Town Square Neighborhood, Livermore, CA 94551

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Town Square Neighborhood, Livermore, CA 94551Norfolk Rd.
Livermore, CA 94551

Built before data was collected in a common MLS, the information on this section of town isn’t clear cut. But the majority of information label these homes built from 1959-1970 to be the Town Square subdivision. Sketchy details exist about the builder, but some list it as Elliott. The neighborhood is located south of Portola and east of Murrieta Blvd.

Most homes are one story with 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and 2 car garages. There are a handful of 2 bedroom, 1 bath homes, still with 2 car garages. Lot sizes range from 6000 to 9000. The majority of these homes have square footage between 1040 and 1575. Over the years though, many have been expanded from the original floor plans and there are homes in this area up to 2000 sq. ft., some even two story now.

There is no HOA for this neighborhood.

May Nissan Park is close to this neighborhood, offering open grassy areas, a softball field, tennis courts, a dog park and more. Another close by is Al Caffodio Park.


Marylin Avenue Elementary School

Livermore Valley Charter School

Junction K-8

Granada High School

Note: Always check with the Livermore Valley School District Office for assigned schools as boundaries occasionally change.

Market Data:
There has been quite a lot of activity in this area during 2011, with 11 homes sold between $280,000 and $419,000.  There are three pending sale from $247,200 to $359,000. And four Town Homes neighborhood homes are for sale in Livermore from $320,000 to $394,900.




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Larry Lawfer
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Karen, this is a wonderful way to decribe a geographic neighborhood with all the broad details.  It gives the reader a sense of the space and size relationships describing a nice community.   I would love to have seen another picture or two, but that is just me.  Great post.

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