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Danville

Thursday, 22 October 2015 by

The “Heart of the San Ramon Valley,” Danville offers the perfect blend of upscale amenities and small town charm. Its quaint character and convenient location just 30 miles east of San Francisco make it the perfect place to work, live, and play. With a population of approximately 42,039. Danville is known for its small-town atmosphere and its outstanding quality of life. Danville’s historic downtown features shops, restaurants, and art galleries that draw people from throughout the area. You’ll find epicurean adventures around every corner like upscale eateries with one-of-a-kind menus

Alamo

Thursday, 22 October 2015 by

Today Alamo is an enclave of green with many homes on lots of 0.5 acres (2,000 m2) between Walnut Creek and Danville. Alamo is located in Contra Costa County. Adjoining towns and cities are Walnut Creek to the north, Danville, Dublin, and San Ramon to the south, and Diablo plus Blackhawk to the southeast. The area was named Alamo, which means “poplar” or “cottonwood” in Spanish. Because of its location and fine weather, Alamo grew quickly. An early road from the redwoods near Moraga ran through Tice Valley to Alamo, since Americans preferred redwood for building

Blackhawk

Thursday, 22 October 2015 by

Blackhawk is a large development in Danville. Featuring the Blackhawk Country Club, the Blackhawk Museum and outstanding shopping, Blackhawk is geared towards larger, more expensive homes. This is a beautiful community in which to live.

Diablo

Thursday, 22 October 2015 by

Diablo Country Club is a welcoming and unique place nestled at the foot of Mt. Diablo. Opened 100 years ago as California’s original family oriented golf club, the traditions of excellence and sportsmanship for generations of members stand the test of time. The grounds, originally an 1874 country estate for the families of railroad barons and gold mining icons, was converted in 1914 to a world class golf and country club by our founder Robert Noble Burgess. His vision, to create “A Community With an Ideal” is evidenced in many of the structures and activities that exist to this day. From

Orinda

Thursday, 22 October 2015 by

The City of Orinda is a family-oriented community in a semi-rural valley on the east side of the Oakland/Berkeley hills in the San Francisco Bay Area. It offers its 17,600 residents a serene setting in contrast to the more urban existence of the surrounding area. Orinda is situated immediately east of the Caldecott Tunnel on Highway 24 and is served by Bay Area Rapid Transit District (BART). The tree-studded hillsides of the 12.8 square-mile city contributes to its beauty. It is surrounded by natural settings including Tilden Park, San Pablo Reservoir, Briones Open Space and the Lafayette

Lafayette

Thursday, 22 October 2015 by

For Living. For business. For you. The best of any condition is the seamless combination of form and function. Lafayette’s beauty and quiet rural atmosphere is never overshadowed by the variety of services, products, activities, resources and recreations offered. They combine exquisitely into the best condition for living, working and owning a business. For Living Forget about Lafayette having some of California’s top primary educational institutions. Even forget about the theaters, the Lafayette reservoir, the Iron Horse walking trail… those are icing on an already tasty cake. Lafayette

Moraga

Thursday, 22 October 2015 by

The home of St. Mary’s College The Town of Moraga is named for Joaquin Moraga, the grandson of Joseph Joaquin Moraga who was second in command of the Anza expedition of 1776, the founder of San Francisco, Mission Dolores and the founder and first commandant of the Presidio. Joaquin Moraga, who also served in the military with his father Gabriel Moraga at the Presidio of San Francisco, left the Army in 1819. He and his cousin, Juan Bernal, received a 13,316 acre land grant from the Mexican government in 1835. The original land grant, known as Rancho Laguna De Los Palos Colorados (Ranch Of

Walnut Creek

Thursday, 22 October 2015 by

Big City Buzz with Mountain Views Mt. Diablo, Glam restaurants, power shopping, edgy art, cool theater and symphonic music – all in a small town jewelsetting ringed by mountain views that deliver on their promise of outdoor recreational opportunities. Yes, you can have it all. And it’s all in Walnut Creek. Located in the temperate East Bay region of the San Francisco Bay Area, Walnut Creek is 22 miles from San Francisco and 15 miles from Berkeley, close enough for easy access and synergistic sophistication but far enough away for a respite from big city stress. It’s the best of both

San Ramon

Thursday, 22 October 2015 by

As with the entire Tri-Valley, agriculture was the basis for San Ramon economy until suburban development began. In 1966 the new Interstate 680 freeway was completed through San Ramon to Dublin. For years a sign “San Ramon Population 100” accurately reflected the number of people in the area, with the whole San Ramon Valley having just over 2000 people for many decades. The designation “San Ramon Village” first appeared in the 1970 census with a count of 4,084 people, part of a San Ramon Valley population of 25,899. Developers Ken Volk and Bob McClain built the

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