The San Francisco Bay Area

Unlimited Experiences Await You!

 

The Bay Area offers such a wide diversity of things to do, you might never leave here once you arrive.

Outdoors – enjoy hiking in Muir Woods, biking any number of trails throughout the Bay Area, including across the Golden Gate Bridge.

There is the annual Berkeley Kite Festival, the Big Boat (sailing) Series, and charming bed & breakfast get-aways.

Cultural – the Opera, Symphony, song-and-dance reviews, plays, nightlife bars and restaurants, museums, and plenty of art galeries.

Beaches – there are plenty of them in San Francisco and along the Pacific Coast Highway.

Where can you get to if you want no more than a 3-hour drive? How about Napa for wine tasting, Monterey to visit the world renown acquarium, the redwood forrests, Yosemite National Park . . . this list goes on forever.

Options For Living Outside San Francisco

ALAMEDA COUNTY:  The weather is warmer than in San Francisco, and the housing prices are lower; access to beachfront properties.

CONTRA COSTA COUNTY:  Offers a diversity of neighborhoods, warm weather, great schools, vibrant shopping, lots of outdoor biking and hking.

MARIN COUNTY:
 Slower pace, Golden Gate Bridge separates Marin cities from San Francisco; offers upscale communities, and beaches. 

SAN FRANCISCO COUNTY:  City living, micro climates, diversity in neighborhoods, lots of culture.

Alameda County

Alameda * Berkeley * Dublin * Fremont * Hayward * Livermore (Tri-Valley) * Oakland * Pleasanton

Contra Costa County

Alamo * Concord * Danville * Lafayette * Moraga * Orinda * Pleasant Hill * San Ramon * Walnut Creek

Marin County

Corte Madera * Greenbrae * Kentfield * Larkspur * Mill Valley * Novato * San Rafael * Sausalito * San Anselmo

San Francisco County

Hayes Valley * Marina * Mission * Nob Hill * Noe Valley * North Beach * Pacific Heights * Potrero Hill * SOMA