Hilltop view with Eichler home in the San Mateo Knolls area in San Mateo

San Mateo Knolls

San Mateo Knolls is a hilly neighborhood with curvy streets and beautiful views

Laurel Creek Farms actually refers to a pair of San Mateo neighborhoods. East of Alameda de las Pulgas, Laurel Creek Farms is part of San Mateo Knolls; west of the Alameda, it's San Mateo Woods. The San Mateo Knolls neighborhood is orderly, a classic post-war U.S. suburb; as it moves west, however, it becomes more unpredictable. Some streets, notably those closest to Alameda de las Pulgas, are similar to San Mateo Knolls. As the neighborhood climbs uphill, it takes on characteristics more like those of Belmont, the heavily-wooded town to the south, and Laurelwood, the neighborhood of large, 1960s and 1970s homes just to the north.

  • $2.31M
    Median Sale Price
  • $2.25M
    Average Sale Price
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