CASTRO VALLEY Real Estate

Distinguished as one of Northern California’s largest unincorporated communities, Castro Valley was originally a large collection of cattle and poultry ranches. The rural influence of the past still flavors the area, and many residents are involved in equestrian activities – from riding and showing horses to operating horse-breeding ranches. Within the heart of town, small shops dot the quiet neighborhoods, underlined by the primary business districts concentrated along Castro Valley Boulevard and Redwood Road. Many newcomers are drawn to Castro Valley for its blend of urban amenities and wonderful recreational amenities. Cull Canyon and Don Castro Regional Recreation Areas provide swimming lagoons, picnic areas, fishing and hiking or riding trails. The premier Redwood Regional Park offers 1,500 acres of redwood beauty, while Lake Chabot Regional Park invites water sports and accommodates camping.

CASTRO VALLEY - Town vs. County Stats

Avg Price in CASTRO VALLEY: $1,112,000 / County Avg $1,042,300

53%

Avg Sq. Ft. in CASTRO VALLEY: 1,850 / County Avg 1,635

57%

Avg Price per/sqft in CASTRO VALLEY:$601 / County Avg $638

94%

Avg Walkscore in CASTRO VALLEY: 39 / County Avg 60

33%

Avg Year Built in CASTRO VALLEY: 1967 / County Avg 1963

50%

Avg Days on Website in CASTRO VALLEY: 25 / County Avg 35

36%

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Areas in CASTRO VALLEY CA
Castro Valley
Neighborhoods in CASTRO VALLEY CA
Castro Valley
Palomares Canyon