The Oakland East Bay is a beautiful and diverse place to live and work!
Living in the Bay Area we are blessed with not only beautiful weather but a beautiful variety of cultures, delicious selection of cuisine, cool night life and a multitude of parks for every recreational activity you can think of in life.
The Bay Area consists of many wonderful cities, however Oakland is considered the soul of the bay area The New York Times realized how great a city Oakland is when it ranked Oakland #5 on its list of places to visit in 2012.
From food and late night entertainment in Oakland’s Chinatown and Water Front to cheap burritos from the multitude of taco trucks up and down International Blvd, Oakland has it all. Checkout blog on Oakland to find out more about real estate, food, culture and great escapes.
Home to the famed NFL franchise, Oakland Raiders, the city is a gem with its many beautiful parks and believe it not, some of the top neighborhoods in the bay area. Oakland’s greatest parks include the famedTemescal Park, nicknamed the Urban Oasis, popular for swimming and sunbathing, Joaquin Miller Park andRoberts Park are popular among hikers, equestrians and bicyclist. Nestled in the redwood groves and oak woodlands, these parks are a quick and easy escape from the hustle and bustle of the city.
When you review neighborhoods, you cannot forget some of the top neighborhoods: Montclair, Piedmont, Temescal District, Redwood Heights, Maxwell Park, Elysian Fields, Jack London Square, Oakland Hills, Ridgemont, Hiller Highlands, North Oakland and places.
The Bay Area’s Eastbay combines great living and with easy access to surrounding cites. 5 - 20 minutes from Oakland includes such cities as Castro valley, San Leandro, Berkeley, Kensington, Albany, to name a few.
Castro Valley boasts an award winning school district. Castro Valley High School, Berkeley is known for the prestige University of California, Berkeley home of the Cal Bears.
BART, is the premier mode of public transportation and has been reviewed and one the US most widely used transit system crossing over to Hayward California brings forward California State University Hayward, nestled in the hills of Hayward with , breathtaking views.
Further south we have the surrounding Tri Cities areas of Newark, Union City and Fremont dubbed Silicon Valley East Bay for its vibrant tech culture, appeal and close proximity to the US Technology hub, Silicon Valley.
Cities east of the Bay Area include Pleasanton, Dublin, Danville and San Ramon. These cities host technology companies, great schools, and a vast collection of home with incredible views of the east bay inland valleys.
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I was born in the Bay Area! It is home! Let’s go to work!