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Although Alamo, CA is a small, unincorporated community in Contra Costa County, it’s still widely considered a premier East Bay suburb to call home. Located about 28 miles east of San Francisco, Alamo definitely has the make-up of a thriving small town, especially as you drive down Danville Boulevard, which acts as the the town’s main drag and has plenty of shopping, dining, and various other common amenities you’d expect from small bedroom community. In fact, situated right near the Danville Boulevard and Stone Valley Road intersection is a Peet’s Coffee, a Starbucks, and the Cherubini Coffee House, so there’s certainly no shortage of local spots to get your daily coffee fix on the way to work every day. But along with its high volume of coffee houses and cafes, Alamo is also wedged in between Diablo Foothills Regional Park and Las Trampas Regional Wilderness, so you’ll also enjoy lots of outdoor recreational amenities nearby as well once moving to this particular part of East Bay as well.
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As a highly-desirable place to live in Contra Costa County, homes for sale in Alamo are impressive, with many offering sweeping views of the stunning natural landscape, or of the exclusive Round Hill Country Club, which has some pretty impressive grounds of its own. Most of what you’ll find in terms of housing in Alamo consists of stately single-family homes, although a few townhouse and condo communities are also scattered in between as well. And with homes in Alamo seemingly always in demand, home values throughout the area tend to remain high, only further boosting its appeal among anyone looking to make the move to Contra Costa County. Look for the majority of homes for sale in Alamo to start somewhere around $3 million, with some of the most expensive houses on the market reaching or exceeding $10 million, or sometimes even $20 million.