Feel the sense of community and small town charm in downtown Danville where residents wave flags along the route of the annual Fourth of July parade, and small businesses and boutiques thrive along the main street. A weekly farmers market attracts many residents to the downtown while residents and visitors alike delight in the opportunities to hike, camp and mountain bike in the Mt. Diablo State Park or play in about 170 acres of parks throughout the town. Danville, a family-friendly town located along the 680 corridor in the Tri-Valley is beautifully oriented between the Las Trampas Ridgeline to the west and the majesty of Mt. Diablo to the east. Nobel Prize winning author and playwright Eugene O’Neillcalled Danville his home and today you can visit this National Historic Site, the Tao House located off Kuss Road. The Museum of San Ramon Valley located in downtown Danville celebrates the history of the valley and is located inside a restored Southern Pacific Railroad Depot. Former Danville Mayor Beverly Lane’s book about the area’s history is also available at the museum. Danville’s 18 square miles is one of the wealthiest suburbs in the San Francisco Bay Area and offers many exclusive neighborhoods and homes of distinction, top-rated schools, parks, and the popular Iron Horse Trail. About 30 miles east of San Francisco, Danville is also a commute away from Silicon Valley.
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