SAN BRUNO Real Estate
The Ohlone Village Urebure was located in the area. After the founding of the San Francisco de Asis Mission the land was used as a pasture for the mission livestock. Later, the area was included in the Rancho Buriburi and became prominent in the dairy farm business. The city was named in tribute to Spanish explorer Captain Bruno Hecate. Substantial development occurred after the well known 1906 earthquake. The city was incorporated in 1914. Japanese Americans were interred in San Bruno during WW II.
San Mateo Avenue is the prominent street in the downtown area and features a large number of unique shops and restaurants with architecture typical of the early 20th century American West. Residents and visitors can easily travel to nearby San Francisco and tour attractions such as Chinatown, Fisherman's Warf, Golden Gate Park, Alcatraz Island and the Golden Gate Bridge. Fioli House and Gardens and Hiller Aviation Museum are noteworthy destinations.
San Bruno City Park is a popular location and includes hiking trails, picnic areas and features a recreation center that has an indoor basketball court. Junipero Serra County Park has scenic hiking trails and offers excellent views of the San Francisco Bay. Candlestick Point State Recreation Area, Montara State Beach, Gray Whale Cove State Beach and the San Bruno Mountain State Park are notable nearby destinations. The popular Great America Theme Park is a short drive away. The Crystal Springs Golf Course is a quality course.
SAN BRUNO Listings Summary
SAN BRUNO - Town vs. County Stats
Avg Price in SAN BRUNO: $1,235,000 / County Avg $3,918,500
Avg Sq. Ft. in SAN BRUNO: 1,508 / County Avg 2,738
Avg Price per/sqft in SAN BRUNO:$819 / County Avg $1431
Avg Walkscore in SAN BRUNO: 66 / County Avg 53
Avg Year Built in SAN BRUNO: 1959 / County Avg 1967
Avg Days on Website in SAN BRUNO: 15 / County Avg 46