Alamo, an unincorporated community of Contra Costa County is nestled at the base of Mt. Diablo and surrounded by gorgeous oak-studded hillsides, views of the Las Trampas Ridgeline, and access to many hiking and walking trails including the popular Iron Horse Trail that runs through the Tri Valley. Quiet and peaceful neighborhoods including Alamo Springs, Round Estates North, White Gate, and Bryan Ranch, and the gated Stonegate and Jones Ranch Estates are home to some of the Tri-Valley’s most exclusive custom estates on sprawling lots. Wrapped in a country and rural ambiance , the neighborhoods are also conveniently..
Seven gated communities including the world-class Blackhawk Country Club comprise Blackhawk, one of the most sought-after communities in the East Bay’s Tri-Valley. A treasured destination for those seeking and exclusive residence, Blackhawk sprawls over nine square miles in an unincorporated area of Contra Costa County. Located about 40 miles east of San Francisco at the foot of Mt. Diablo, the upscale community is home to a vast range of professionals from business executive and entrepreneurs to professional athletes and media personalities. The Blackhawk Country Club is home to two..
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..
The end of the railroad line was Diablo, the summer destination for wealthy San Franciscans who longed for warmer temperatures and an escape from the fog. Diablo was once filled with summer cottages many of which didn’t have kitchens because the residents took their meals at “the club”. Today, about 400 homes are nestled within the less than one square mile called Diablo which is filled with some of the more exclusive estates in the San Ramon Valley and are just a short golf cart ride away from the historic country club. Diablo continues to celebrate a rich history that dates back more than 100 years. Its residents recognize..
The City of Dublin is a thriving relatively young city experiencing a surge in growth as people find the family-friendly suburban city, its multiple parks including Emerald Glen Park, highly rated schools, weekly Farmers Market, and variety of shopping and dining options an ideal place to live in the East Bay. Consistently one of the fastest growing cities in Alameda County for the past several years, Dublin offers a variety of housing opportunities from luxurious single-family homes to a variety of condominiums and garden homes. Dubliners are proud to share a city sisterhood with Bray, Ireland and celebrate the Irish heritage..
What used to be the largest single orchard of Bartlett pears in the world is now the thriving business park known as Bishop Ranch and center of the exciting City of San Ramon. Today that pear is proudly displayed as the logo of the San Ramon Farmers Market that celebrates the bounty of local farmers year round and welcomes residents and visitors to its site in the parking lot of the new City Center. San Ramon, located about 35 miles east of San Francisco, is about 18 and a half square miles nestled between the communities of Danville and Dublin..
Home to the Alameda County Fairgrounds, the oldest horse racing track in the nation, and the historic Main Street, Pleasanton has a small-town feel with a plethora of locally owned businesses, but also features leading retail and commercial stores in addition to the Hacienda Business Park. Outdoor recreation is popular is Pleasanton that boasts its own regional park, more than 9,000-acres of preserved open space and a haven for hikers, cyclists, and equestrians. Make it to the top of Pleasanton Ridge and be rewarded with magnificent views that span into the Livermore Valley and beyond..