Laurel Creek Farms is made up of two actual neighborhoods. These come defined by their location east and west of Alameda de las Pulgas. On the east, Laurel Creek Farms is part of San Mateo Knolls. West of Alameda, the other neighborhood goes by the name of San Mateo Woods. Laurel Creek Farms real estate in each area is unique. On the one hand, San Mateo Knolls has an orderly, post-war layout. Further west, things start to take on a more unpredictable layout in San Mateo Woods. Laurel Creek Farms homes for sale are unique in each neighborhood. For example, San Mateo Knolls has a lot of 1950s California ranch homes. It has plenty of 1960s rambler homes. In contrast, San Mateo Woods has a smaller population, with a removed feel. In fact, its homes were mainly built in the 1960s, on large, secluded lots.
Features Surrounding Laurel Creek Farms Homes for Sale
The Laurel Creek Farms neighborhoods have hilly sections. Also, many homes in them boast panoramic views of the San Francisco Bay. For example, homes closest to Alameda de las Pulgas, on the east side, align with rises in the terrain that continue to get hillier and more woodsy on the west side of Alameda and throughout San Mateo Woods. In this cross section are the homes with the best views. Laurel Creek Farms real estate in the hills consists of both single story, 3-bedroom homes on smaller lots and larger, sometimes two story homes.
San Mateo Knolls real estate includes many, boxy style homes that resemble David Bohannon’s Hillsdale subdivision. Also, they typically come with well-kept yards and clean streets. Laurel Creek Farms homes for sale like these in the east side neighborhood sell from about $1M to $1.5M. In addition, Laurel Creek Farms homes for sale in its west side neighborhood of San Mateo Woods sell from about $1.2M to $2M.
Other surrounding neighborhoods that add to the attraction of Laurel Creek Farms real estate for living, working and playing in the area are Laurelwood and Sugarloaf, San Mateo Village and Lauriedale. Laurelwood Park and Belmont border Laurel Creek farms on the west and south. Find out more this popular neighborhood and its two major enclaves. View the listings above. Contact me, your San Mateo County realtor, for full details.