A short description of what it’s like to live in various cities around the Bay Area. Today I’m looking at the city of El Cerrito (94530)
El Cerrito is full of surprises. At first blush it may seem like just another San Francisco bedroom community, but dig deeper. This town takes innovations and infrastructure seriously.
Have a look at the newly refurbished roads, community center, swimming pool, and high school. The middle school was moved from an earthquake sensitive area and is being rebuilt at a new location.
Add to that, El Cerrito is committed to quality of life issues like the neighborhood theater, thriving live performance venues, the vibrant visual art and music scene, and enlightened recycling policies. Every year there is a city-wide garage sale, and the Fourth of July One World festival is a treat filled with fun for kids and adults alike. Music lovers look forward to the El Cerrito Folk Festival, another free, annual event.
This is a city to take pride in. If you like easy access to BART, great shopping malls that appeal to our Pacific Rim culture as well as the traditional Starbucks, Ross, Boarders, and Pier One shopping opportunities, and lots of amenities for young and old, you’ll love life in El Cerrito.
Homes range from bungalows, to mid-century moderns, to architectural beauties and quirky. personality homes. View homes abound, and great walk score homes occupy the flats.
If you’re looking to buy or sell an East Bay home, I can help you on both sides of the table. If you’re wanting to move to another area, I can refer you to a trustworthy Coldwell Banker agent wherever you go. Coldwell Banker is an international real estate company.
So call me. I’m easy to get a hold of. As so many of us do, I carry my office with me wherever I go, so phone 510-527-0174. and you’ll probably reach me. I’m never too busy to take care of you– or your rmeferrals–and I’ll make sure you’re glad you called.
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