Dublin Homes for Sale
Real Estate in Dublin California
Located in the beautiful Amador Valley is the suburban community of Dublin. Being part of the Tri-Valley Region, it is nestled within 35 miles of San Francisco, Oakland and San Jose. Dublin has a population of 63,000 and is known as being a historic farming community but now as it sprawls out over 14 square miles of rolling hills and scenic flatlands, it is known for its high quality of life. Offering year-round community events and fun for the family, and ample employment opportunities, this is a beautiful place to call home. Additionally, there are breath-taking views of Mount Diablo, Donlon Point and Dublin Hills Open Space, making this a gorgeous spot to settle down. Read on below the listings to learn more about Dublin California.
Read on below the listings to learn more about Dublin California.
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Relocating to Dublin
"Dublin is close to many things. The city of Dublin is pretty diverse. We have gorgeous parks, plenty of nice restaurants in the West & East side, We have Regal theater, Malls & SF Outlet nearby, Grocery Stores galore including Asian Markets, Sprouts& Whole food. We have great schools and wonderful teachers. Dublin Pride is huge here! St. Patrick's day is celebrated here with parades. We also have Splatters music festivities during the summer annually, Farmers Market every Thursdays. We have nice supporting neighbors and We have Police department who keeps our neighborhood safe." - Niche.com
While there are many large cities nearby for a competitive salary, the cost of living in Dublin is on the higher side, with a median home value of $882,200 compared to the national average of $217,500. Most residents are families and young professionals and two-thirds of these own their homes.
Highly Rated Schools
Despite the higher cost of living, there are many perks in Dublin including fantastically rated public schools in The Dublin Unified School District. Receiving an A+ for the quality of education and an A for diversity, the district serves nearly 13,000 students. There are seven elementary schools, one K-8 school, two middle schools, two high schools and one more high school being constructed.
Community Activities for the Whole Family
Dublin has a host of community activities and events for all ages. There are indoor and outdoor pools, splash pads and slides to keep families busy in the summer; facility rentals to host weddings, parties, or other events; a senior center for community connection; 21 parks and sports facilities, play areas, trails, and ample open spaces for four-legged friends.
In addition to the community events, Dublin is known for holiday fun during each season. Throughout the summer, beginning in April and running through September, there are Farmer’s Markets. The month of October brings the Harvest Fair, which includes old-fashioned fall fun and activities, a petting zoo, pumpkin ring toss, wagon rides, hay bale mazes, pumpkin golf, gold panning and more. December events include an Annual Holiday Tree Lighting Ceremony, then the Radiance Ballet and City of Dublin come together to present the children’s story, “The Snow Queen” and “Handel’s Messiah Ballet”. Breakfast with Santa is another Christmas favorite, bringing the holiday season to a close.
Whether you’re looking for a place to settle down and start a family or you’re a young professional looking for a wide variety of employment opportunities, you will certainly find what you’re looking for in this active and engaging California community.
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