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Burlingame

Burlingame

The City of Trees, Burlingame, has a population of 28,806, according to the 2010 US Census, and 18,000 trees.  With top schools from Kindergarten through senior high school, it’s a great place to raise a family with a community very willing to support both the elementary school system and the high school district. Located just south of SFO, it’s an easy commute north to San Francisco or south to Silicon Valley.  Public transit runs through the city with CalTrain and just north in Millbrae the BART line starts. Homes sit in the flat lands all the way up to steep hills with amazing views of San Francisco and the bay.  … Read more »

Hillsborough

Hillsborough

The town of Hillsborough, was formed when members of the Burlingame Country Club decided that the Village of Burlingame was becoming too commercial. It sits on land… Read more »

San Mateo

San Mateo

San Mateo is the largest city in our immediate area, with 91,601 people living there according to the 2010 census.  It features some of the most affordable homes around as well as some of the most expensive.  The northern most part of the city, where it buffers Burlingame, has the beautiful San Mateo Park area.  This area has large stately homes, streets without sidewalks and trees everywhere, including round-abouts in the middle of the street for traffic flow.  Clark Drive features stately palm trees marching down the divided drive.  Some of the oldest homes in San Mateo are in the Park, with several built before the Great 1906 Quake. And, these … Read more »

Foster City

Foster City

Known as the City of Blue Lagoons, Foster City’s lagoons were built to resolve an engineering problem when the city was first being developed. Foster City is located on land originally known as Brewer’s Island, which was originally marshland that had dried out after dikes and levees were constructed near the turn of the 19th
Century. It was then a large diary farm for several decades. Read more »

Belmont

Belmont

In 1864, William Chapman Ralston, one of the Silver kings and a founder of the Bank of California, purchased a large ranch in Belmont and built the first ranch house. He went on to build a huge mansion, which is still standing today as part of Notre Dame du Muir University, and has been completely restored. Read more »

Millbrae

Millbrae

The city of Millbrae is named for Darius Ogden Mills, a rich financier who founded the Bank of California and bought land from the Sanchez family to build his country estate. The Scott’s refer to a “brea” as rolling hills, and Mills turned the name into Millbrae at some time in the late 1800’s. Read more »

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