Alameda County Homes & Real Estate

Welcome to your best Alameda County real estate resource. Stretched out along the eastern shore of the San Francisco Bay, Alameda is a vibrant, urban East Bay county. In turns industrial and gritty, hip and elegant, Alameda County is home to professional sports teams, science and technology, business and industry, the fourth largest seaport on the west coast — and some of the most sought-after homes in the Bay Area. For more information on Alameda County properties for sale or to schedule a home tour, contact your Bay Area real estate experts today! Read more about Alameda County real estate.

Homes For Sale in Alameda County CA

Alameda County Real Estate Statistics July 13, 2020
1369
Listed
37
Avg. DOM
$604.85
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$864,999
Med. List Price
1369 Properties
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$675,000
Subdivision: Palma Ceia
4
Beds
2
Baths
1,319
Sq.Ft.
1954
Year Built
1
Days on Site
40901493
MLS
Beautiful Commuter Home located Near Highway 880 and Tri-City. This Home has New Engineered Wood Floors Throughout. Tile Floors in Kitchen and Dinning Area. New Fence In Back Yard. Huge Back Yard For...
$510,000
Subdivision: East Oakland
3
Beds
1
Baths
1,128
Sq.Ft.
1925
Year Built
1
Days on Site
40903051
MLS
*Price Reduced For Quick Sale* Back on the market due to no fault by seller. A nice and well maintained Oakland charmer. Conveniently located between 94th Ave and Int'l Blvd. with great potential for...
$599,000
Condo: Emeryville War
1
Beds
1
Baths
1,080
Sq.Ft.
1921
Year Built
1
Days on Site
40907663
MLS
3D Virtual Tour www.1500ParkAve128.com This famous Emeryville Warehouse live/work loft, designed by renowned architect David Baker, is located in the heart of Emeryville. This spacious loft...
$798,000
Subdivision: Central Hayward
4
Beds
2
Baths
1,735
Sq.Ft.
1951
Year Built
1
Days on Site
40910218
MLS
Beautifully Remodeled Single Family Home with Open Floor Plan. Home is in a Great Family oriented neighborhood close to BART and Shopping. Sitting on an Extra Large Lot that can be used to expand...
2
Beds
1
Baths
780
Sq.Ft.
1943
Year Built
1
Days on Site
52239180
MLS
Large 12,060 square foot lot. This property has enormous upside potential! Possible to build additional properties. The existing house is 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom with a large storage room on the side....
$625,000
Condo: Parkwoods
2
Beds
2
Baths
1,119
Sq.Ft.
1995
Year Built
1
Days on Site
40911518
MLS
Minutes from Rockridge & Montclair Village, Parkwoods is a quiet gated community near the 13 & 24 freeways & the Caldecott Tunnel. Easy access to the 580, 880, 80 and AC Transit Express to SF's...
$749,950
Subdivision: San Lorenzo Vilg
3
Beds
2
Baths
1,317
Sq.Ft.
1957
Year Built
1
Days on Site
40912138
MLS
WELCOME HOME! Pride of Ownership! This beautifully remodeled village home, in one of the most desirable areas of San Lorenzo, has so much to offer. Amenities include; Tile entry, Natural sun filled...
$649,000
Subdivision: Springtown
2
Beds
2
Baths
1,280
Sq.Ft.
1963
Year Built
1
Days on Site
40912139
MLS
Adorable Livermore single family home is ready for you to call it home! 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and 2-car garage. Open concept floor plan with large living room and dining rooms. Freshly painted...
$545,000
Subdivision: Alameda
3
Beds
2
Baths
1,177
Sq.Ft.
2002
Year Built
1
Days on Site
40912142
MLS
Beautiful Castlemont community home! Neighbors love this community for its friendliness, diversity, parks and it's urban-suburban mix feel. This bright and cozy home boasts pride of ownership and is...
$449,000
Condo: Adeline Place
1
Beds
1
Baths
566
Sq.Ft.
2009
Year Built
1
Days on Site
40911334
MLS
3D Virtual Tour www.3801SanPablo405.com Adeline Place is a highly-sought condo complex centrally located in Emeryville. This luxurious top floor 1 bedroom 1 bathroom unit has an unobstructed view of...
$1,250,000
Subdivision: Crestmont
3
Beds
3
Baths
2,284
Sq.Ft.
1961
Year Built
1
Days on Site
40911905
MLS
Spectacular move in ready home with Jaw-dropping panoramic views of the SF bay & bridges. Snuggle up in the breakfast nook & gaze through the expansive windows to watch the blanket of morning fog...
$799,000
Subdivision: Northside
4
Beds
3
Baths
1,582
Sq.Ft.
1955
Year Built
1
Days on Site
40910875
MLS
LOTS OF NEW - JUST MOVE RIGHT IN! 4 bed/ 3 bath single level home with 2 en suite bedrooms - perfect for SIP co-living or home office. Beautifully remodeled with hardwood floors throughout. Spacious...

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Alameda County Real Estate Market

Alameda County has diverse geography. To the east are rolling hills and pleasant valleys that boast a pleasant Mediterranean climate, ranch lands, and award-winning wineries. East Alameda cities include Pleasanton, which has the status of being one of the wealthiest mid-sized cities in the United States; the small and rural Sunol; family-friendly Dublin; and Alameda's easternmost city, Livermore.

Just across the Bay from San Francisco, northern Alameda County is a mix of industry and academia, coastal plains and rugged hills that offer some of the most glamorous real estate in the East Bay. Traditional East Bay architecture and a prestigious university are the pride of Berkeley. The hills above Oakland offer exclusive, architecturally-distinguished neighborhoods, including a small tract of well-preserved Eichler homes, while affluent Piedmont couples urban sophistication with suburban sensibility. Further west, the shoreside communities of Alameda, Emeryville, and Albany are perfectly situated for a quick commute into San Francisco.

It is in central Alameda County, during the post-war building boom, that mid-century suburbia gained an East Bay foothold. The Greenridge Eichler development in Castro Valley is a little slice of mid-century heaven for Eichler devotees, while San Leandro, San Lorenzo, Cherryland, and Ashland offer up typical ranch-style tract housing with the occasional Victorian or Craftsman mixed in as a reminder of bygone days.

Miles of shoreline, flat terrain, lots of industry, and relatively affordable housing characterize southwestern Alameda County. Fremont, Newark, and Union City are perfectly positioned for commuting to nearby Silicon Valley; while centrally located Hayward has easy access to all points north, south, east, and west.

Alameda County offers some of the most interesting and gracious real estate in the Bay Area. Whether you are looking for a home in the First Bay Tradition of Julia Morgan and Bernard Maybeck, a mid-century Eichler, or a contemporary condo or loft, take a look at what Alameda County has to offer.

Alameda County Real Estate Agents

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