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Neighborhood Guides

Learn about the exclusive neighborhoods in Burlingame, San Mateo and the surrounding Bay Area.

Hillsborough

A storied town founded by California’s most distinguished 19th-century industrialists, Hillsborough possesses a glorious legacy of prominent living as well as a colorful history dating back to the California Gold Rush.

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Burlingame

Beloved for its tree-lined streets, Burlingame has also earned the nickname “The City of Trees” because of the nearly 20,000 trees within its city limits.

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San Mateo

San Mateo is a melting pot of traditional heritage and cultural diversity.

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Foster City

In 1958, real-estate mogul T. Jack Foster came out of retirement and bought four square miles of land to build a “new city” with Bay Area business magnate, Richard Grant.

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San Carlos

As the “City of Good Living", San Carlos is conveniently located between San Francisco and Silicon Valley with easy access via Highways 101, 280 and Caltrain, and is beloved for its small-town, suburban feel.

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Redwood Shores

A 1,500-acre peninsula that’s part of Redwood City, Redwood Shores is a master planned community that is a hub for the high-tech industry.

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Menlo Park

A small charming city popular for its mid-Peninsula location and convenient lifestyle, Menlo Park is a close-knit family-oriented community with a slew of tech startups, incubators, venture capitalists and investment firms.

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Atherton

Atherton is an exclusive but easily-accessible rural community. It offers the intimacy of a hamlet with the convenience of being 45 minutes’ drive from San Francisco and 15 minutes from the heart of Silicon Valley.

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Palo Alto

An intellectual paradise, Palo Alto is a fascinating city pulsating with creative energy so infectious, most residents have chosen this address in order to enjoy that perfect mix of privacy, seclusion and a very inspired atmosphere.

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Los Gatos

Los Gatos offers a stunning blend of natural scenery and urban vibrancy. One of the oldest communities in Santa Clara County, Los Gatos today is part of the Silicon Valley tech hub.

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Saratoga

Nestled in the foothills of the Santa Clara mountains, Saratoga offers small-town coziness and first-class cultural attractions on the western edge of Silicon Valley.

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Woodside

Densely wooded private community with spectacular properties lying within easy reach of Silicon Valley.

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