Contra Costa County has long been noted as the ideal in Bay Area country living and at Bryan Ranch

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Contra Costa County has long been noted as the ideal in Bay Area country living and at Bryan Ranch this quality of living reaches its ultimate. In the seclusion of a magnificent 620 acre valley, this historic family ranch hugs the foothills of majestic Mount Diablo, a Northern California landmark.
For Bryan Ranch residents, the noble mountain with its 12,000 acre state park becomes a giant backyard and a symbol of the style of living at Bryan Ranch: residences at one with their environment, a harmony of homes and nature. 
Bounded by two sides by Mount Diablo State Park and with 396 acres of preserved open space within the ranch itself, Bryan Ranch is joined by a network of connecting trails to the parklands. The result is endless open spaces for residents.
There is an air of relaxation, quiet, and comfort, where you and your family can enjoy the best that Northern California has to offer. Safety and seclusion were paramount considerations in the careful planning of Bryan Ranch and the land plan is characterized by a series of private cul-de-sacs designed o provide this ideal of safety and peace of mind. With the park as a natural playground, the absence of through traffic, and schools nearby, Bryan Ranch is a magnificent environment for children.
Families in this community benefit from the excellent educational opportunities within the San Ramon Valley Unified School District. The neighborhood feeds into Green Valley Elementary, Los Cerros Middle School and Monte Vista High.
No other location can compare with this development or match Bryan Ranch for the finest in secluded rural living.


Membership to Round Hill brings a delightful balance to busy East Bay/Alamo lifestyles by providing year-round activities and amenities that stimulate the mind, energize the body, and soothe the soul — enjoyed in our spacious natural retreat. Learn more about the casually refined and authentically welcoming Round Hill club community. 


As you explore and enter through 24-hour security gates into Stonegate, you'll appreciate the lush landscapes, mature trees, and well-kept green spaces that give the neighborhood its charming character. Stonegate welcomes you with a diverse range of home sizes, from cozy retreats with approximately 2,400 square feet to grand residences boasting up to 7,200 square feet of luxurious living space. Whatever your family size or lifestyle, Stonegate offers a place to call home. 
The allure of Stonegate extends to its generously-sized lots, which range from 7,000 to a sprawling 74,000 square feet. Immerse yourself in the tranquility of your private oasis, complete with stunning landscapes and ample space for outdoor recreation. The neighborhood's architectural character reflects the late 1980s and early 1990s, with predominantly two-story homes that exude classic elegance. A few rare single-story gems offer a unique twist, providing options to suit various preferences.
Families in Stonegate benefit from the excellent educational opportunities within the San Ramon Valley Unified School District. The neighborhood feeds into Alamo Elementary, Stone Valley Middle School, and Monte Vista High


The Trails is a neighborhood of luxury homes offering an assortment of beautiful styles, varying sizes and and built by Greystone Homes. The Trails single-family homes range in square footage from around 2,900 square feet to over 5,500 square feet. No matter what your wants or needs, you are sure to find your dream single-family home in The Trails or one of the many other great Alamo communities. These homes are located at Livorna Road near Miranda Avenue.



Jones Ranch is a luxury community on the West side of Alamo near the Alamo Plaza. These exquisite Jones Ranch luxury homes range from 3000 to almost 7000 sq ft, on ½ to one acre wooded lots. These spectacular custom homes offer an incredible setting and breathtaking views, while just a short distance from downtown Alamo. As part of the San Ramon Valley School District these homes feed into Rancho Romero Elementary, Stone Valley Middle School and San Ramon Valley High School.
For additional information on additional areas of Alamo please call me at (925) 998-0550 or email me at [email protected]
Mount Diablo State Park
Acres: 20,000
Hours: 8 a.m. to sunset
Mount Diablo State Park holds several of the most iconic East Bay hiking trails, including the Mount Diablo Summit Trail, which offers vistas of 40 California counties on a clear day. The park provides endless pathways, including the popular Falls Trail Loop and Summit Trail, where hikers can see for nearly 200 miles. You can access the park from numerous staging areas, including the following:
Macedo Ranch Staging Area
Location: 3756 Green Valley Road, Alamo (no vehicle access to the Summit)
Fees: Parking – $6
Payments accepted: Cash or check
Mitchell Canyon Staging Area
Location: 96 Mitchell Canyon Road, Clayton (no vehicle access to the Summit)
Fees: Parking – $6
Payments accepted: Cash or check
North Gate Road Entrance
Location: 1300 North Gate Road, Walnut Creek
Fees: Parking – $10
Payments accepted: Cash or check (anytime) and debit or credit card (when kiosk staffed
South Gate Road Entrance
Location: 2675 Mt. Diablo Scenic Boulevard, Blackhawk
Fees: Parking – $10
Payment accepted: Cash or check (anytime) and debit or credit card (when kiosk staffed)
Additional Parks in Alamo
Andrew H. Young Park
This park was dedicated to Andrew H. Young who, in his lifetime, was dedicated to making the Alamo a community that its citizens could enjoy and take pride in. Facilities include a 1-acre community park Playground structure Picnic tables Location Danville Blvd. and Jackson Way, Alamo Directions I‐680 Freeway towards Alamo Take the Stone Valley Road West Exit Turn RIGHT onto Stone Valley Road then right onto Danville Blvd.
Hap Magee Ranch Park
Once the site of the Alamo Orphanage in the 1920s ‐1940’s, this 16.3-acre historic park was more recently owned by the colorful rancher Hap Magee. The sign that used to be over the old barn read, “Welcome Cowboys and Cowgirls”, and welcomed all the rodeos Hap held at the ranch. Bordered on the westerly boundary by San Ramon Creek, this peaceful setting is punctuated by a magnificent Heritage Oak Tree. Three old residences remain today as remnants of the orphanage era of this park. Two of the residences have been refurbished and are currently available for community rentals such as meetings and weddings, as well as overnight lodging. Trail links to Las Trampas, Ironhorse, and Mr. Diablo Regional Trails are within ½ mile of Hap Magee Ranch Park. Facilities include Historic structures Rental facilities Open-air gazebo Grassy open meadow Walking/jogging path Dog parks Picnic facilities Drinking fountain and restroom facility Open play area including play structures and water feature: Lagonda Way, Danville
Livorna Park
The focal point of this graciously appointed park is a large gazebo, perfect for weddings or special occasions. Facilities include 4.4-acre community park Large open-air gazebo Grassy open play area Playground structures Sand volleyball court Multi‐use sports court Picnic barbeque area Drinking fountain and restroom facility on the corner of Livorna Road and Miranda Avenue.
Rancho Romero Sports Field and Park
Facilities include a 5.37-acre community park Soccer and softball fields Playground structures Restroom facilities.
Location 180 Hemme Avenue, Alamo
Alamo School Sports Field and Batting Cages
Renovation of this facility occurred in 1995 and was funded by County Service Area R‐7A (Alamo), creating a partnership between the San Ramon Valley Unified School District and Contra Costa County. This recreational facility can be used by both the public and school districts.
Facilities include 2.5-acre community park Youth baseball field 1 batting cage Soccer field Pathway system Picnic barbeque area 2 multi‐use sports courts Location 100 Wilson Road, Alamo

Overview for Alamo, CA

13,852 people live in Alamo, where the median age is 52.5 and the average individual income is $120,635. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau.


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Around Alamo, CA

There's plenty to do around Alamo, including shopping, dining, nightlife, parks, and more. Data provided by Walk Score and Yelp.

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Points of Interest

Explore popular things to do in the area, including FTNS Bay Area, Elite Kicks Tae Kwon Do Academy, and Be Radiant.

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Active 2.07 miles 5 reviews 5/5 stars
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Active 3.23 miles 12 reviews 5/5 stars
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Active 4.31 miles 22 reviews 5/5 stars
Beauty 4.09 miles 21 reviews 5/5 stars

Demographics and Employment Data for Alamo, CA

Alamo has 4,973 households, with an average household size of 2.78. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau. Here’s what the people living in Alamo do for work — and how long it takes them to get there. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau. 13,852 people call Alamo home. The population density is 1,411.22 and the largest age group is Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau.


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The following schools are within or nearby Alamo. The rating and statistics can serve as a starting point to make baseline comparisons on the right schools for your family. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau.
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Alamo Elementary
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Stone Valley Middle
6th - 8th
Central County Special Education Programs
K - 12th
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Rancho Romero Elementary
K - 5th

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