Capuchino is a picturesque neighborhood that provides a calming, green atmosphere

Once part of a large, mostly unbroken swath of flower and vegetable farms, Capuchino was subdivided and developed in the years following World War II. Its physical layout stands as evidence of this, as it reflects the optimistic post-war trend of gently curving, non-gridded streets. And while it is by no means rural and secluded, Capuchino is not a heavily populated neighborhood. Its population density is roughly 80% that of Millbrae as a whole.

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