Homes for sale in Pleasanton, $250,000 - $500,000

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5 Listings Found
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2 Beds | 2 Baths|1,082 SQ. Feet
  • 405 Vineyard Pl
  • $499,950
Mike Carey Investment Real Estate
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2 Beds | 2 Baths|853 SQ. Feet
  • 3843 Vineyard Avenue
  • $424,500
Thomas Dec John P Gennoy Realty
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2 Beds | 1½ Baths|1,028 SQ. Feet
  • Unit 5 3405 Norton Way
  • $415,000
Princeton Pacific Properties
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1 Beds | 1 Baths|
  • 3387 Smoketree Commons Drive
  • $399,000
Bayview Residential Brokerage
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1 Beds | 1 Baths|648 SQ. Feet
  • 3387 Smoketree Commons Drive
  • $399,000
Bayview Residential Brokerage

Although Pleasanton, California has a population of over 65,000, it manages to maintain a small town atmosphere.  A full calendar of community events assures that there is always something happening in Pleasanton, whether it be the Saturday morning Farmers Market, the monthly First Wednesday street fair that runs all summer, or Friday Concerts in the Park.  Playgrounds, parks, and vast open spaces with miles of trails for hiking, biking, and horseback riding offer residents the opportunity to enjoy sports and recreation year round.

Pleasanton was a late bloomer when it came to commercial and residential development.  It wasn’t until the 1960s and ‘70s that developers were attracted to the area.  As a result, Pleasanton is a city of newer neighborhoods with all of the modern amenities that attract the well-to-do.  Pleasanton also boasts one of the largest business parks in the western United States and is home to many large corporations including Safeway, Shaklee, and Ross Stores.

Pleasanton CA Homes

Real estate in Pleasanton offers a broad range of options, from condominiums and townhouse developments to luxury custom homes with large lots and stunning views.  Older neighborhoods, including Vintage Hills, Jensen/Amador, and Pleasanton Hills feature older ranch-style homes built during the 1960s and ‘70s.  Contemporary styled homes can be found in newer neighborhoods, such as Ironwood and Kottinger Ranch.  Ruby Hill and Golden Eagle Estates are two of Pleasanton’s very exclusive communities, and feature custom and semi-custom estates.

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