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San Leandro

San Leandro is one of the oldest cities in the Bay Area with its history dating back over 5,000 years. Today, San Leandro is a thriving community in the center of the East Bay. With mild temperatures year round, a reinvigorated downtown, and growing list of corporations, San Leandro is becoming increasingly desirable place to call home. This large suburban town is located on the eastern shore of San Francisco Bay, between Oakland to the northwest and Hayward to the southeast. With a vibrant community of more than 89,000 residents, San Leandro is proud of its well-maintained neighborhoods, excellent public libraries, twenty-one public parks, quality local schools, and a wide range of shopping, dining, and entertainment options. The City also encompasses a large industrial area that is home to a thriving advanced manufacturing industry. Discovered in 1772 by a Spanish explorer, San Leandro became famous during the late 1800s and early 1900s for its delicious cherries. In 1909, to celebrate the abundant cherry harvest, San Leandro held its first Cherry Festival. The event was so successful it is a continued celebration today, becoming an annual event each year in June. San Leandro is also well-known for its quiet, well-defined neighborhoods full of charming and unique older houses on tree-lined streets where residents are proud of both their neighborhoods and their City. This is reflected by their active involvement in the City’s numerous neighborhood and homeowner’s associations. The ideal climate makes San Leandro an excellent place for outdoor recreation. San Leandro boasts of its 450-berth Marina and two golf courses, and with an average temperature of 62 degrees and average rainfall of 19 inches per year, outdoor activity is possible all year.

Numbers
$673,000
Median Sale Price
32,419
Homes
84,950
Population
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