it! Rent is cheaper than nearby towns of Atherton and Menlo Park, though since I lived right on the border it still felt like a nice neighborhood Bad -- traffic on Alameda in the mornings is HORRENDOUS for driving towards Stanford. It's not *that* close to Stanford. You definitely need a car.
unknown user
Stanford, Duke
Munger Apts
Living in Munger for the summer - super convenient when working on or near campus!
unknown user
885 Woodside Apartments
Great brand new building! More space and amenities than most options in nearby Menlo or Palo Alto. Conveniently located right across the street from super market and easy access to el camino and Hwy 101.
unknown user
Reasonable price, great location
Very conveniently located to Stanford, DT Menlo Park, DT PA, and the caltrain. Also, more reasonably priced than DT PA. The house is a downgrade in quality from where we're most recently lived, but the backyard is a nice addition.
unknown user
Carnegie Mellon
Oak Creek
Good location close to campus, public transportation available to stanford, good athletic facilities / outdoor pool / hot tub Mostly families living in the area
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