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 an elegant focal point, surrounded by luxury homes with lush fairway vistas.
Newcomers will discover an exceptionally attractive village that combines a quality lifestyle with close proximity to major metropolitan amenities.
Both equestrians and outdoor enthusiasts appreciate the abundance of trails close to home. Alamo maintains over 37,000 acres of parkland that includes paths for biking, hiking, jogging and horseback riding. Local planners and residents are dedicated to maintaining the community’s small-town ambiance and tranquility, resisting efforts to incorporate. Many historically significant archaeological studies near Stone Valley Road have unearthed treasures like 6,000 year old artifacts.