Pleasant Hill is a small, suburban East Bay city located along lnterstate-680 between Concord and Walnut Creek. Once a quiet farming area, Pleasant Hill has become a favorite commuter city due to its relative affordability and proximity to other Bay Area locations. Access to 1-680 is easy, and the Pleasant Hill BART station connects Pleasant Hill to the rest of the East Bay and San Francisco.
A mild Mediterranean climate promises warm, sunny summer days and mild winters. Nearby parks and open spaces offer recreational fun, and a network of trails give joggers, hikers, skaters, and bikers miles of scenic paths.
Downtown Pleasant Hill is a hub of activity. Redevelopment of the area was completed in 2000 and provided a small city “Main Street” environment with a nice mix of shops, restaurants, and large retailers. In the summertime, residents enjoy a busy Farmers Market, Food Trucks and the free outdoor Summer Concert Series. Another popular event is the annual Pleasant Hill Art, Jazz, & Wine Festival.
Homes in Pleasant Hill are not as costly as neighboring Lafayette or Walnut Creek, but Pleasant Hill’s location is every bit as favorable. Pleasant Hill is a mix of older neighborhoods as well as newer developments. Many of the homes in Pleasant Hill reflect the mid-century tradition of single-story ranch-style houses. Price points vary, with homes for sale in the Reliez Valley and Alhambra Valley neighborhoods on the Western edge of the City tending to be more costly than many more moderately priced areas farther to the East. Some of the more popular neighborhoods are: Poets Corner, Strandwood and Gregory Gardens.
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