You have a budget that will allow you to show in several neighborhoods in Pleasanton.
When we moved here 10 years ago my husband worked in San Jose. So we knew we wanted to be fairly close to the 680 with easy access. Big reason we chose Pleasanton over Danville.
I would first consider a few things:
1: Where are you going to work?
2: Do you have children who will still be in school . Different schools have different options although they are all very nice.
3: Do you want to be in a neighborhood that has small children,
4: Do you want a community pool we have several neighborhoods with a pool.
I have children and wanted a 3 car garage. We chose the Ponderosa neighborhood. Easy access to 680 and 580.
Some areas are known for having issues.
Areas you should take a look at:
Birdland - Central Pleasanton. Lots of children walking distance to elementary middle and high school. Also you can walk very easily to sports park where almost all of Pleasanton is at on the weekends.
Vintage Hills very nice -
Pleasanton Hills very .
You really need to get out and see Pleasanton.
Go look at neighborhoods at different times of day.
1) go in the evening
2) if there is a school in the neighborhood visit the area when school gets out. '
We lived by Lydickson for a while and the traffic was crazy.
I personally really like the above mentioned areas.
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When starting your search for a new home, start by getting to know the are you want to call home. Visit the parks, schools, shops, and neighborhoods.
We have a complete list of the Pleasanton schools with SARC reports that show rankings for each.
We also have a free advanced search on our website that allows you to break down your search for homes within a specific age range, school area, neighborhood, REO (foreclosure) and even Shortsales!
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Congratulations on your decision to move to Pleasanton!
Recommending a neighborhood based solely on price would not be doing you a service, as I have no idea as to what your needs are and there are a lot of variables to consider. All of the neighborhoods in the price range that you indicated are great neighborhoods, but may not be suitable for you depending on what is important to you. I would love the opportunity to discuss in detail exactly what is is you are looking for and help you find the perfect home in the perfect neighborhood..
Feel free to search for homes and additional information on my website "PleasantonRealEstate.com". I would be more than happy to assist you with any questions you might have or in showing you any homes that might interest you.
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You've picked an excellent place to live. Pleasanton has great schools, lots of parks, a wonderful downtown, and two BART stations. The city is located about 40 minutes from San Francisco (easily reachable by BART) and Silicon Valley.
Pleasanton boasts over 500 acres of parks, including the largest active sports park in northern California. Other amenities include the Aquatic Center, a large public swimming complex located in Amador Valley Community Park; Shadow Cliffs, a regional park with boating, swimming, and fishing facilities; the Tennis Park at the intersection of Valley and Hopyard; miles of trails along Pleasanton Ridge; and a skateboard park. Pleasanton is also home to the Alameda County Fairgrounds which hosts statewide and regional events, as well as the annual Alameda County Fair.
Educational standards are high, with state test scores close to 900 for most schools.
There are many great neighborhoods that would work for you. There are 14 homes for sale in Pleasanton priced between $800,000 and $900,000. Please contact me for more information, and to see any of them. I'd love to meet you and show you around my hometown.
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Shoot me a email and I will send you a list of properties owned by a Bank and properties that are Short Sales. If you aren't sure what a Short Sale is vs a Bank owned property, browse http://www.ExitForeclosure.com. All the information is consumer focused and up to date.
One more thing, are you set on Pleasanton? Danville is also a wonderful community with a lot of opportunity to buy a great house at 2001 price level's. Just a thought. Both towns will see strong appreciation when the housing market recovers because of the lifestyle, location and excellent schools. Both are ranked as Top School districts so you can't go wrong in my humble opinion.
Great time to be a upper end buyer!
Tracy Parker- 925-389-0645
Prudential California Realty
If you have any finance questions I would be happy to help there as well!
Have a great weekend!
I just checked in the price range of $700-900K and there are 41 listings in Pleasanton at this time. If you are concentrating on the zip code 94588, then there are 14 listings in that range.
Are you working with a realtor yet? Have you been pre-approved by a loan agent?
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Another great option is Laguna Oaks. This is a fabulous neighborhood in Pleasanton. If you are looking for modern luxury home for sale then Laguna Oaks is the place to look. This neighborhood was built in the late 1990â€™s. Davidon Homes built these homes that range in size from 3400 â€“ 4000 sq ft of living space.
My last recomendation is Vintage Hill II . This is a beautiful neighborhood in Pleasanton. If you are looking for a luxury home for sale in Pleasanton then Vintage Hills II is an excellent place to look. Vintage Hills II is large modern homes up above the original Vintage Hills built in the early 1970â€™s.
Have any other questions feel free to contact me at anytime.