Los Altos Hills: Bucolic Beauty
Los Altos Hills incorporated in 1956 to preserve “the rural atmosphere of the foothills,” and the town’s tough zoning regulations have helped it maintain a low-density, small-town environment. Parcels must be at least one acre in size, with just one primary residence per parcel.
Los Altos Hills is one of Silicon Valley’s most affluent communities, with a median household income of $206,000, according to United States Census Bureau data. In 2014, Forbes ranked Los Altos Hills as No. 45 on its list of America’s Most Expensive ZIP Codes, with a median home price of $2,896,103.
The town is known for its bucolic feel and boasts an 85-mile system of pathways and trails for strollers, joggers, bicyclists, and equestrians. Los Altos Hills operates the Westwind Community Barn, a historic property for stabling horses and equestrian training. The annual Los Altos Hills Hoedown takes place at the barn and exemplifies the town’s rural ambiance.
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