Neighborhoods

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Alamo

Alamo is truly the epitome of a small town, encompassing less than 10 square miles. The area still boasts many of the almond, walnut and pear trees whose orchards covered the area. Many “gentleman farmers” have their own backyard vineyards.

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Blackhawk

Blackhawk is actually not a town, but rather an unincorporated master planned community known for its ritzy opulence and lavish lifestyle east of Danville.

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Concord

Concord has succeeded in blending its early Calfornia heritage with modern development. As a result, its residents enjoy quiet neighborhoods, a well-supported parks network, convenient shopping, and more!

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Danville

One of Danville’s most desirable attributes is its sense of community. The town hosts a wonderful array of events throughout the year from farmers’ markets to street fairs to holiday celebrations.

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Diablo

The tiny, exclusive enclave of Diablo is home to only about 1,150 residents. It is a high-end, beautiful area that has been around over 100 years.

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Dublin

There are lots and lots of shops and restaurants here and the many offered cuisines make dining an internationally-flavored experience. Sports fields and a new swim center complete with two pools and waterslides add to the many community amenities.

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Lafayette

Located between Berkeley and Walnut Creek, Lafayette has its own Bay Area Rapid Transit station (BART) and is only a 25-minute BART ride from San Francisco.

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Moraga

Moraga has often been voted the safest city in California due to its low crime rate. Kids still ride their bikes to get around to after-school sports or the orthodontist. Competitive swimming is very popular and Moraga has produced several Olympians.

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Orinda

Orinda is home to many affluent suburban professionals who commute to downtown Oakland, San Francisco, and Walnut Creek. Its location provides for a more rustic landscape, and Orinda’s many parks and trails make it a destination for many Bay Area hikers and naturalists.

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Pleasant Hill

With a total land area of just over 7 square miles, Pleasant Hill is a relatively small but lively community at the center of the 680 corridor. Lots of families live here and homes are relatively affordable.

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San Ramon

Excellent schools, proximity to major employers, suburban amenities, and a beautiful natural setting make San Ramon a sought-after community in the East Bay area.

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Walnut Creek

Walnut Creek offers a blend of urban flair, suburban grace, and peaceful wilderness. Its central Bay Area location and easy access to BART and major highways add to its appeal.

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