The picturesque town of Los Altos Hills offers a rare agricultural-residential atmosphere in the heart of high tech Silicon Valley. Here you will find many of the Bay Area’s finest homes nestled on large, rural lots while luxury cars are garaged next to horse stables.

With its stunning vistas, quiet serenity, and small-town appeal, Los Altos Hills consistently appears on a multitude of “Best” and “Most Expensive Places to Live” lists. with only 8,000 residents, and zoning laws forbidding commercial development within town limits, Los Altos Hills strives to preserve the rural atmosphere while promoting ‘orderly and unhurried growth’.

Town Hall was redesigned in 2005, integrating state-of-the-art solar technology and eco-efficiency while retaining the building’s historical significance and heritage.

Hidden Villa, sits on 1,600 pristine acres and teaches about farming, the wilderness, and community; while the exclusive Fremont Hills Country Club spans 17 acres of rolling hills, offering activities for the whole family. Los Altos hills also offers 85 miles of trails and off-road paths that meander and unite its neighborhoods and vast open spaces.

Children of Los Altos Hills residents attend schools in Palo Alto, Los Altos and the Mountain View-Los Altos districts. In 2005, Los Altos Hills reopened the Gardner Bullis elementary school, which has a Great Schools ranking of 10, and its accredited Foothill College is among one of California’s best community colleges.

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