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Walnut Creek

Northgate

The largest residential neighborhood in Walnut Creek, Northgate is an ideal location for those interested in flat, tree-lined streets with many young families throughout. Twelve years of excellent schools serviced by Mt. Diablo Unified School District can be walked to from most homes in Northgate.

Walnut Heights

Winding roads and hillsides pushed against Shell Ridge is the essence of the Walnut Heights Neighborhood. Set back away-from-it-all, hiking trails abound, and convenient to Walnut Creek’s downtown, it’s a highly sought after neighborhood to purchase a home.

The neighborhood school is small and highly rated.

Larkey

Larkey Area of Walnut Creek sits on the west side of the 680 freeway. Older homes, some with renovations, surrounded by trees and narrow streets make this neighborhood quaint and charming. Houses range in style and price and the districted schools are good.

This neighborhood has easy access to the freeway and part of it are walking distance to the Iron Horse Trail.

Summit Ridge

Summit Ridge is just beyond the larkey neighborhood in the hills adjacent to Lafayette. Some addresses in the Summit area are zoned for Lafayette Schools and Acalanes High School is just over the road from this hilly and traditional-style neighborhood. The homes typically are well cared for and the yards manicured. This neighborhood attracts families because of the sidewalks to walk or ride bikes as well as the convenience to both Walnut Creek and Lafayette.

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Miramonte

Bordering Orinda, Miramonte is the closest neighborhood in Moraga to the freeway. A variety of home styles ranging from townhouses to large semi-custom executive homes.

This neighborhood is ideal for those desiring the bucolic feel of Moraga while needing to have quick freeway access.

Moraga Country Club (MCC)

A neighborhood with a growing number of young families, MCC offers single family homes as well townhomes in various sizes to suit individuals and large families alike.

Homeowners pay into MCC HOA which takes care of a range of services such as annual gutter cleaning, front yard landscaping, mail services, and many many more. Access to the club, golf, swim, and tennis are additional amenities that this neighborhood enjoys.

Rheem Valley

The Rheem Valley neighborhood is served by Rheem Elementary and has a mix of apartments, condos, and single-family homes varying in size and price range. The area boasts Moraga’s main shopping center and only movie theatre – Rheem Theatre – making it a great choice neighborhood for those that enjoy walking to and from their errands.

Bollinger Canyon

A canyon with bucolic charm, Bollinger Canyon is a beautiful location if you’re looking for a rural feel, large lot, or horse property. Many of the Lamorinda Vinterns grow their grapes in this canyon so living here could yield you a wine-growing neighbor. The homes range from small californian one-story ranchers to large French-Inspired Estates.

Corliss

The Corliss neighborhood is quintessential Moraga. Rolling Hills, charming homes with manicured lawns, and a small neighborhood school – Los Peralas – make this a desirable neighborhood for families.

Many families in the Corliss neighborhood are members of Moraga Country Club which is just down the street. The MCC swim team is well regarded as is the tennis and golf programs. Families enjoy meeting friends in the bar and restaurant or enjoying wine in the hot tub.

Larch

The Larch neighborhood is the further Southwest adjacent to the tiny town of Canyon. A traditional neighborhood with varying styles of homes on large lots makes it very family friendly and affordable. An elementary school and Moraga’s only middle school sit in this neighborhood.

Residents in Larch enjoy the vistas and the tranquility of the neighborhood.

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Orinda

Del Rey

Coined “Baja Orinda.” the area is known for laid back and fun mix of families and retirees. Homes are typically smaller and less expensive than in areas on the other side of 24. Named for Del Rey Elementary. Highly coveted as it’s one of the only areas of Orinda that is walking distance to elementary, middle, and high schools.

Orinda Grove

A relatively new neighborhood with close proximity to downtown and a walkable distance to the BART station. A planned community with two baseball fields and a tot lot. The development embraces vertical space and density with homes ranging from 1,533 to 2,672 for single-family homes.

Orinda schools consistently rank in the top in California and all elementary’s are rated 10s.

Orinda Downs, El Toyonal, Orinda View, Overhill, Monterey Terrace, Wilder, Glorietta, Northwood, Sleepy Hollow, Claremont, Lost Valley, Charles Hills

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Lafayette

Reliez Valley

A rural country setting with large heritage oak trees. An architectural mix of homes from traditional Californian homes, Adobe, Original Farmhouses, and custom estates – almost all sitting on large lots with several as horse properties.

Homes in Reliez Valley are typically assigned to Spring Hill Elementary School and benefit from easy access to downtown Lafayette and Walnut Creek while still feeling remote and private.

Happy Valley

A lavish neighborhood with custom estates, gorgeous views, and winding roads. Homes values in Happy Valley are, on average, higher than other neighborhoods, and the range of value within the neighborhood itself is vast – occasionally under 1M and sometimes more than 10M. Private drives, large lots, and panoramic views, along with a range of architectural styles, characterize this neighborhood and why many seek a home here.

Located within a mile of Lafayette BART, this neighborhood is desired not only for it’s beauty for it’s proximity to downtown, Highway 24, and the many amenities of Lafayette and surrounding cities.

Happy Valley Elementary serves children within these boundaries.

Burton Valley

Burton Valley is the largest residential neighborhood in Lafayette. Traditional ranchers set on wide streets with children biking to and from homes, schools, and parks makes this neighborhood a desired family neighborhood where families remain for decades.

Burton Valley Elementary is the largest of the four Lafayette schools and sits conveniently in the center of the area.

Lafayette Valley Estates

Set back into Lafayette nearly toward Moraga, Lafayette Valley Estate is a quaint neighborhood with gently sloping hills and adjacent to the Lafayette/Moraga Trail, which is enjoyed by runners, cyclists, social walkers, and families out for a stroll. The homes in this neighborhood

Saranap

The Saranap neighborhood borders Walnut Creek, half with Walnut Creek addresses but with Lafayette schools. The homes are older, smaller, but sit on large lots which are perfect for additions or outdoor entertaining. The homes in Saranap typically come on the market at lower price points than the rest of Lafayette.

Baywood

Baywood is a gated community tucked between Briones State Park and Alhambra Valley. It has 223 homes and a community charm that makes buying a home here very attractive; not to mention the abundant outdoor leisure activities and easy access to downtown Lafayette.

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Reliez Valley

A rural country setting with large heritage oak trees. An architectural mix of homes from traditional Californian homes, Adobe, Original Farmhouses, and custom estates – almost all sitting on large lots with several as horse properties.

Homes in Reliez Valley are typically assigned to Spring Hill Elementary School and benefit from easy access to downtown Lafayette and Walnut Creek while still feeling remote and private.

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Happy Valley

A lavish neighborhood with custom estates, gorgeous views, and winding roads. Homes values in Happy Valley are, on average, higher than other neighborhoods, and the range of value within the neighborhood itself is vast – occasionally under 1M and sometimes more than 10M. Private drives, large lots, and panoramic views, along with a range of architectural styles, characterize this neighborhood and why many seek a home here.

Located within a mile of Lafayette BART, this neighborhood is desired not only for it’s beauty for it’s proximity to downtown, Highway 24, and the many amenities of Lafayette and surrounding cities.

Happy Valley Elementary serves children within these boundaries.

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Burton Valley

Burton Valley is the largest residential neighborhood in Lafayette. Traditional ranchers set on wide streets with children biking to and from homes, schools, and parks makes this neighborhood a desired family neighborhood where families remain for decades.

Burton Valley Elementary is the largest of the four Lafayette schools and sits conveniently in the center of the area.

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Lafayette Valley Estates

Set back into Lafayette nearly toward Moraga, Lafayette Valley Estate is a quaint neighborhood with gently sloping hills and adjacent to the Lafayette/Moraga Trail, which is enjoyed by runners, cyclists, social walkers, and families out for a stroll. The homes in this neighborhood

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Baywood

Baywood is a gated community tucked between Briones State Park and Alhambra Valley. It has 223 homes and a community charm that makes buying a home here very attractive; not to mention the abundant outdoor leisure activities and easy access to downtown Lafayette.

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Del Rey

Coined “Baja Orinda.” the area is known for laid back and fun mix of families and retirees. Homes are typically smaller and less expensive than in areas on the other side of 24. Named for Del Rey Elementary. Highly coveted as it’s one of the only areas of Orinda that is walking distance to elementary, middle, and high schools.

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