Our little hill in Castro Valley
An online town square for the Greenridge Eichler neighborhood in Castro Valley, also known as "heaven"!
The Spring 2011 issue of CA Modern which featured Greenridge as a "Neighborhood on the Rise" is available online here: http://bit.ly/oEfCqq. Hopefully you agree it's a great piece that really captures the spirit of our community!
Are you looking for an Eichler here in Greenridge? We've added a new section based on popular demand to help you find one. Click the "Eichlers For Sale" tab on the menu above.
A colleague of mine owns an Eichler in San Rafael and is looking for a tenant! It’s a 3/2 in Terra Linda, which is also in the Dixie School district. The price is going to be $2,850 a month and the property will be available beginning June 5th. Please let me know if you are interested and I will put you personally in touch with the owner.
Posted by Thomas Westfall on May 23, 2013 at 4:37pm
An education is priceless, and not having to pay for a private education is one of the many reasons people find Castro Valley attractive. We have a very good public school system that is not only recognized in the Bay Area and the state, but the nation as well. U.S. News & World Report recently did a review and awarded Castro Valley High School a Silver medal and recognized them as one of the top 1000 high schools in the nation! Here’s the link if you’d like to take a look at…Continue
Posted by Thomas Westfall on May 9, 2013 at 12:25pm
Alameda County firefighters on Friday quickly brought a rooftop fire under control at a home on Langdon Court near Lake Chabot Road. The smoky fire was ignited by embers from the fireplace around noon.
Alameda County firefighters quickly extinguished a smoky fire that broke out on the roof of a home in the 19700 block of Langon Court around noon on Friday.
A family of four fled the house after neighbors alerted them. Alameda County Fire Battalion Chief T.J. Welch said burning embers from a just-lit fire in the fireplace apparently touched off the blaze.
Four fire engines, a truck, a heavy rescue vehicle and about two dozen firefighters put the fire out in less than 20 minutes.