Hayward Park, California

Hayward Park, California

Hayward Park

An attractive, architecturally-interesting yet affordable enclave of mostly pre-war homes on the site of the former Hayward estate.  Looks much like the typical downtown Mountain View neighborhood or, to put it in a Menlo Park context, lower Allied Arts between El Camino and University.  A handful of homes date from before World War I, in the Craftsman style popular in the Bay Area then, but most are Spanish and Tudor Revivals of the 1920s.  The majority are modest, often as small as 1200 sq.ft., but homes of around 2000 sq.ft. are not uncommon.  There’s an old-fashioned neighborhood shopping district on South Blvd.  North-south streets are busy, the area is fringed with small apartment and commercial buildings, and you’re within earshot of either Southern Pacific or El Camino, but all of this just keeps a rather remarkable neighborhood remarkably affordable.  Priced like the most entry-level of Menlo Park neighborhoods west of 101.  Between 10th and 17th, El Camino and the railroad tracks.

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