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Atherton Homes and Real Estate Sales
Atherton consistently ranks among the most expensive zip codes in the United States.
The quiet town is known for exclusivity, and many of the Bay Area’s most beautiful and impressive homes are found here.
Real Estate Market Facts
The Atherton real estate market data below is based on Multiple Listing Service data for YTD Q3 2018 compared to YTD Q3 2019. Due to the number of high profile people living in the town, not all real estate transactions are handled publicly through the Multiple Listing Service so that the principals’ privacy is preserved.
|January- September 2018||January-September 2019||Change|
|Number of Homes Sold||51||45||-11.76%|
|Median Sale Price||$6,650,000||$6,500,000||-2.25%|
|Average Days on Market||52||58||+6 Days|
|Sale Price to Original List Price Ratio||97.54%||97.4%||-.50%|
In 2009, a decade ago, the Average Sales Price for Atherton homes sold was $3,311,604. Through Q3 2019 the Average Sales Price increased to $7,313,105.
If you would like an accurate assessment of value of your Atherton property, or if you would like to discuss whether this is the right time to make a purchase, we invite you to contact us. It would be a pleasure to be of service to you.
Quality of Life
Atherton is strictly a residential community and most homeowners enjoy quiet streets and large tree-studded lots. Many properties, particularly in central Atherton, are gated providing the residents with cherished privacy. The Lindenwood neighborhood is an exception with most homes visible from the street.
Depending on a home’s location, school-age children attend public school in the Menlo Park, Las Lomitas, Redwood City and Sequoia Union school districts. Some of the Peninsula’s acclaimed private schools are located nearby and include Sacred Heart, Menlo School and Phillips Brooks.
Shopping is easily accessible in adjacent Menlo Park and Redwood City or nearby Palo Alto.