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See the newest Hercules homes for sale and Contra Costa County real estate below. Hercules CA is an East Bay city situated along the I-80 corridor between Rodeo and Pinole. Ideally located on the San Pablo Bay, only twenty-five miles from the Bay Bridge, Hercules is perfectly positioned for commuting to San Francisco and other Bay Area cities. For additional information on Hercules properties for sale or to schedule a home showing, contact your Bay Area real estate professionals today! Read more about Hercules real estate.

Homes For Sale in Hercules CA

Hercules Real Estate Statistics January 20, 2021
4
Listed
20
Avg. DOM
$383.16
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$487,500
Med. List Price
4 Properties
$395,000
Subdivision: Foxboro Down
2
Beds
2
Baths
954
Sq.Ft.
1987
Year Built
2
Days on Site
40934705
MLS
ONE OF THE BEST LOCATION IN COMPLEX-OVERLOOKING THE GREENBELT LUSH LANDSCAPING. END UNIT LOWER LEVEL. SPACIOUS MASTER SUITE WITH AMAZING VIEW. DOUBLE ENTRY DOORS INTO SECONDARY BEDROOM. 2 FULL...
$1,045,000
Subdivision: Victoria By The Bay
6
Beds
4
Baths
3,634
Sq.Ft.
2004
Year Built
7
Days on Site
40934253
MLS
This hard to find 6 BD, 4 BA "Island in the Suburb" is in the desirable Victoria by the Bay community. Being offered by original owners. Includes nearly $200K in upgrades through builder, including...
$495,000
Condo: Country Run
3
Beds
2F11/2
Baths
1,434
Sq.Ft.
1979
Year Built
9
Days on Site
40933968
MLS
No description available...
$480,000
Subdivision: Forest Park
2
Beds
2
Baths
988
Sq.Ft.
1990
Year Built
66
Days on Site
40929511
MLS
Very Nice Upper Unit with Vaulted Ceilings, hardwood Floor , New quartz fireplace with custom mantle, Mirror Closet Doors , Large Master Suite , Bathrooms have ceramic Tile.

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Hercules Real Estate Market

If you're looking for a laid-back vibe that still isn't too far off the beaten track when it comes to a desirable place to live in the East Bay, the small city of Hercules, California might be a good place to begin your new home search. Positioned right alongside the San Pablo Bay coastline, Hercules sits roughly 30 minutes from Richmond and only 10 miles north of Berkeley. Among other things, the city's waterfront certainly has an appealing quality to it in the eyes of most home buyers considering a move here from out of town, and all the new residential development on and around Railroad Avenue also makes it an appealing option for anyone who might be looking for a newer, more contemporary living space. Recent population statistics have about 25,000 people currently living in Hercules, but with plenty of new development and community amenities re-shaping the city as we know it, look for more and more people to be on the move to this part of Contra Costa County sooner rather than later.

The Hercules real estate market is broad, offering potential home buyers everything from attached condos and townhouse residences to single-family homes in just about every price range you'll commonly find in the East Bay. Early subdivisions developed in Hercules started to be built out back in the mid-1970's, and you'll find plenty of traditional two-level houses that date back to around that time, as well as from the 80's and 90's too. Along with a diverse mix of established single-family homes, home buyers shouldn't have much trouble finding newer construction in Hercules, or even an opportunity or two to build your dream home from the ground up. For first-time buyers or maybe even someone looking to downsize, condos for sale in Hercules are quite affordable, starting at just over $300,000. Additionally, entry-level single-family homes often start for under $500,000, further demonstrating the affordability seen through this wonderful Contra Costa community.

Hercules Community Amenities

Hercules is a city in the making; family-friendly with affordable homes, a pleasant climate, and a wide range of community activities for residents of all ages. The ultimate goal of city planners is to develop Hercules CA into a transit-oriented city of mixed-use neighborhoods. Bayfront development will eventually include a transit station that functions as a terminal for ferry, train, and bus services for residents of Hercules and the surrounding communities.

Although there is a small amount of light and high-tech industry in Hercules, it is primarily a residential city. The first subdivisions were built in 1975 and subsequent growth has been thoughtful. The waterfront area is an example of a design principal called New Urbanism, which offers modern living with a wide range of housing choices and urban convenience. Homes are varied in style and built with traditional architecture in mind; garages are out of sight, and vertical mixed-use units combine office space below and living quarters upstairs. The neighborhood is pedestrian friendly with shops, restaurants, businesses, and public transportation within walking distance.

Hercules School Information

  • Hercules Middle/High School - 1900 Refugio Valley Rd, Hercules, CA
  • Hanna Ranch Elementary School - 2480 Refugio Valley Rd, Hercules, CA
  • Ohlone Elementary School - 201 Turquoise Dr, Hercules, CA
  • Lupine Hills Elementary School - 1919 Lupine Rd, Hercules, CA

Hercules Real Estate Agents

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