“Grateful Dead” Glory in Prime Palo Alto
Nestled in prestigious Professorville, this incredibly charming 2 bedroom, 1 bath home of over 1,000 square feet (per county) rests on a 5,250 square foot lot (per county) and retains a piece of valuable history within its walls. In 1965, Phil Lesh, a founding member and the bass guitarist of The Grateful Dead, called this place home and the band, then called The Warlocks, got together to play and practice in and around the property. Retaining its historical charm, this classic Craftsman with wood detailing and a sprawling front porch, greets you from the street. Inside, you’ll find warm, sun-lit spaces that provide the right amount of character mixed with modern-day efficiency and conveniences. Relax in the serene, park-like backyard, complemented by fragrant redwood trees, or venture mere minutes away to explore downtown Palo Alto, Stanford University, and Town and Country Village.