Burlingame Village is a neighborhood in the City of Burlingame on the north end of town. It is just west of California Drive and hosts lovely, Village Park. The park featuers a large, green field and a full basketball court, with large trees and foliage edging it. It sits right across the street and between lovely homes. Village Park also includes a preschool and adds a peaceful, welcoming vibe to the area. Burlingame Village homes, as they spread out from the park, add a close-knit appeal, with their great mix of one and two story styles. Homes and park settings add a distinct sense of charm to the Burlingame Village neighborhood, and these features attract singles, families and retirees. Families with kids have Lincoln Elementary School serving them close by. It sits just across El Camino Real, on the area’s west side. Anyone looking into the benefits of living in the area will find homes priced from about $800K to about $1.5M.
A Closer Look at the Burlingame Village Neighborhood
A services and shopping district edges the Village toward Milbrae. Ray Park and the neighborhood of Ray Park edges it in the other direction. With plenty of single family homes, the whole area is quite residential. At the same time, its north Burlingame location is quite close to everything and makes commuting easy. BART is nearby, and the San Francisco Airport is within a short drive. The Burlingame Village neighborhood is also served nearby by Burlingame Intermediate School in Ray Park. Burlingame High School is close by in the Oak Grove and Carolan area.
The Village was planned and built, in 1941 by Conway & Culligan. It replaced the Darius Ogden Mills Estate at around the same time the private airstrip of the estate was sold and became the San Francisco Airport. For sometime, most Burlingame Village homes were owned by people who worked at the airport. Today as then, people still enjoy the well-built variety of smaller, post war real estate, with some homes having add-ons, being remodeled, or replaced. People still find plenty to enjoy in the park-like feel of Burlingame Village, with its curvy streets, cul-de-sacs and only two access routes, from El Camino Real.
If you would like more details on the Burlingame Village neighborhood, its homes and other homes in the Burlingame real estate market, contact area real estate expert, Carmen Miranda. You can find out more about other neighborhoods throughout San Mateo County real estate. Just browse www.carmenmiranda.com.