Our Neighborhoods

NEIGHBORHOODS

Our neighborhoods are some of the most sought after communities in the nation. The links below provide a brief overview of the cities and neighborhoods we proudly serve. Each one is unique and wonderful in their own way. We hope you will let us know if you would like any additional insight into these markets.

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MENLO PARK

Menlo Park now offers a suburban enclave with many urban amenities: from a bustling downtown and strong public school district, to plenty of parks and recreation facilities.

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ATHERTON

The privacy gained by lots of at least one acre, winding streets with mature trees, gracious mansions set well back from the curbless streets — this is Atherton today.

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PORTOLA VALLEY

The town of Portola Valley was incorporated in 1964 with the goals of preserving the beauty of the valley, fostering low-density housing, and limiting services to those necessary for local residents.

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WOODSIDE

For more than 100 years, beginning in the 1830s, the area now called Woodside was gradually developed, first as sawmills that supplied redwood to build San Francisco, later as farms, small cattle ranches and vineyards.

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PALO ALTO

Named for an ancient redwood tree that was a living landmark for late-1700s Spanish explorers, Palo Alto today is a diverse community, a mixture of high-tech and locally-owned companies and more than 26,000 homes.

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REDWOOD CITY

Redwood City combines residential, commercial and service industries It’s waterfront provides a yacht harbor and the only deep water port in the south bay.

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LOS ALTOS

Los Altos encompasses seven square miles, stretching from Palo Alto to Sunnyvale and Cupertino, sandwiched between Mountain View and Los Altos Hills. Los Altos supports seven commercial areas serving its close to 30,000 residents.

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HILLSBOROUGH

Hillsborough has excellent, award-winning public schools, police and fire protection and public works service. These are the qualities that have formed the character of the Town and have remained stable for over 100 years.

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BURLINGAME

It is known for its high residential quality of life and is often referred to as the City of Trees. Industrial growth was spurred in the 1960s and 1970s by proximity to the San Francisco International Airport.

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