Alamo, California

Alamo is a small town located in Contra Costa County, south of Walnut Creek.

As one of the long-time residents, Dan Marengo, writes, Alamo is "the kind of place where the baseball diamonds are taken care of, you see your neighbors at the market, the oak trees are large and gnarled and the swimming pools are always crystal-clear, eighty-two and blue." Buying a home in Alamo will provide you with some of the best weather in United States and with a close proximity to three exciting metropolitan areas: Oakland, San Francisco, and San Jose.

Alamo is a wonderful place to raise your family since the town is situated far enough away from the hustle of the big cities but close enough to expose children to the culture and diversity of San Francisco Bay area. The location of the town offers an easy access to some of the major attractions of Bay Area, such as Lake Tahoe, San Francisco, wine country, and the ocean.

Alamo Schools

The city is served by the award-winning San Ramon Unified School District.

Find out more about schools in Alamo here.

Snowy Mt. Diablo overlooking Alamo, California- courtesy of Buyer's Broker Inc, specializing in Alamo California Real Estate.Alamo Real Estate

This ideal little town on the coastal range of the San Francisco Bay is a gem of a place for perspective home buyers.

In April 2008, the average home sales price for a single family home or condo in Alamo was $1,390,894. While this data is collected from the MLS and deemed reliable, it is not guaranteed.

 

Points of interest in Alamo, California:

- Las Trampas Regional Wilderness - a 5,342-acre park with great number of plant and animal species, forested hillsides and several secluded waterfalls.

- Alamo School Sports Field - a wonderful place for all active residents and visitors offering soccer and baseball fields, batting cages, and a picnic and barbecue area.
Alamo Facts:
  • Area - 20.6 sq mi 
  • Population - 15,626
  • Median income - $147,643
  • Median age of residents - 43 years old