Rancho Arroyo is my more challenging Livermore home routes. I am a real estate broker and property manager, so it makes sense to visit the streets near where I live and remind Livermore homeowners of real-estate-sales-price-trends and that I sell and manage homes here. The rancho-arroyo-livermore-real-estate-sales-price-trends. http://www.tricityhome.com/yourhome has interactive maps and charts updated monthly. The interactivity is not always obvious, so you have to hunt bit. It is a challenging route to walk because in order to visit each home without doubling back, etc. I have to follow a planned route exactly. Believe it or not, one can get turned around a bit and waste time.
The Rancho Arroyo subdivision is full of great neighbors who care about the neighborhood. The Rancho Arroyo-Patterson Pass traffic can be loud at times, and together with the train tracks on the other side of the pass, it can get louder during the ACE Train Vasco Station commute. But, the ACE Train Vasco Station is close by, (map) so if you need to use the ACE Train, it is very convenient to live in Rancho Arroyo. You can park on both sides of Vasco road, but it gets packed fast.
The homes are mid size ranch style with a square footage near 1200 and 2000 with lots averaging 7000-8000. William Payne Sports Park is on the other side of Patterson Pass where a lot of soccer games are played by lower age groups. There is also a motocross track on real dirt that has high turns and steep jumps. Both Sandia and Livermore Lab employees live in this area as well.
For a more in depth look at the Rancho Arroyo real estate sales trends, just visit the link above.
by Jeff Pereyda
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