Shoreview’s north side offers proximity to Coyote Point, the Poplar Creek Golf Course, Highway 101 and something else: the Bay Trail. The highly popular shoreline trail cuts directly through Shoreview’s eastern border before peeling off into Foster City. South of East 3rd Avenue is South Shoreview, where the homes generally run about a decade younger than their neighbors to the north. They’re also slightly more expensive. Here you’re more likely to find Shoreview homes for sale in the $1.2 to $1.4 million range. The southern end of the neighborhood is where you’ll find Parkside Elementary School (located in a part of the neighborhood sometimes known as Parkside and built on the site of an old air field) and Bayside Middle School. North Shoreview is served by North Shoreview Elementary. South Shoreview runs along Seal Slough and ends at Highway 92, leaving the southeasternmost end of San Mateo for Los Prados and Lakeshore, two entry-level neighborhoods whose long-established streets – like those of Shoreview – serve as continuing proof that D.A. Raybould’s 1928 roll of the dice was no folly.
To view a detailed google map of the Shoreview neighborhood, click here. The MLS area for North Shoreview is 415 and for South Shoreview it is 414.
- Ranch style homes with good floorplans
- Popular among first time home buyers
- Excellent value compared to being west of 101
- Concern for liquefaction potential
- Not as green and lush as more established neighborhoods
Home Data per tax records
|Single Family Homes|
|1 Bedroom Homes||4|
|2 Bedroom Homes||250|
|3 Bedroom Homes||514|
|4 Bedroom Homes||114|
|5+ Bedroom Homes||37|