San Mateo Homes for Sale
Real Estate in San Mateo California
Almost exactly in the middle between San Francisco and San Jose, you’ll find San Mateo. Known for its rich history, highly rated public schools, and a high quality of living, San Mateo is popular with many young professionals and young families in the Bay Area. The San Francisco suburb has a population of about 104,000 and boasts excellent ethnic diversity. Restaurants, coffee shops, and parks are plentiful, making San Mateo a comfortable place to live with all the best of urban and suburban settings.
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Things To Do in San Mateo
San Mateo is an excellent place to live if you enjoy getting outside and enjoying nature. Seal Point Park offers beautiful biking trails with views of the San Francisco Bay, the San Mateo Japanese Garden provides a tranquil place to take a walk or enjoy the peaceful aesthetic, and Coyote Park Recreation Area offers walking and biking areas as well as a skate park. There are also historic sites, like the Junipero Serra statue where visitors can admire and learn about California history. Curiodyssey is a popular museum and wildlife center for young families. You can also expect restaurants and coffee shops for every person’s taste.
San Mateo Schools
The public schools in San Mateo are culturally and ethnically diverse, with total minority enrollment well above 80% in most schools. There are 23 school districts in San Mateo, so it will be helpful to connect with a knowledgeable real estate agent to determine which district would best serve your family’s needs. There are also many private schools in San Mateo, offering a variety of amenities, programs, and curriculum styles. If you’re looking for a private catholic school, there are many. You’ll also find a handful of Montessori Academies, schools with a focus on special education, STEAM-focused schools, and schools for gifted and advanced students.
San Mateo Real Estate
A typical family home in San Mateo is sold for about $1,500,000. Luxury homes in exclusive neighborhoods are available, as well as more urban, downtown homes and condos. Baywood-Aragon is a popular neighborhood near downtown San Mateo, where residents enjoy lower crime rates, higher home values, and walkability or a short drive to many amenities.
In Beresford, residents have close access to a private golf course and upscale shopping center, as well as a brief drive to the San Francisco Bay. Another popular San Mateo neighborhood is Sugarloaf, where residents can enjoy fishing in the nearby Lower Crystal Springs Reservoir or taking their canine friends to Cipriani Dog Park. With such economic and cultural diversity, there’s sure to be a neighborhood for everyone in San Mateo. Contact us below for more information on all homes for sale in San Mateo.