An unincorporated city in Contra Costa County, Alamo is a superb addition to the San Ramon Valley community. Adjoining Danville and Walnut Creek, it is a small community located off the beaten path. Brimming with tall poplar trees, for which the town was named, its lush rolling hills are filled with well maintained, sprawling homes situated in exceptional natural surroundings. Rich with quaint restaurants and shops, Alamo has a country feel that offers seclusion and serenity, as well as breathtaking views and crisp clean air. The Las Trampas Regional Wilderness, located at its southwest corner, dazzles the senses with riparian woods, forested hillsides and secluded, sparkling waterfalls. Alamo is a jewel of tranquility, nestled among the East Bay's finest locales.
The market has continued to prove that inventory is the key to sales. Available listed properties have remained constrained, and well cared for homes that are priced appropriately receive lots of attention, with serious buyers willing to stretch their budgets to successfully complete a purchase. With the constraints on foreign economies, there is less pressure from non-resident buyers, and although there is activity across all price ranges, the sweet spot seems to be in the starter to mid-level price points in most communities.