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In 1903 San Francisco residents trekked South on the train to relax in the country, otherwise known as Burlingame. While local residents enjoyed the flatlands and surrounding areas, the wealthy inhabited the hills of Hillsborough where country estates were built for warm weather enjoyment.
San Francisco is historic and has been the desire of many to make their home. The fog (named as Karl), the eclectic neighborhoods and the small/big city vibe are just a few of the characteristic's homeowners seek.
San Mateo Park is one of the most coveted areas in the San Francisco Peninsula.
Fun Fact: The Park was designed by the famed landscape architect that designed Golden Gate Park in San Francisco.
As the towns South of San Francisco developed, the hill town of Belmont and the train stop of San Carlos defined these neighborly communities. Today, families enjoy the warmer weather, the walkable areas and the peaceful surroundings.
Foster City was created in the 1960's to meet the growing population of the Peninsula. Built and engineered on marsh land and land fill, Foster City has become a uniquely defined community surrounded by waterways.
Menlo Park and Palo Alto were created around the university that anchors the communities, Stanford University (named for Leland Stanford). Today community members are proud of their town's intellectual heritage and strong sense of community.
The North Bay is defined by those communities North of the Golden Gate Bridge. Marin, Napa and Sonoma counties enjoy communities that were once defined as 'country' traveling over the Gravenstein Highway (Interstate 101) - named for the plentiful apple orchards dabbled along the roadsides.
Redwood City is the heart of San Mateo County and the County seat for our court system. Defined as an eclectic city of community members, Redwood City is a desired community to seek every facet that a town can offer.
People would recognize South San Francisco as the Industrial City - a name emblazoned on the side of San Bruno Mountain. South San Francisco, commonly known as South City, is a community of engineers, public service workers and employees who are the backbone of the Bay Area.
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