Welcome to Burlingame
The closest walkable neighborhood to downtown. Named "Old Burlingame" as the homes and trees date back to the city's incorporation. The street names reveal some of the area's history: Francis Newlands is the man credited with forming the Burlingame Country Club. One of the two neighborhoods (along with Easton Addition) where you're likely to find new homes.
Classic Burlingame architecture with homes that have a historic, charming feel. Takes its name from the Easton's son, Ansel Mills Easton who subdivided his parents' ranch and developed the area west of El Camino Real before and after World War I. The area is referred to as the Easton "Addition" because it was not originally included in the city's borders when Burlingame incorporated in 1908. Easton Addition has its own picture perfect branch of the Burlingame Public.
Arguably Burlingame's hottest neighborhood; less than one home per month on average comes p for sale. Residents here would do well to look for horseshoes in their gardens! The Famous san Mateo Stock Farm, a horse breeding ranch owned by William Corbitt, operated during the late 1800s on the present grounds of Burlingame High School. The street names reveal some of the area's history: Francis Newlands is the man credited with forming the Burlingame Country Club.
One of the most affordable neighborhoods in Burlingame. Burlingame's first subdivision, created in 1896. Prior to its use for homes, the Howard family maintained a dairy here. The Howards are the original American land grant purchasers of 6,500-acre Rancho San Mateo. Lyon-Hoag is home to Nini's Burlingame's best kept breakfast dining secret! Homes vary in architectural style.
Tree-lined streets with more modern ranch style homes. Ray Park is one of the neighborhoods that were developed during and immediately after World War II on the former Darius Ogden Mills Estate. An avid ornithologist as well as an avid history buff, Mr. Ray named the streets in his development after explorers: Coronado, Marco Polo, and Quesada. Walking distance to Franklin Elementary, Burlingame Intermediate and Ray Park.
Open floorplan homes mostly built in the 1960s with sweeping Bay Views. As late as 1954, the 42-room Mills Mansion built in the 1860s still stood proud near the present location of Mills High School. After the newly formed City of Millbrae and the City of Burlingame ended an 8-year legal battle regarding title to the mansion and its remaining property, the mansion was destroyed and the land was subdivided. Opportunity for larger square footage and larger lot.