If you’re looking for the perfect place to call home in the Bay Area, you may feel overwhelmed by the abundance of options. Mountain View, Saratoga, Los Gatos, San Jose, Sunnyvale, Cupertino, Los Altos, Menlo Park, Palo Alto… How do you narrow your options? You need to learn all you can about the pockets and enclaves in this amazing region of California. If you are looking for a family friendly area with charming homes that are priced reasonably, take a closer look at South Palo Alto real estate listings.
Top Reasons to Live in South Palo Alto
Whatever your family status, never underestimate the importance of quality public schools when researching real estate. Well-regarded public schools keep property values high and attract quality neighbors to an area. South Palo Alto is renowned for its excellent schools. Buyers are willing to pay top dollar to purchase a home in the desirable Palo Alto school district. A huge benefit of South Palo Alto is that you can purchase an in-district home here for hundreds of thousands of dollars less than a similar home in a nearby neighborhoods.
In addition to quality schools and affordable homes on wide, tree-lined streets, much of South Palo Alto real estate was designed by renowned 1950s architect Joseph Eichler. Newer homes are also available in South Palo Alto built to mirror Eichler’s renown California Modern style, which gives the community a cohesive look. Most Eichler and Eichleresque homes have:
- Modern, one-story designs
- Open floor plans
- Huge windows
- Energy-efficient radiant heat
- Wooden exteriors
- Flat roofs
- Exposed beams
Seamless indoor and outdoor living areas invite residents to go outside and enjoy Northern California’s mild, year-round climate. These neighborhoods boast block parties, barbeques, parades, and children playing. If that friendly, family vibe appeals to you, you’ll love living in South Palo Alto.
South Palo Alto comprises several subdivisions, but the two largest and best known are Fairmeadow and Greenmeadow. Fairmeadow, also known as “The Circles,” features loopy streets that serve to slow traffic for safer walks to nearby Fairmeadow Elementary. Similarly family-friendly Greenmeadow has been built around an amazing 3-acre community center with a park, pool, and basketball court. Both areas feature active community associations in charge of planning events year-round.
Investing in South Palo Alto
South Palo Alto, like all of the Palo Alto neighborhoods is a sound long-term investment. If you need advice on South Palo Alto real estate for a recent investment purchase, look to Silicon Valley Property Management Group. We specialize in professional property management in Palo Alto and the surrounding communities. Since we specialize in this lucrative area, we are equipped to offer invaluable investing and leasing advise and services. The principals at SVPMG include a Real Estate Attorney to give vital counsel concerning the most recent landlord-tenant laws and a real estate developer with property management experience in both commercial and residential real estate for over 30 years.
Whether you’re interested in investing in or moving in to South Palo Alto, you’ll need a knowledgeable, professional Palo Alto real estate agent to show you the best properties. Identifying your ideal neighborhood is only the first step in selecting the right home investment. Don’t make these important decisions alone. The professionals at Silicon Valley Management Group are here to help!
If you are in need of a property manager for your Palo Alto income property, or if you’re considering purchasing income property in Palo Alto, please consider Silicon Valley Property Management Group. Please read about the unique advantage we bring our Palo Alto property management clients. With a real estate agent, a real estate attorney and a real estate developer on staff, we are also uniquely qualified to assist with your real estate search and purchase needs anywhere in the Silicon Valley (see our staff page for our qualifications).
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