Country Club Manor

Country Club Manor is a picturesque neighborhood where green is the dominant color

Country Club Manor borders Burlingame Park and Hillsborough’s Carolands neighborhood. Within its borders is the Burlingame Country Club, epicenter of “original” Hillsborough. Today, the neighborhood is known for its proximity to the same Burlingame Country Club and its convenience to North Elementary School, one of Hillsborough’s three acclaimed public elementary schools. In a city where green is the dominant color, the verdant fairways of the Burlingame Country Club help its namesake neighborhood trump all others.

Country Club Manor, the exclusive neighborhood oriented around the original Burlingame Country Club, set the pace for Hillsborough real estate 2022 with an average sale price of $9.549 million ($9.598 million median). Overall sales were down by one year-over-year, from six to five, and it’s notable to mention that among the five sales were a pair of $10 million-plus homes but none that sold for less than $6.3 million. The neighborhood did lose 7% of its price per square foot in 2022, down to $1,646 (third-highest in Hillsborough), but average price was up 30% and median price 46% from 2021.

To view a detailed google map of the Country Club Manor neighborhood, click here. The MLS area is 449.


  • Newer and larger homes

  • Beautiful greenery

  • Close proximity to Burlingame Country Club and North Elementary School, one of Hillsborough three acclaimed public elementary schools

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  • $10.2M

    Median Sale Price

  • $10.2M

    Average Sale Price

Pricing data based on single-family homes

Country Club Manor on the Map

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Schools & History


Country Club Manor is home to North Hillsborough Elementary School, located on Eucalyptus Avenue, one of Hillsborough’s three acclaimed public elementary schools.

Country Club Manor is also home to the only public middle school in Hillsborough, Crocker Middle School, which is located on Ralston Avenue next to North Hillsborough Elementary.

Hillsborough does not have its own public high school. Most residents attend Burlingame High School, located in Burlingame on Margini Way. To search a high school by a specific address using a School Locator, click here.


It was here, in the late 1800s, that Francis Newlands built five “cottages” for wealthy San Franciscans to use as their weekend homes. When the cottages didn’t sell, Newlands used them as the basis for the new country club, which later became Ground Zero for the movement that culminated in the incorporation of Hillsborough on May 5, 1910.

Today’s Country Club Manor is not unlike its next-door neighbor, Carolands: a hilly neighborhood whose housing inventory is a mixture of post-war and post-modern. Once home to a number of Hillsborough’s original grand estates, the neighborhood was subdivided in the 1950s and re-developed with four- and five-bedroom mostly single-story homes whose exterior facades reflected both the post-war trend toward casual living and the more traditional styling cues of the area’s first wave of residences. It’s not unusual among Country Club Manor real estate to find a New England-influenced Cape Cod home sitting adjacent to a mid-century California rancher.

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