Belmont

Belmont: At Home in the Hills

Belmont gets its name from the French words for “beautiful mountain.” Many homes, and locally famous Water Dog Lake Park, are situated on picturesque hills providing stunning views of San Francisco Bay.

Many fine homes built at the turn of the nineteenth century still stand, including Ralston Hall, built by Bank of California founder William Ralston and currently part of Notre Dame de Namur University, a Catholic, co-educational school that was the first college in California authorized to grant a bachelor’s degree to women.

Although Belmont is primarily residential and retail property, it is also home to the headquarters of Oracle Corporation. In addition to having its own CalTrain station, close proximity to Highways 101, 280, and 92 makes the city a prime destination for Bay Area professionals.

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Hillsborough

Hillsborough will take your breath away. Fabulous homes on tree-lined streets evoke a timelessly elegant and private feel. The town covers six square miles, including picturesque hills and canyons, yet its 11,000 residents easily access commuter routes and downtown Burlingame, including Burlingame Avenue with its trendy shops and upscale dining.  

Along with a storied history of exclusivity, blue-ribbon schools and a tight-knit community have earned the town its enviable reputation. The Hillsborough Recreation Department, Sawyer Camp Trail, Crystal Springs Golf Course, and cycling on Cañada Road offer residents quality activities and the ability to take in the stunning beauty of their neighborhood and surrounding area.

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Burlingame

Top schools, a trendy downtown, and beautiful homes symbolize Burlingame. With an easy commute to San Francisco and Silicon Valley, Burlingame is one of the most desirable residential areas for Bay Area professionals and families.

Burlingame is a thriving community-based environment with cultural, athletic, and outdoor activities. Many of its 35,0000 residents walk to Burlingame and Broadway Avenues, which offer prime shopping, dining, and a seasonal farmers’ market. The historic public library, recreation centers, and abundant parks offer activities from A to Z for all ages. This is THE place for upscale, yet relaxed living.

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San Mateo

San Mateo: A Celebration of Diversity

From San Francisco Bay to the east to the mountains along the Crystal Springs reservoir to the west, San Mateo is a celebration of diversity. One of the largest cities on the Peninsula, San Mateo is a great place to live and work. Multiple retail areas, including downtown San Mateo with scores of restaurants, shops, and a movie complex, and parks of all sizes and features make the city comfortable and convenient. San Mateo’s diversity is represented by its various neighborhoods: woodsy San Mateo Park, Highlands in the hills, Shoreview by the bay, and close-to-downtown Baywood are just a few. San Mateo is also home to large corporations as well as mom-and-pop businesses. This city offers something for everyone.

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