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.
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 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.
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
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.