Burlingame Hills offers options for buyers looking for something outside the Burlingame norm. With its hilly terrain and secluded homes it often feels like a part of neighboring Hillsborough and its housing market often mimics that higher-profile address. In 2020, that meant homes that took a bit longer to sell — 34 average DOM, highest in Burlingame but down 4% year-over-year — and the city’s lowest sales-to-list-price ratio (96.2%). Burlingame Hills homes, however, are among Burlingame’s most expensive, coming in at the city’s fourth-highest average home price in 2020, $2.65 million. They are among the best values in Burlingame, however. Homes here sold for $907 per square foot in 2020, $318 below the citywide average.
To view a detailed google map of the Ray Park neighborhood, click here. The MLS area is 470.
- Tree-lined streets with more modern ranch style homes
- Walking distance to Franklin Elementary, Burlingame Intermediate and Ray Park.
- Very close to Trousdale for popping up to 280 and only a few minutes to Millbrae BART
- Homes don't have the same historic feel as most in Burlingame
- Hard to find a large original home in the neighborhood
Home Data per tax records
|Single Family Homes|
|1 Bedroom Homes||0|
|2 Bedroom Homes||70|
|3 Bedroom Homes||276|
|4 Bedroom Homes||92|
|5+ Bedroom Homes||21|
|Number of Sales||12|
|Percent List Price Received||106.3%|
|Median Sales Price||$2,215,000|
|Average Sale Price||$2,465,000|
|Lowest Sale Price||$1,925,000|
|Highest Sale Price||$3,508,000|
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