- 2465 Tecado Ter
Located on the southeast side of the San Francisco Bay is Fremont California, a heterogeneous city of distinct neighborhoods. Formed in 1956, when five small towns incorporated, Fremont eventually became the fourth most populous city in the Bay Area and the fifth largest city in California. The five original communities, now called districts, have retained their unique personalities, helping to keep Fremont a diverse and interesting place to live.
Read More about real estate in Fremont, California
Fremont Market Snapshot
|Average Size (SqFt):||93,909|
|Average Price / SqFt:||$18|
|Highest Listing Price:||$11,980,000|
|Lowest Listing Price:||$74,000|
|Average Days On Website:|
Homes for sale in Fremont California
|All Listings||$250,000 - $500,000||$500,000 - $750,000|
|$750,000 - $1,000,000||$1,000,000 - $1,250,000||$1,250,000 - $1,500,000|
|$1,500,000 - $1,750,000||$1,750,000 - $2,000,000||$2,000,000 - $2,250,000|
|$2,250,000 - $2,500,000||Over $2,500,000|
- 867 Boar Terrace
- 661 Monticello Ter
- 0 Rancho Higuera Rd
- 2575 Rutherford
- 47556 Avalon Heights Terrace
- 41280 Vargas Rd
- 120 Lima Terrace
- 47532 Avalon Heights Terrace
- 47532 Avalon Heights Terrace
- 461 Revere Ter
- 45212 South Grimmer Blvd.
New Listings in FREMONT
- 3105 Rowe Pl - $988,000
- 3105 Rowe Place - $988,000
- 34927 Belvedere Ter - $815,000
- 41280 Vargas Rd - $3,699,000
- 34327 Enea Ter - $350,000
- 45259 S Grimmer Blvd - $1,349,800
- 25 Eagle Terrace - $128,000
- 613 Orangewood - $819,000
Fremont has a lot going for it. A pleasant climate, proximity to major universities (including Stanford and UC Berkeley), and a broad range of industry and business has attracted well-educated, well-heeled residents, many of whom work in the nearby Silicon Valley. Fremont’s public school system is one of the best in Alameda County. Six elementary and middle schools in Fremont rank among the top ten schools in Alameda County. In addition, two of Fremont’s public high schools were included in Newsweek’s 2009 list of the 1500 top high schools in the U.S.; Mission San Jose High ranked 230 and Irvington High School ranked 383.
Most of the residential neighborhoods in Fremont have a suburban feel, with well-kept, single-family homes on moderately sized lots. For the mid-century home enthusiast, several communities were built in the 1950s and ‘60s and are full of single-story, ranch-style homes. The majority of the homes in Fremont, however, were built in the 1970s through the 1990s and are contemporary homes in established neighborhoods.
Real estate in Fremont, California can be expensive, depending on the neighborhood. In 2009, the 94539 zip code, which includes Fremont’s Mission and Avalon areas, was placed on Forbes list of the 500 most expensive zip codes in the United States. You don’t, however, need to have a couple million dollars hankering to be spent in order to buy a home in Fremont. There are homes and condos for sale in Fremont, California that are obtainable for a more modest budget.
Contact the East Bay Modern Team for more information or assistance buying or selling a home or condo in Fremont, California.
Bay East ©2017. CCAR ©2017. BridgeMLS ©2017. Information deemed reliable but not guaranteed.
This information is being provided by the Bay East MLS or the CCAR MLS or the EBRDI MLS. The listings presented here may or may not be listed by the Broker/Agent operating this website.