Burlingame Hills is one of many neighborhoods in Burlingame, California but one that stands out with many special qualities. Like its name implies it occupies a hilly area on the west end of the city. It is wholly residential and sits between Mills Canyon Park on the north and Hillsborough Hills on the south. Burlingame Hills real estate is similar to Hillsborough Hills real estate in features like streets, homes and a secluded back drop. Its similarities also include lots of lush, tree dappled settings around homes on large, spread out lots. Scenic views come with the package of many Burlingame Hills homes for sale, and while homes seem removed, close proximity to conveniences, schools and commuting lanes also comes with the package. "What else comes with the package?" you may ask. A lot of premium, single family homes with luxury features that make up one of the most sought after markets in San Mateo County real estate.
The neighborhood is easy to access, and its easy for residents to get around. The I-280 marks its western edge. Its defining residential streets on east and west are Alvarado Drive and Skyline Blvd. Skyline Blvd. runs parallel to I-280. At the heart of the neighborhood, Burlingame Hills real estate has signature features in gently winding streets and beautiful homes set in lots of green spaces.
Many homes edge and overlook gorgeous Mills Canyon Park off of Adeline Dr. and Hillsdale Dr. Homes like these often include over an acre of wooded land right next to miles of hiking trails and open space. Homes like these and many others in the neighborhood are quite large, with 4 - 6,000 plus sq. ft. Their estate-like features include lots of custom indoor and outdoor extras like patios and pools. Burlingame Hills homes for sale of this caliber range in price from about $2.5M to $7M.
A large percentage of real estate was developed soon after WWII, with more built out since then. Some custom homes have been built since 2000, and a number of older homes exhibit remodeling. Burlingame Hills real estate exhibits tons of class and style in its wide variety of custom homes.
You can find homes on the market in the neighborhood from time to time. They range from the estate-like homes we talked about to more traditional, smaller homes averaging about 2,500 sq. ft. or more. You won't find Burlingame Hills homes for sale for less than $1M, and you won't find a more private and safe area for gracious, upscale living in Burlingame! Find out more about it. You can get details on www.CarmenMiranda.com. Contact me for full details.