One of South San Francisco’s first post-war suburban neighborhoods, Brentwood was developed in the late 1940s on 132 acres of what was once part of a ranch belonging to Peninsula pioneer Custodio Silva. Today, Brentwood is a long-established residential community offering well-built single-family homes at or around $1 million. Brentwood homes are generally between two or three bedroom models 65 and 75 years old, single-story, with between 800 and 1,300 square feet of interior living space. They sit on small city lots measuring 4,000 to 5,000 square feet. Most recent sales in Brentwood have been of homes ranging in price from $905,000 and $1.29 million.