Small town charm coupled with affluent lifestyles create a unique luxurious lifestyle, rich in community spirit and creature comforts, that manifests perfectly in Danville, California. Tucked into the heart of the San Ramon Valley, to San Francisco’s east by 30 miles, Danville is one of the wealthiest cities in California. In fact, it’s the 14th wealthiest zip code in the entire country according to Business Insider. As such, some of the most impressive real estate and exclusive country clubs in the United States make themselves right at home in Danville, California.
Danville, California is home to a population of 43,909 residents spanning 19 square miles. Residents earn average annual household incomes of $145,935, leaps and bounds above California’s average annual household income of around $64,500. As you’d expect, home values also shadow state averages. Homes in Danville , California hold average values that exceed a million dollars in contract to the state’s average home value of $449,100.
Students in public school that live in Danville attend schools governed by the San Ramon Valley Unified School District. Within the district, there are eight elementary schools, three middle schools, and three high schools. There are also three private schools in Danville.
Danville houses a branch of the Contra Costa County Library System for educational and recreational opportunities.
There’s no shortage of things to do for residents living in Danville. Danville hosts a farmer’s market each Saturday near the museum, an annual fall festival, annual Christmas lighting, 4th of July Parade, Hot Summer Nights car show, and more. There’s also an abundance of shops, spas, restaurants, golf, and more within the confines of Danville and surrounding areas. Areas of interest in Danville include the Eugene O’Neill National Historic Site, the Museum of the San Ramon Valley, and the Black Hawk Museum. There are also 14 area parks meandering throughout Danville.
Danville is the center stretch for the Iron Horse Trail, an 80-ft wide corridor of trails for hiking and biking, that sprawls from Dublin to Concord, with Danville in the middle. What was once an active railroad system is now well-thought-out recreational resource for residents of Danville as well as the Dublin and Concord communities.
The Village Theater and Art Gallery is also housed in Danville, California, a venue featuring children’s theatric performances, Broadway shows, and discussions about art.
Danville, California is the recipient of about 24 inches of rain an an annual basis, spread across 48 days in the year when precipitation is measurable. But, there won’t be any snowball play fights in Danville because it doesn’t snow. There are 260 days of the year when the sun permeates Danville with golden rays of light. High summer temperatures average a toasty 86 degrees while winter lows stay just above freezing at 39 degrees.
When you have the luxury of being able to custom-tailor a lifestyle to your taste without the restrictions of tight financial boundaries, you may find yourself right at home in the affluent community of Danville, California.
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