Community Info

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Alamo Information

Bordering Danville’s northern edge, the quiet enclave of Alamo is distinguished as one of the oldest settlements in Contra Costa County. Named by Spanish settlers for the many poplar trees that grow abundantly in the valley, Alamo features beautiful custom homes, fine ranches and contemporary houses on large, hilly lots. Round Hill Country Club is
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Blackhawk Information

Blackhawk is an enclave of estates, tennis villas and townhomes. One of the unincorporated communities in Contra Costa County, Blackhawk is noted for its magnificent custom homes. Many of the exclusive properties that grace the Blackhawk community are owned by corporate executives and celebrities that include well-known authors, professional athletes, entertainers, and high-profile media personalities.
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Danville Information

The “Heart of the San Ramon Valley,” Danville offers the perfect blend of upscale amenities and small town charm. Its quaint character and convenient location just 30 miles east of San Francisco make it the perfect place to work, live, and play. With a population of approximately 42,039. Danville is known for its small-town atmosphere
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Diablo Information

The legendary Diablo Country Club that today occupies 115 acres, part of the 6,000-acre Oakwood Park Farm, was previously on a land mass parcel that encompassed 50,000 acres from Diablo and Green Valley Roads to the mountain peak, clear across to where the Blackhawk Development is today. By 1948 Diablo Country Club, the spread of
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Dublin Information

Crossroads of the Bay Area Dublin has long been known as the crossroads of the Bay Area. Dublin now sits at the crossroads of two major highways: Interstate 580 and Interstate 680. However, the significance of the crossroads dates back more than 200 years when Dublin served as the crossroads of two important stage routes
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Dublin Ranch Villages

THE VILLAS – TOWNHOMES RANGING IN SIZE FROM 1243 – 1540 SQFT. OFFERING 1-3 BEDROOMS*COMMUNITY POOL, CLUBHOUSE, AND FITNESS CENTER* THE COTTAGES – TOWNHOMES RANGING IN SIZE FROM 1320 – 2250 SQFT. OFFERING 2-4 BEDROOMS*COMMUNITY POOL AND CLUBHOUSE* THE COURTYARDS – TOWNHOMES RANGING IN SIZE FROM 1290 – 2175 SQFT. OFFERING 2-3 BEDROOMS*COMMUNITY POOL, CLUBHOUSE,
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Dublin Ranch Information

Dublin Ranch is a thoughtfully planned luxury family community built by some of the largest and most respected homebuilders in the West–Shea Homes, Standard Pacific Homes, Centex Homes, and Pulte Homes. You will find much of the property in Dublin Ranch reserved for use as open space and community recreation to include an extensive trail
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Gale Ranch l and ll

Community Links The Bridges Golf Club Blackhawk Plaza School District Chamber of Commerce Parks and Rec More links below Gale Ranch is a prestigious master-planned community built in San Ramon by Shapell Industries. Shapell in known for their architectural details, quality craftmanship and innovative designs, and set against the back drop of Mt. Diablo and
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Lafayette Information

The highly desirable residential retreat of Lafayette claims rich history dating back to the mid-1800’s with a Mexican land grant called Rancho Acalanus. Covering nearly all of present day Lafayette, Rancho Acalanus’ original homes became the first community in central Contra Costa County. Today, the city of Lafayette is proud of its status as one
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Livermore Information

Offering the epitome of California living, Livermore is known for harmonizing urban amenities with a slower pace and a more relaxed lifestyle. Surrounded by vineyards and golden hillside, the Livermore area excels in natural beauty. Less than an hour’s drive from the city of San Francisco, the community has managed to retain its rural atmosphere
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Moraga Information

Just 18 miles from San Francisco lies the small town of Moraga, a semi-rural community known for its excellent schools, rolling hills, balmy weather and serene neighborhoods. The close proximity of Highway 24 offers an easy commute to San Francisco or Oakland, and BART is also available in nearby Orinda or Lafayette. Diablo Valley Community
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Mosaic at Gale Ranch

Community Links The Bridges Golf Club Blackhawk Plaza School District Chamber of Commerce Parks and Rec More links below Silhouetted against the scenic East Bay hills, Mosaic is a picture perfect addition to the venerable Gale Ranch master-planned community. Four new enclaves weave the artistry of exemplary craftsmanship with a collage of choices. And with
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Orinda Information

The City of Orinda is a family-oriented community in a semi-rural valley on the east side of the Oakland/Berkeley hills in the San Francisco Bay Area. It offers its 17,600 residents a serene setting in contrast to the more urban existence of the surrounding area. Orinda is situated immediately east of the Caldecott Tunnel on
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Pleasant Hill Information

Characterized as a small, “old-fashioned” community, Pleasant Hill is reminiscent of yesterday’s friendly villages where shop owners recognized their customers and neighbors were quick to wave or extend a personal greeting. The caring, intimate atmosphere created by residents who call Pleasant Hill their home is one of the attractions to this well-balanced community. The local
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Pleasanton Information

Home of numerous famous landmarks like the Pleasanton Race Track and Hearst Ranch, Pleasanton claims a 260-acre fairgrounds that host the Alameda County Fair each year. In spite of massive growth in many sectors over recent years, Pleasanton has managed to preserve the small-town charm mirrored in the gateway “Pleasanton” arch and the historic Pleasanton
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San Ramon Information

San Ramon is a bustling suburban city of almost 50,000 located along I-680. Its natural beauty once made it prime grazing and ranch land, with rolling sun-splashed hills and majestic oak trees.Originally settled in the late 1800s, San Ramon, like many cities in this area, remained a sleepy bedroom community surrounded by miles of open
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Sorrento at Dublin Ranch

Community Links City of Dublin Chamber of Commerce School District Parks and Rec Library BART More links below Imagine a picturesque Italian village in the heart of the East Bay. Sorrento homes offer an unprecedented level of luxury, while the community features every possible convenience: recreation centers with swimming pools, spas and fitness centers, a
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The Bridges at Gale Ranch

Community Links City of San Ramon Chamber of Commerce The Bridges Golf Club San Ramon School District Parks and Rec Blackhawk Plaza More links below Surrounded by Mt. Diablo and the rolling hills of San Ramon is Gale Ranch’s golf course community, The Bridges. Built by Shapell Industries, The Bridges offers 6 neighborhoods ranging in
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The Tassajara Valley

Community Links City Page Blackhawk Plaza School District Chamber of Commerce Diablo Magazine More links below Welcome to the Tassajara Valley! Not long ago this area was a series of rolling hills dotted with family ranches. Blackhawk Country Club was developed on the 4600 acre Blackhawk Ranch in the 1970’s. In the 1980’s individual ranches
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Walnut Creek Information

Big City Buzz with Mountain Views Mt. Diablo, Glam restaurants, power shopping, edgy art, cool theater and symphonic music – all in a small town jewelsetting ringed by mountain views that deliver on their promise of outdoor recreational opportunities. Yes, you can have it all. And it’s all in Walnut Creek. Located in the temperate
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