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Located on one of the most coveted streets in Alamo's favorite neighborhood, this 4 bedroom/3 bath 3056 square foot home is the quintessential Westside Rancher. Custom designed and built for the original owners in 1969, the home offers wonderful entertaining areas, extra large scale secondary bedrooms, and an ideal floor plan. For those who may be interested, there is plenty of room to expand. The lot and setting are nothing short of spectacular. It is approximately one-half acre, substantially flat, bordered by a bucolic seasonal creek in the rear, and flanked by two absolutely GORGEOUS "modern farmhouse" re-builds. Still owned by the original family, the home is on the market for the first time. The lot was selected for its spectacular and uncompromised Las Trampas views and its majestic oaks in the backyard along the creek. So beautiful, this portion of Alamo was routinely referred to as God's Country during its development in the '60's.
The lot borders Danville and its vibrant downtown. The Iron Horse trail is a few blocks away if pavement is the choice; Las Trampas trailheads are equally close if dirt underfoot or underwheel are preferred. The schools in the catchment area are among the most desired in the San Ramon Valley Unified School District. The District itself is considered one of the finest in the State.
Located approximately 20 miles east of Oakland via California Highway 24, Alamo provides residents with a serene, tranquil environment. Alamo is nestled within the Northern California countryside and the large custom homes on half-acre lots further enhance the peaceful serenity of this unincorporated area of Contra Costa County. Despite its relatively remote location, public transportation is still an option for Alamo residents.The Walnut Creek BART Route 21 will connect you to the Walnut Creek station. From there, you can ride to Downtown Oakland or the Civic Center in San Francisco in approximately 60 and 90 minutes, respectively. Alamo is incredibly kid-friendly and has plenty of outdoor activities available. You can often see kids riding their horses along the sandy streets of the outdoor neighborhoods. The area also features plenty of great public parks such as Andrew H. Young Park, Hap Magee Ranch Park, Livorna Park, and Rancho Romero School Sports Field and Park. Each of these provide a variety of different amenities such as sports fields and courts, dog parks, and playgrounds.The 33-mile multi-use Iron Horse Regional Trail connects Concord and Dublin, but passes directly through downtown Alamo and is ideal for horseback riding, jogging, or taking a brisk stroll any time of day. Downtown Alamo is anchored by the Alamo Hay & Grain store, which sports a fiberglass statue of a life-sized Palomino on its roof. The downtown area also features a variety of great stores and service shops. Safeway is a popular grocery store in the East Bay and the nearby Rite Aid can handle all of your over-the-counter and prescription medication needs. The Alamo Plaza Shopping Center also houses a United States Postal Office, an Orangetheory Fitness, a Wells Fargo Bank, and so much more! Alamo residents can take care of the vast majority of their errands in one convenient shopping trip. Alamo provides plenty of options for every meal of the day. Popular morning hangouts include the Alamo Cafe, Cherubini Coffee House, and Bagel Street Cafe; each of these restaurants provide delicious coffee, food and excellent service. If you’re looking for a lunch, dinner, or date night option, consider stopping by one of these spots: Xenia Bistro & Steakhouse: Enjoy the best of American and Italian fusion cuisine in this unique restaurant. The Peasant’s Courtyard: Featuring a variety of American and European-style sandwiches, salads and more plus outdoor seating) this is a popular spot to hang out after work. Ha-La Sushi: Whether it’s their amazing Shrimp Tempura, flavorful Chicken Teriyaki, or their signature sushi rolls, there is always something to enjoy here.