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San Leandro Real Estate

Are you looking for a community that is both quiet and away from the big city grind yet near enough to the urban setting so you can still get the culture you need? Then maybe San Leandro Real Estate is what you are looking for. Bordering cities include Oakland to the north, San Lorenzo to the south and Castro Valley to the east. San Leandro was discovered in 1772 and became a city exactly 100 years and a day later. San Leandro was the county seat of Alameda County until an earthquake destroyed the county courthouse in 1868. After that Oakland became the county seat due largely to the fact that it would be the terminus for the transcontinental railroad in 1869. Don't forget to check out these other fine Bay Area Cities. San Lorenzo Real Estate, Union City Real Estate, Oakland Real Estate, Alameda Real Estate.

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Agriculture used to be one of San Leandro main industries up until the early 1900s. One tradition that still harkens back to this time is the yearly Cherry Festival that celebrates the cities former chief crop. Almost all of the Bay Area was cultivated land before developers moved in to build housing. Most of San Leandro’s housing was built during WWII and up into the 1960s until all the land had been used up. There was quite a bit of heavy industry along the rail line that came up from Alameda to Davis Street. Much of that industry has been replaced with services and warehousing industries and the Bay Area Real Estate market has continued to grow since. Companies like Coca Cola, Kraft/General Foods, Ghiradelli Chocolate Co. and Otis Spunkmeyer Cookies have located themselves in this fair city.

Interstates 880 and 580 as well as highway 238 serve San Leandro as well as the Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) train system that operates two stations in the city. Access to the Bay area’s three major airports is a snap. Oakland International Airport is only 5 minutes to the north, San Jose International is 30 miles to the south and San Francisco International is 20 miles to the west.

San Leandro also has a full service marina that has 455 berths, two yacht clubs and two golf courses. Many locals head east towards the East Bay hills and enjoy some recreation at Lake Chabot and other East Bay Regional Parks facilities.

San Leandro is the city that removes you from the daily grind yet allows you to enjoy the closeness of the big cities. Contact us today to help with your real estate transactions or talk about your plans.

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