The Westside is one of Danville's destination neighborhoods. Westsiders might spend Friday nights walking down to Pete's for a burger and a beer, and the next morning hop on their bikes and head to the Farmer's Market.
See "Inside and Out" Details of these Danville Neighborhoods
Some of Danville's largest, and certainly most beautiful homes, are on the El Pintado Loop. Modest homes on very large lots that once contained stables and corrals are being replaced by spectacular estates.
Danville's northern neighborhoods, off of El Cerro to Green Valley, offer a variety of home sizes, styles and price ranges. The Cameo Acres neighborhood has homes in Danville's starting prices - the mid $800's.
Not only does Diablo Country Club have one of the most desirable Bay Area golf courses, it also offers tennis and bocce courts, a heated year round six lane 25 yard salt water pool, a fitness center, and fine dining within the club facility.
Several developments along Blackhawk Road, between Mt. Diablo and the Sycamore Valley Open space offer homes ranging from 2500-6000 square feet. Magee Ranch, the largest of the developments, was built by Broadmore Homes in 1992 – 1998.
The North Sycamore neighborhoods of Diablo West and Sycamore feature homes ranging in size from 1600-3200 square feet. Both developments have homeowner associations offering amenities including pools, clubhouses, and tennis courts.
Danville's southernmost neighborhoods, south of Sycamore Valley Rd. and east of I680, contain both ranch style and two story homes ranging from 1500-3000 square feet. Prices start in the high $800's and can go as high as $1,900,000.
Crow Canyon Country Club is a gated community in south Danville. Around an 18 hole golf course are predominantly single level homes – some attached, some freestanding.
Home values range from
$800s to $1,500s.
What was once a poorly maintained two lane road connecting Danville to "the country," is the current Camino Tassajara. It is in a large valley flanked by the Sycamore Valley Regional Open Space. Sycamore Creek parallels Camino Tassajara.
The southeastern portion of Town, along East Camino Tassajara, is home to both Danville's newest subdivisions and its oldest and largest ranches. As home development moved eastward along Camino Tassajara, the construction of schools, retail, shopping, and entertainment centers soon followed.