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See the newest San Lorenzo homes for sale and more real estate in Alameda County below. Also known as San Lorenzo Village, San Lorenzo is officially a small, census-designated place that’s prominently positioned between the Hayward Executive Airport to the south and Heron Bay immediately north. Despite its designation as a census-designated place, however, right around 24,000 people call the San Lorenzo community home, which is large enough to offer plenty of housing options and community amenities that both combine to make it a wonderful place to live. In addition, with Interstate 880 running right up alongside its eastern border, residents and home owners in San Lorenzo are also afforded with a quick and easy commute up to Downtown Oakland, down to Downtown San Jose, or even over to San Francisco. For additional information on San Lorenzo properties for sale or to schedule a home showing, contact your Bay Area real estate professionals today! Read more about San Lorenzo real estate.

Real Estate For Sale in San Lorenzo CA

San Lorenzo Real Estate for Sale April 19, 2021
4
Listed
9
Avg. DOM
$620.48
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$816,500
Med. List Price
4 Properties
$675,000
Subdivision: Village
3
Beds
1
Baths
1,096
Sq.Ft.
1944
Year Built
4
Days on Site
40945894
MLS
This is a great San Lorenzo home, with many clever details. Located near shopping, schools, parks and freeways. The home features, 3 bedrooms, 1 bathroom with 1,096 sqft, plus, a den/bonus room, not...
$838,000
Subdivision: San Lorenzo Vilg
3
Beds
2
Baths
1,425
Sq.Ft.
1951
Year Built
5
Days on Site
40945729
MLS
Move In Ready Best Describes this Spacious Village Charmer This Three Bedroom, Two Bath, Two Car Garage Home Offers 1425 Sqft of Living Space and is Situated on a 5500 Sqft Lot. Features Include...
$795,000
Subdivision: S Lorenzo Vil
3
Beds
1
Baths
1,000
Sq.Ft.
1944
Year Built
5
Days on Site
40945757
MLS
Fabulous condition home in the classic Villages in San Lorenzo! Designer upgrades include custom wall paper, upgraded quartz countertop, Italy-inspired designer tiles in bathroom, premium laminate...
$1,149,500
Subdivision: S Lorenzo Vil
3
Beds
3
Baths
2,380
Sq.Ft.
1954
Year Built
27
Days on Site
40942579
MLS
Fabulous two story home on a quiet cul de sac in quiet San Lorenzo Village beckons. Ideally located behind Bohannon Middle School, Via Jose boasts no neighbors to the rear and convenience for growing...

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San Lorenzo Real Estate Market

Homes in San Lorenzo, including those in San Lorenzo Village and Lorenzo Manor, are mostly mid-century ranch style tract homes with two or three bedrooms. Homes that are more contemporary can be found in newer developments including Ravenwood Townhomes and Cottage Square.

The 1940s brought rapid growth to the East Bay, and housing was in great demand throughout the area. San Lorenzo was virtually built out by the late 1950s and homes there, particularly in San Lorenzo Village, are typical examples of the mid-century tract housing style; they are small, modest, and conventional in design and material. The area is, however, a significant example of the East Bay Area’s mid-century suburban growth.

The San Lorenzo housing market is much like what potentioal buyers will find in other Alameda County communities, offering potential buyers a nice mix of single-family dwellings and townhouse residences that are moderately priced, at least for the Bay Area. Recent real estate statistics registered the median sales price for homes in San Lorenzo to be $535,000, which was low enough to make it one of the area’s more affordable communities for anybody looking for a new place in the East Bay. A few small condo developments also help fill out the San Lorenzo real estate market, although detached single-family homes really make up the bulk of the city’s housing landscape.

San Lorenzo Communuity Amenities

San Lorenzo California is an unincorporated suburban community in Alameda County. Located between San Leandro and Hayward, San Lorenzo is perfectly situated for commuting to other East Bay locations via I-880, which intersects San Lorenzo. Access to the Peninsula is also convenient, as the San Mateo Bridge crosses the San Francisco Bay only a few miles south of San Lorenzo.

The San Lorenzo community encompasses a pretty small area overall, so not many amenities and attractions are found within the city limits here. The Skywest Golf Course does occupy much of the southern border, however, and as mentioned above, the Hayward Executive Airport is also just a short drive down I-880 from most houses for sale in San Lorenzo. Other community amenities nearby include the Greenhouse Marketplace shopping center, the Tony Lema Golf Course, and the Monarch Golf Club.

San Lorenzo School Information

Below is a list of schools in the city of San Lorenzo for buyers with school-aged children to consider:

  • Bay Elementary School 
  • Bohannon Middle School 
  • Arroyo High School 
  • Del Rey Elementary School 
  • KIPP Summit Academy School 
  • Kipp King Collegiate High School

San Lorenzo Real Estate Agents

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