This small neighborhood located at the Burlingame/Millbrae border proved popular again in 2020, increasing its overall sales from 8 to 11 and bumping up its average and median home values by 16% and 6%, respectively. Burlingame Village real estate passed the $2 million plateau last year, finishing with an average home value of $2.047 million, driven in large part by four neighborhood transactions that came in between $2.3 and $3.1 million. Unlike some other evolving entry-level neighborhoods, these properties were not new construction or complete remodels, but were much larger than other homes sold in the neighborhood during 2020 by an average of almost 1,000 square feet. Since 2016, homes in Burlingame Village have appreciated by an average of almost 40%.
To view a detailed google map of the Burlingame Village neighborhood, click here. The MLS area is 469
Conveniently located in North Burlingame near BART
Home to beautiful Ray Park
An excellent starter home neighborhood and mix of architecture styles
Homes are on the smaller side compared to other neighborhoods in Burlingame
Not walking distance to shopping or restaurants, but still a short ride
The elementary school for the neighborhood is Lincoln Elementary, which is just across El Camino Drive. It’s about a 3-4 minute ride depending on where you are in the neighborhood.
There is one public middle school, Burlingame Intermediate School, which is located in the Ray Park neighborhood. It’s a 5 minute drive from Burlingame Village.
There is one public high school, Burlingame High, which is southeast of the neighborhood at Oak Grove and Carolan. It’s a 5-7 minute drive.
Burlingame Village is one of two neighborhoods (the other is Ray Park) that were developed during and immediately after World War II on the former Darius Ogden Mills Estate. After representatives of the Mills Estate sold their private airstrip to the city of San Francisco, The Village became home to many persons employed at the rapidly expanding San Francisco airport. The area was originally called “Village Park” because the developers hoped the layout, with its winding curvy streets and cul-de-sacs, would invoke a park-like atmosphere. In keeping with the park-like ambience, The Village has only two thoroughfares that enter onto El Camino Real. This neighborhood also includes North Burlingame’s first park, a neighborhood gem that is aptly named “Village Park”.
Burlingame Village is one of the cutest neighborhoods in Burlingame.
Village Park forms the heart of the neighborhood, with a large open grassy field, full court basketball, and even a pre-school. This neighborhood is served by Lincoln Elementary School just across El Camino on the westside. Of all the areas in Burlingame, you are most likely to smell Guittard Chocolate’s chocolate in the air here.