In the San Francisco Bay Area, in the heart of the prestigious Silicon Valley, there is a remarkable community known as Redwood City, California. Redwood City sits amidst the natural beauty of the technology-rich region found between the San Francisco Peninsula and the foothills of the Santa Cruz Mountains. Home to around 82,900 residents, Redwood City is the third largest city in San Mateo County. This splendid city boasts a long rich history having been incorporated in 1867, and also has 255 days of gorgeous sunshine each year. Redwood City is home to the only active deep water port in the South Bay, and is the site of the San Mateo County History Museum.
In addition to these great features, Redwood City is also home to a vibrant downtown that serves as an entertainment hub for the San Francisco Peninsula. The city hosts multiple community events and festivals each year to give its residents the opportunity to connect with their neighbors. There are also a number of neighborhood associations that help people get connected and help build community. Redwood City is composed of approximately 19 square miles and a plethora of diverse shopping, dining, entertainment and recreation opportunities, making it a great place to buy a home.
Among the many noteworthy neighborhoods and subdivisions of Redwood City, you will find Beacon Shores, Boardwalk, Woodside Heights, Dolphin Park, Sunrise, Marlin Park, Sea Bridge/Ponderosa, Pelican Cove, Redwood Shores, Ralston Landing and Peninsula Landing. Homes for sale in Redwood City vary in price depending upon the property’s age, size, style and location within the city. Mobile and floating homes are the least expensive housing option, they are also the least plentiful. The average listing price for a mobilehome or floating home in Redwood City is around $108,000. There are not a vast number of multi-family homes for sale in Redwood City either, however the dozen or so that are for sale have an average listing price around $1.3 million. Condos and townhouses in Redwood City are relatively common and have an average listing price around $1.1 million, but single family homes in Redwood City are abundant and have an affordable listing price around $1.5 million, topping out around $3.4 million, with occasional exceptions.
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