Homeplace is an affluent neighborhood in Hillsborough, California. It sits south of Country Club Manor, east of Carrollands, and north of Hillsborough Knolls. San Mateo Park borders it on the east. Its location covers graceful hills with well-established and newer neighborhoods. Homeplace real estate fills the area with lush grounds and estate homes. Some enclaves, for example, have vintage estates hailing from the 1920s and 30s. These estates can be seen around El Arroyo Rd. and San Raymundo Rd. Other enclaves host modern, custom estates. These were built from around the 1960s to present day. Many such Homeplace neighborhood homes can be seen around Barriolhet Ave., Homeplace Ct. and Farm Lane. Upper Eucalyptus also has many new, luxury estates on large lots averaging over 1/2 acre. All around the neighborhood, both old and new mansions stand out with grand presence.
No Place Like Homeplace Neighborhood Homes
The area off of Farm Lane and Barroilhet has a park-like feel. It hosts plenty of fine, large estates. Homeplace real estate such as this includes acre plus grounds full of trees. Estates on the grounds are new. They feature upwards of 10,000 sq. ft., striking architecture and landscaping. They include custom pools as a standard. Some have private tennis courts and guest houses. Recent Homeplace homes for sale include a estate of over 1.5 acres on Farm Lane. It has polished gardens and a private lake. It’s surprisingly affordable, with an asking price of $6.99M. Other homes in the area are valued as high as $10M plus.
When it comes to Hillsborough CA homes for sale, Homeplace has some of the most stunning. They come with a coveted lifestyle, in a world apart. Homeplace real estate is among the most popular in the high end market of San Mateo County real estate.
Much of Homeplace began as the estate of Jennie Crocker Henderson (granddaughter of Charles Crocker). It was designed in 1926 by Gordon Kaufmann, the architect of Hoover Dam. In 1976 after Jennie died. The estate home was torn down and the land divided into parcels. Many other Homeplace neighborhood homes feature huge European designs from the early 1900’s. Find out more about them. Get info on the newer estates. Use the view homes tool. Browse www.CarmenMiranda.com, and contact an area expert for details.