San Ramon Real Estate

Blending identities as a bedroom community and major employment center, San Ramon’s impressive growth over the past decade was the result of a single decision. When developers decided to transform 580 acres of orchards into Bishop Ranch Business Park in the 1980s, the complexion of the community changed.
Today, over 16,500 people are employed at the park, serving as the regional headquarters for giants like Pacific Bell, Chevron, AT&T, ROLM, and IBM. Domestic and international companies agree that San Ramon has the right combination of “room to grow” and an excellent innovative environment. The dizzying pace of prime development has amazed long-time residents who still remember the days of driving to Danville for groceries.
The construction of Interstate 680 further opened the area to waves of new subdivisions and commercial growth. Among its impressive amenities, San Ramon now claims several shopping centers, a hospital, library, community center and senior center, a golf course, country club, swimming pool and numerous parks.
Fortunately, the transition from a residential and agricultural village into a bustling business center has been admirably planned and controlled to maintain a quality image. Parks, fountains, waterfalls, and acres of rolling lawns surround modern office buildings and industrial parks to create a truly beautiful living environment.
East Bay regional recreational amenities are superb, providing thousands of acres of prime wilderness, trails, and nature preserves.

San Ramon - Town vs. County Stats

Avg Price in San Ramon: $1,395,300 / County Avg $1,290,500


Avg Sq. Ft. in San Ramon: 1,923 / County Avg 2,156


Avg Price per/sqft in San Ramon:$725 / County Avg $598


Avg Walkscore in San Ramon: 33 / County Avg 46


Avg Year Built in San Ramon: 1995 / County Avg 1980


Avg Days on Website in San Ramon: 21 / County Avg 42


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