Edgewood Park, Redwood City’s picture postcard neighborhood, is bordered by El Camino Real and Alameda de las Pulgas, Whipple Avenue and Edgewood Road. Being in Redwood City, it is conveniently located between I-280 and US-101, almost equadistant to San Francisco and San Jose.
The gently curving, tree-lined streets are adorned with attractive, mostly larger homes (3,000 square feet and above) on larger lots (over 10,000 square feet), many of which are newly constructed or recently completely remodeled. With its inviting ambience of well-maintained homes and tree-lined sidewalks, Edgewood Park offers a more affordable alternative to Old Palo Alto.
Located on the northern border of Redwood City, adjacent to San Carlos, the neighborhood is within walking distance to both Redwood City and San Carlos downtowns, known for their charming shops and inviting restaurants.
Residents enjoy easy access to Sequoia Station and El Camino Real as well.
Edgewood Park is located in the Redwood City School District and is served by Clifford School, Grades K-8, which is within biking distance. Stafford Park with a water play area, playground and picnic area is a few blocks away, and the San Mateo county park also called Edgewood Park, only a couple of miles up Edgewood Road, offers 5 different hiking trails looping through 467 acres of woodlands and grasslands.
According to City-Data.com, Edgewood Park's median household income in 2008 was $80,225, and the average household size was 2.3 people. The average estimated value of the Redwood City neighborhood's homes was $1,114,244.
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