Homes for Sale in San Bruno

San Bruno features a range of residential property types, from condos and single-family homes for sale. Architecturally, San Bruno has a higher-than-average number of Postwar homes, from Huntington Park's cottages to the Rollingwood neighborhood's ranch homes. In terms of property investment, San Bruno is always popular with professionals gaining a toehold in the Bay.

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San Bruno Listings

San Bruno Real Estate Market June 24, 2024
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Living in San Bruno

Directly west of San Francisco Airport and bound by the San Andreas valley and Highway 101 lies the city of San Bruno. With a suburban/urban feel and fantastic transportation hubs, it's a popular Bay Area city for folks looking to commute to San Francisco or even further south to Silicon Valley. However, plenty of local facilities make San Bruno more than just a bedroom community. The city is well-maintained and welcoming, with a community feel, meaning getting to know your neighbors is possible.

Several large parks and wilderness areas within the city include Junipero Serra Park to the south, Crestmoor Canyon in the city's center, and Ponderosa Park to the northwest. Crestmoor Canyon is particularly impressive; it is a 76-acre protected site including a heavily wooded valley whose ridges offer spectacular views over the city and shady eucalyptus groves.

Junipero Serra Park includes picnic areas, trails, playgrounds, and tennis courts. The city is also home to the historic Golden Gate National Cemetery, dedicated to the servicemen and women from the region who gave their lives in WWII. San Bruno City Park has an outdoor swimming pool, baseball diamonds, and a recreation center offering fitness and dance classes. There are several other pocket parks in the city in addition to these larger green spaces, giving residents places to exercise their pets.

The largest concentration of boutiques and outlets for shopping is the San Bruno Towne Centre off El Camino Real. The latter road is the main commercial artery in San Bruno, with restaurants, cafes, and food shops. San Mateo Avenue boasts a selection of ethnic eateries, with cuisines ranging from Mexican to Korean and Vietnamese food.

Cafes, and bars here make this the heart of San Bruno's modest nightlife. San Mateo Avenue also hosts the Society of West Coast Artists, which champions local painters and sculptors, offers workshops and demonstrations, and provides opportunities to pick up affordable artworks.

San Bruno Realtors®

If you'd like to buy real property, contact our San Bruno real estate agents; we're the LOCAL experts and can answer all of your home buying and neighborhood questions.

Please get in touch if you're thinking of selling your home in San Bruno or the surrounding area. Our listing agents can provide dates and prices of recently sold units nearby and up-to-date local real estate market information.