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Browse today's new Rodeo homes for sale and real estate in Contra Costa County below! Rodeo, California is a small East Bay town located on the shores of the San Pablo Bay, just north of Hercules. Only minutes away from Interstate 80 and Highway 4, the drive from Rodeo to other Bay Area locations, including Berkeley, Oakland, and Concord, as well as Marin County and San Francisco, is straightforward and simple. To learn more about Rodeo properties for sale or to set up a private home tour, contact your Bay Area real estate experts today. Read more about Rodeo real estate.

Homes For Sale in Rodeo CA

Rodeo Real Estate Statistics October 23, 2021
3
Listed
34
Avg. DOM
$488.64
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$674,999
Med. List Price
3 Properties
$674,999
Subdivision: Viewpointe
4
Beds
2
Baths
1,304
Sq.Ft.
1974
Year Built
17
Days on Site
40970159
MLS
Beautiful 4BR/2BA single story ranch style home in highly sought out Viewpointe neighborhood on HUGE LOT! Quiet & friendly neighborhood. Well maintained, well kept with love. Updated kitchen with...
Open 10/30
968 Seascape Cir Rodeo, CA 94572
$675,000
Subdivision: Viewpointe
4
Beds
2
Baths
1,304
Sq.Ft.
1977
Year Built
42
Days on Site
40966873
MLS
Welcome to the highly desirable Viewpointe neighborhood which sits on the border of Rodeo and Hercules. This Rancher style home is located near the 580 freeway where you can find the best walking...
3
Beds
2
Baths
1,507
Sq.Ft.
1964
Year Built
45
Days on Site
52297445
MLS
DO NOT MISS THIS ONE! This is your Window of Opportunity! Welcome to this spacious 3 bedroom rancher ideally located in a secluded cul de sac! Great floor plan with all living area on one level!...

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Rodeo Real Estate Market

Rodeo, California is a census-designated community not far off the shores of San Pablo Bay. Situated alongside Interstate 80, Rodeo acts as a convenient place to live in Contra Costa County if you happen to be someone who frequently commutes to another part of the East Bay. Recent population stats have just under 9,000 people living in Rodeo, which certainly makes it large enough to provide home owners here with plenty of area amenities and things to do, including some pretty awesome hiking and other outdoor recreation over in nearby Crockett Hills Regional Park. If you're also wanting a location that's laid-back and pretty low-key, most of Rodeo consists of quiet residential streets outside of the town's main drag, Parker Avenue.

Although Interstate 80 runs through the northern end of Rodeo, you'll find much of the community still has a rather rural vibe, which the housing market here reflects, especially on the outskirts of town and near the southern tip. Closer to the charming downtown of Rodeo is where buyers should find a broad mix of bungalow, cottage-style homes, and plenty of 60's- and '70s-built ranch-style homes that offer good value. On the high side, Rodeo homes for sale won't exceed $700,000, while entry-level houses in the area should start somewhere close to $400,000, and sometimes even below that mark.

Rodeo School Information

  • Rodeo Hills Elementary School - 545 Garretson Avenue, Rodeo CA
  • St. Patrick School - 907 7th Street, Rodeo CA
  • Carquinez Middle School - 1099 Pomona Street, Rodeo CA
  • King's Academy - 878 Sandy Cove Drive, Rodeo CA

Rodeo Real Estate Agents

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