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February 14, 2017

Orinda

February 14, 2017

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