Do you have plans to settle in the bay area? If yes, you should heavily consider buying a home in Pleasanton CA!
Pleasanton is an affluent city in Alameda County, California, incorporated in 1894. It is a suburb in the San Francisco Bay Area located about 25 miles (40 km) east of Oakland, and 6 miles (9.7 km) west of Livermore.
During 2013, Pleasanton CA was ranked as the third wealthiest city in terms of earnings in the united states. Not only this, it also placed fourth in a 2014 survey of America’s 50 Best Cities to Live In conducted by 24/7 Wall Street, a nationally recognized online website targeting investors and the business community.
From these statistics and data, we can conclude that Pleasanton CA is truly a wonderful place to buy a home. But for a resident like me, it’s not the numbers or the awards that make Pleasanton what it is. It’s what’s inside the city, the community, that makes it so special.
Let me share with you my thoughts on why Pleasanton CA is the best place to buy and own a home!
Inside Pleasanton CA is a community where everyone makes an investment into the greater good
Pleasanton CA is a very family-oriented town. Most of the friendships here developed over just simple activities with kids. The community strives to maintain and active and caring atmosphere with numerous non-profits, community projects and groups that see to the needs of the town. If you’re interested in getting involved with nonprofits, there are organizations such as the Pleasanton North Rotary or the Valley Humane Society.
The school districts here are also top-notch! Students have easy access to high quality education thanks to two comprehensive high schools, Amador Valley and Foothill. The two schools mentioned are currently ranked among the top 400 high schools in the nation!
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Pleasanton CA always keeps things fresh with its rich culture
With regular events for the community, Pleasanton CA continues to maintain that small-town feel. There are lots of parades, movies and concerts in the park. Churches also offer family activities open to the public and you’ll often see whole families walking to dinner on Main Street.
Every Saturday morning a farmers' market sets up on Angela, off Main Street. Then, from May through September, the Pleasanton Downtown Association organizes the popular First Wednesday celebration.
On every first Wednesday of those summery months, Main Street is blocked to traffic and adopts a street fair atmosphere. Each First Wednesday celebration is given a different theme and planned with related activities.
Normally, the first theme is Cinco de Mayo since May is the first month for these parties. At this local event, booths are set up in the center of the street by businesses and organizations from downtown and around the Tri-Valley.
Another tradition that is noteworthy is the Friday concerts in the park. Every Friday from June until September, a different local band is scheduled by the PDA to perform in the evenings at the Lions' Wayside Park off of First Street. The thing I like the most about this is when locals start laying out blankets in the park on Friday mornings as a way for them to reserve a spot. :)
People who move into another town or community sometimes have difficulties in merging in with the neighborhood. But here in Pleasanton CA, we make sure that anyone who decides to buy the homes for sale here and move in will feel like they’ve lived in Pleasanton for all of their life.
If you’re excited to be part of all of this, let me help you choose a home from the ones we have here that are for sale. I just know that there is a property here that will be perfect for you! Check them out right here.
With culture that is rich beyond compare, and a warm community that looks out for each and everyone, Pleasanton CA is definitely the place for you!