Wedged squarely between the Las Trampas range west of the 680 up to the border of Mt. Diablo State Park and nestled between the bigger towns of Walnut Creek and Danville, Alamo is centrally located within the East Bay. Alamo is not as commercially developed as its neighbors and is an ideal spot for those looking for the best of both worlds: easy access to beautiful hiking trails, parks and open space, while staying in close proximity to shopping, restaurants and nightlife.
Known for its top-tier school system, abundance of wildlife, and high-end communities featuring luxury homes with large lots, it’s no wonder why Alamo is considered one of the most desirable locations to live in the Bay Area.
Little known local fact, "Easy Keeper", AKA "Norman" is the horse atop the shoe repair cottage.
Alamo is approximately 25 miles east of San Francisco and 45 miles north of Silicon Valley.
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