Los Altos Hills: Bucolic Beauty
Los Altos Hills incorporated in 1956 to preserve “the rural atmosphere of the foothills,” and the town’s tough zoning regulations have helped it maintain a low-density, small-town environment. Parcels must be at least one acre in size, with just one primary residence per parcel.
Los Altos Hills is one of Silicon Valley’s most affluent communities, with a median household income of $206,000, according to United States Census Bureau data. In 2014, Forbes ranked Los Altos Hills as No. 45 on its list of America’s Most Expensive ZIP Codes, with a median home price of $2,896,103.
The town is known for its bucolic feel and boasts an 85-mile system of pathways and trails for strollers, joggers, bicyclists, and equestrians. Los Altos Hills operates the Westwind Community Barn, a historic property for stabling horses and equestrian training. The annual Los Altos Hills Hoedown takes place at the barn and exemplifies the town’s rural ambiance.
Los Altos Hills Current Market Data and available Homes
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