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Redwood Shores Overview

Located east of Belmont and San Carlos, the 1,500-acre master-planned community of Redwood Shores lies in between Foster City and Redwood City. Occupying an area formerly known as Redwood Peninsula, the history of this picturesque region dates back centuries ago to its inhabitation by the Ohlone Indians. Today, Redwood Shores has evolved into the headquarters of world-famous industry leaders like software giant Oracle and entertainment software company Electronic Arts. This idyllic community is also home to many other businesses, including the Sofitel Hotel and branches of Ernst & Young and DHL.

Residents appreciate the serenity of their setting, as well as its abundance of jogging trails and the beautiful, 76-acre Redwood Shores Lagoon. Although this community provides several townhome, condominium, and apartment complexes, Redwood Shores is mainly populated with single-family residences, many of which are waterfront real estate and homes for sale that include private boat docks. The tranquil surroundings and rich, abundant offerings of this scenic locale give Redwood Shores a unique appeal that very few other communities enjoy.

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Beacon Shores

Located on the corner of Marine Parkway and Shell Parkway, the community of Beacon Shores lies adjacent to the Redwood Shores Lagoon. Developed in the mid-1980s, this community is home to roughly 170 Cape Cod-style homes, of which approximately one-quarter are waterfront. Homes may offer two to four bedrooms and two to three bathrooms, and home sizes differ from approximately 1,200 sq. ft. to over 1,800 sq. ft. Within this charming community, residents can partake of amenities that include a community pool and a spa.
Schools

Redwood Shores residents have access to two excellent elementary schools, Redwood Shores Elementary (API 928) and Sandpiper Elementary (API 939). These two schools belong in the Belmont-Redwood Shores Elementary School District, which has a total of six elementary schools. Unlike most other school districts, this school district bases enrollment on walking distance from the student’s house to the nearest school versus geographical attendance boundaries. Within this system, students are normally assigned to either the first or the second closest school to their home; however, based on school capacity, students may be assigned to any one of the six schools.

Redwood Shores Elementary enrolls students in grades K–5 and has an enrollment of over 400 students and a student-teacher ratio of approximately 23:1. Sandpiper Elementary enrolls students in grades K–5, has an enrollment of over 600 students, and features a student-teacher ratio of approximately 24:1. Both of these schools feed into Ralston Intermediate, which has an API score of 907, nearly 900 students, and a student-teacher ratio of approximately 23:1. Ralston Intermediate feeds into Carlmont High School, which has an API score of 878, over 2,100 students, and a student-teacher ratio of approximately 23:1.

Lindenwood

Home to a vibrant commercial environment and two condominium communities, the Boardwalk neighborhood is just within the borders of the Belmont Slough, Shell Parkway, Marine Parkway, and Bridge Parkway. Large, local office parks here feature notable tenants like Shutterfly, IMS Health, and Nintendo.

One of the local condominium communities, Cork Harbour, boasts 136 units. Here, units range from having one to three bedrooms and one to two bathrooms, and unit sizes vary from 764 sq. ft. to over 1,300 sq. ft. This community is right across the street from the Redwood Shores Public Library and within walking distance of the Oracle campus. Residents in this community enjoy both a large manmade waterway and the close proximity to amenities afforded by Boardwalk’s excellent location.

The other condominium community here shares names with the neighborhood, and was developed in the 1990s and includes 130 units. These units may have two to three bedrooms and one to two full bathrooms, and unit sizes range from approximately 800 sq. ft. to 1,500 sq. ft. This Boardwalk community features manmade waterways with bridges and a community swimming pool. Residents here enjoy being located in between the scenic Belmont Slough and the lovely Redwood Shores Lagoon, and they also have easy access to nearby jogging trails.

Schools

Redwood Shores residents have access to two excellent elementary schools, Redwood Shores Elementary (API 928) and Sandpiper Elementary (API 939). These two schools belong in the Belmont-Redwood Shores Elementary School District, which has a total of six elementary schools. Unlike most other school districts, this school district bases enrollment on walking distance from the student’s house to the nearest school versus geographical attendance boundaries. Within this system, students are normally assigned to either the first or the second closest school to their home; however, based on school capacity, students may be assigned to any one of the six schools.

Redwood Shores Elementary enrolls students in grades K–5 and has an enrollment of over 400 students and a student-teacher ratio of approximately 23:1. Sandpiper Elementary enrolls students in grades K–5, has an enrollment of over 600 students, and features a student-teacher ratio of approximately 24:1. Both of these schools feed into Ralston Intermediate, which has an API score of 907, nearly 900 students, and a student-teacher ratio of approximately 23:1. Ralston Intermediate feeds into Carlmont High School, which has an API score of 878, over 2,100 students, and a student-teacher ratio of approximately 23:1.

Dolphin Park

Surrounded by the Redwood Shores Lagoon, Bridge Parkway, Redwood Shores Parkway, and Shoreline Drive, the Dolphin Park neighborhood offers a very convenient, yet peaceful mode of living. This community consists of over 100 single-family residences that were built in the early 1970s, and about one-third of these properties are waterfront homes that supply private docks along the lagoon. Most homes within this neighborhood are either single-story Ranch-style homes or traditional two-story residences. Many homes have been renovated throughout the years and offer two to five bedrooms with two to three bathrooms. House sizes vary from approximately 1,100 sq. ft. to over 2,600 sq. ft., while lot sizes regularly average 5,500 sq. ft. but may exceed 11,000 sq. ft. Also tucked within this neighborhood is a large apartment complex, Heron Court.
Recreation

Residents in Dolphin Park enjoy strolling around the Redwood Shores Lagoon, and also benefit from close proximity to the Marketplace Shopping Center, the Sofitel Hotel, and Mistral, a popular waterfront restaurant. This neighborhood is also home to two parks, Dolphin Park and Portside Park. Dolphin Park features two tennis courts and a large grassy area near Redwood Shores Lagoon, while Portside Park provides an expansive waterfront lawn.

Schools

Redwood Shores residents have access to two excellent elementary schools, Redwood Shores Elementary (API 928) and Sandpiper Elementary (API 939). These two schools belong in the Belmont-Redwood Shores Elementary School District, which has a total of six elementary schools. Unlike most other school districts, this school district bases enrollment on walking distance from a student’s house to the nearest school versus geographical attendance boundaries. Within this system, students are normally assigned to either the first or the second closest school to their home; however, based on school capacity, students may be assigned to any one of the six schools.

Redwood Shores Elementary enrolls students in grades K–5 and has an enrollment of over 400 students and a student-teacher ratio of approximately 23:1. Sandpiper Elementary enrolls students in grades K–5, has an enrollment of over 600 students, and features a student-teacher ratio of approximately 24:1. Both of these schools feed into Ralston Intermediate, which has an API score of 907, nearly 900 students, and a student-teacher ratio of approximately 23:1. Ralston Intermediate feeds into Carlmont High School, which has an API score of 878, over 2,100 students, and a student-teacher ratio of approximately 23:1.

Lighthouse Cove

Lighthouse Cove is an expansive neighborhood that is home to Shannon Park, Sandpiper Elementary School, and different communities of condominiums, apartments, and single-family residences.

Single-family residences in this area began to spring up in the late 1980s, and development continued throughout the 1990s. Depending on the community within this neighborhood, single-family residences are usually either Mediterranean-style or Cape Cod-style. Homes offer three to five bedrooms, two to three full bathrooms, and sizes of 1,500 sq. ft. to over 3,200 sq. ft. Many communities enjoy private community pools, manmade waterways, playgrounds, and close proximity to local trails.

The 150-unit condominium community of Ventana del Mar was developed in the late 1990s, and offers one to three bedrooms, one to three bathrooms, and sizes from 900 sq. ft. to over 1,700 sq. ft. Ventana del Mar furnishes two community pools, a spa, a recreation room, and a gym. In addition, several units are waterfront, fringing the Redwood Shores Lagoon.

Developed in the late 1980s, the Lakeshore community is a gated, Mediterranean-inspired enclave of 152 townhouse-like condominiums. Units here offer two to four bedrooms, two to three bathrooms, and sizes from 1,400 sq. ft. to 2,400 sq. ft. Many Lakeshore units are waterfront, and residents within the community have access to manmade waterways, a pool, a spa, a sauna, and a clubhouse.

Another townhouse-style condominium community, the Manors, was developed in 1989 with 49 Cape Cod-style units. Units may feature up to three bedrooms and three bathrooms, and may range in size from 1,300 sq. ft. to 1,800 sq. ft. The community also presents a pool, a spa, and a central manmade waterway with fountains.

Bearing the same name as the neighborhood, Lighthouse Cove was developed in the 1980s and is a 124-unit, Cape Cod-style condominium community. Units here feature one to three bedrooms (some with lofts) and one to two full bathrooms, and sizes range from approximately 800 sq. ft. to 1,400 sq. ft. Besides a spa and a swimming pool, this community also enjoys a large, central waterway with fountains. Several units are located waterfront along the manmade waterway, and several other units are located waterfront adjoining the Redwood Shores Lagoon.

Schools

Redwood Shores residents have access to two excellent elementary schools, Redwood Shores Elementary (API 928) and Sandpiper Elementary (API 939). These two schools belong in the Belmont-Redwood Shores Elementary School District, which has a total of six elementary schools. Unlike most other school districts, this school district bases enrollment on walking distance from the student’s house to the nearest school versus geographical attendance boundaries. Within this system, students are normally assigned to either the first or the second closest school to their home; however, based on school capacity, students may be assigned to any one of the six schools.

Redwood Shores Elementary enrolls students in grades K–5 and has an enrollment of over 400 students and a student-teacher ratio of approximately 23:1. Sandpiper Elementary enrolls students in grades K–5, has an enrollment of over 600 students, and features a student-teacher ratio of approximately 24:1. Both of these schools feed into Ralston Intermediate, which has an API score of 907, nearly 900 students, and a student-teacher ratio of approximately 23:1. Ralston Intermediate feeds into Carlmont High School, which has an API score of 878, over 2,100 students, and a student-teacher ratio of approximately 23:1.

Mariner Park

The neighborhood of Mariner Park is set within the borders of Shoreline Drive, Redwood Shores Parkway, Barkentine Lane, and the Steinberger Slough. Over 100 single-family residences shape this area, almost all of which are traditional single-story or two-story homes built in the 1970s. Homes can have as many as five bedrooms and three baths, and many have been extensively renovated to include additional living space. House sizes range from approximately 1,050 sq. ft. to over 2,800 sq. ft., and lot sizes fluctuate from about 6,000 sq. ft. to over 9,000 sq. ft.

Also located within Mariner Park is Hastings of Redwood Shores, a 140-unit condominium community developed in the mid-1990s. Here, units can feature up to three bedrooms and three bathrooms, and they range from about 750 sq. ft. to over 1,300 sq. ft. in size. Residents of this community have access to terrific amenities like a community pool, a spa, and a tennis court.

Recreation

Residents in Mariner Park can easily utilize the local park that shares the neighborhood’s name. This park presents a broad, open lawn, and a jogging trail that runs along Steinberger Slough. The neighborhood is strategically placed within walking distance of Marketplace Shopping Center, the Electronic Arts headquarters, and various other commercial buildings.

Schools

Redwood Shores residents have access to two excellent elementary schools, Redwood Shores Elementary (API 928) and Sandpiper Elementary (API 939). These two schools belong in the Belmont-Redwood Shores Elementary School District, which has a total of six elementary schools. Unlike most other school districts, this school district bases enrollment on walking distance from the student’s house to the nearest school versus geographical attendance boundaries. Within this system, students are normally assigned to either the first or the second closest school to their home; however, based on school capacity, students may be assigned to any one of the six schools.

Redwood Shores Elementary enrolls students in grades K–5 and has an enrollment of over 400 students and a student-teacher ratio of approximately 23:1. Sandpiper Elementary enrolls students in grades K–5, has an enrollment of over 600 students, and features a student-teacher ratio of approximately 24:1. Both of these schools feed into Ralston Intermediate, which has an API score of 907, nearly 900 students, and a student-teacher ratio of approximately 23:1. Ralston Intermediate feeds into Carlmont High School, which has an API score of 878, over 2,100 students, and a student-teacher ratio of approximately 23:1.

Marlin Park

Located within the borders of the Redwood Shores Lagoon, Shell Parkway, Redwood Shores Parkway, and Bridge Parkway is the well-developed neighborhood of Marlin Park. Constructed mainly in the 1970s and the 1980s, Marlin Park is a mix of nearly 400 single-family residences (approximately one-third of which are waterfront), and a townhome community named Seabridge which provides just under 100 units. Most single-family residences within Marlin Park are traditional homes that may offer up to five bedrooms and three full bathrooms. Here, house sizes range from approximately 1,200 sq. ft. to over 3,000 sq. ft. on lot sizes that span from 5,500 sq. ft. to over 8,700 sq. ft. In Seabridge, the townhomes are mostly all waterfront and may have up to three bedrooms and two full baths, while the units vary in size from 1,500 sq. ft. to over 2,100 sq. ft.
Recreation
Named after this neighborhood, a large, centrally located park furnishes barbecue areas, a large play structure, a basketball court, and a soccer field. Residents here enjoy dining at the Mistral restaurant, perusing the Marketplace Shopping Center, and taking advantage of the jogging trails that run alongside Steinberger Slough.
Schools
Redwood Shores residents have access to two excellent elementary schools, Redwood Shores Elementary (API 928) and Sandpiper Elementary (API 939). These two schools belong in the Belmont-Redwood Shores Elementary School District, which has a total of six elementary schools. Unlike most other school districts, this school district bases enrollment on walking distance from the student’s house to the nearest school versus geographical attendance boundaries. Within this system, students are normally assigned to either the first or the second closest school to their home; however, based on school capacity, students may be assigned to any one of the six schools.
Redwood Shores Elementary enrolls students in grades K–5 and has an enrollment of over 400 students and a student-teacher ratio of approximately 23:1. Sandpiper Elementary enrolls students in grades K–5, has an enrollment of over 600 students, and features a student-teacher ratio of approximately 24:1. Both of these schools feed into Ralston Intermediate, which has an API score of 907, nearly 900 students, and a student-teacher ratio of approximately 23:1. Ralston Intermediate feeds into Carlmont High School, which has an API score of 878, over 2,100 students, and a student-teacher ratio of approximately 23:1.

Pelican Cove

Bordered by the serene Redwood Shores Lagoon, Pelican Cove is a condominium community nestled on the corner of Marine Parkway and Bridge Parkway. Developed in the early 1980s, this community is home to over 160 units, which may each feature up to two bedrooms and two bathrooms. Unit sizes range from approximately 800 sq. ft. to over 1,600 sq. ft. In addition to two community swimming pools, residents also enjoy walkability to the Mistral restaurant, the Redwood Shores Public Library, and the Oracle campus.
Schools
Redwood Shores residents have access to two excellent elementary schools, Redwood Shores Elementary (API 928) and Sandpiper Elementary (API 939). These two schools belong in the Belmont-Redwood Shores Elementary School District, which has a total of six elementary schools. Unlike most other school districts, this school district bases enrollment on walking distance from the student’s house to the nearest school versus geographical attendance boundaries. Within this system, students are normally assigned to either the first or the second closest school to their home; however, based on school capacity, students may be assigned to any one of the six schools.
Redwood Shores Elementary enrolls students in grades K–5 and has an enrollment of over 400 students and a student-teacher ratio of approximately 23:1. Sandpiper Elementary enrolls students in grades K–5, has an enrollment of over 600 students, and features a student-teacher ratio of approximately 24:1. Both of these schools feed into Ralston Intermediate, which has an API score of 907, nearly 900 students, and a student-teacher ratio of approximately 23:1. Ralston Intermediate feeds into Carlmont High School, which has an API score of 878, over 2,100 students, and a student-teacher ratio of approximately 23:1.

Shearwater

The large neighborhood of Shearwater is home to Redwood Shores Elementary School, along with various communities of single-family residences and condominiums. Single-family residences began to develop here in the mid-1990s, and continued to be constructed past the turn of the century. Depending on the community within this area, single-family residences are prevalently either Mediterranean-style or Cape Cod-style. They usually feature three to five bedrooms, two to three full bathrooms, and sizes of 1,600 sq. ft. to over 3,000 sq. ft. Many communities here include fine amenities like private swimming pools, manmade waterways, playgrounds, and tennis courts, and most are within close proximity to picturesque local trails.

Developed in the mid-1990s, the Cove is a 185-unit townhome community. Homes here offer between two and three bedrooms, two and three bathrooms, and sizes of approximately 1,200 sq. ft. to 1,600 sq. ft. This enclave provides a community swimming pool, and is nearby the area’s jogging trails.

Hampton is an 85-unit condominium community that was also developed in the mid-1990s. These units provide one to three bedrooms and two to three bathrooms, and sizes range from approximately 1,300 sq. ft. to 1,600 sq. ft. The Hampton community enjoys easy access to trails, plus a swimming pool, a spa, and a tennis court.

Schools

Redwood Shores residents have access to two excellent elementary schools, Redwood Shores Elementary (API 928) and Sandpiper Elementary (API 939). These two schools belong in the Belmont-Redwood Shores Elementary School District, which has a total of six elementary schools. Unlike most other school districts, this school district bases enrollment on walking distance from the student’s house to the nearest school versus geographical attendance boundaries. Within this system, students are normally assigned to either the first or the second closest school to their home; however, based on school capacity, students may be assigned to any one of the six schools.

Redwood Shores Elementary enrolls students in grades K–5 and has an enrollment of over 400 students and a student-teacher ratio of approximately 23:1. Sandpiper Elementary enrolls students in grades K–5, has an enrollment of over 600 students, and features a student-teacher ratio of approximately 24:1. Both of these schools feed into Ralston Intermediate, which has an API score of 907, nearly 900 students, and a student-teacher ratio of approximately 23:1. Ralston Intermediate feeds into Carlmont High School, which has an API score of 878, over 2,100 students, and a student-teacher ratio of approximately 23:1.

Sunrise

Located within the borders of Redwood Shores Parkway, Barcelona Circle, Steinberger Slough, and Cadiz Circle is the community of Sunrise. Developed in the late 1970s, this community is home to over 100 Mediterranean-style single-family residences. Homes within Sunrise offer two to four bedrooms and two to three full bathrooms, and they range in size from approximately 1,300 sq. ft. to over 2,400 sq. ft. The Sunrise community enjoys the benefits of its own private park, including a sprawling, grassy area, a play structure, and a tennis court.

Schools

Redwood Shores residents have access to two excellent elementary schools, Redwood Shores Elementary (API 928) and Sandpiper Elementary (API 939). These two schools belong in the Belmont-Redwood Shores Elementary School District, which has a total of six elementary schools. Unlike most other school districts, this school district bases enrollment on walking distance from the student’s house to the nearest school versus geographical attendance boundaries. Within this system, students are normally assigned to either the first or the second closest school to their home; however, based on school capacity, students may be assigned to any one of the six schools.

Redwood Shores Elementary enrolls students in grades K–5 and has an enrollment of over 400 students and a student-teacher ratio of approximately 23:1. Sandpiper Elementary enrolls students in grades K–5, has an enrollment of over 600 students, and features a student-teacher ratio of approximately 24:1. Both of these schools feed into Ralston Intermediate, which has an API score of 907, nearly 900 students, and a student-teacher ratio of approximately 23:1. Ralston Intermediate feeds into Carlmont High School, which has an API score of 878, over 2,100 students, and a student-teacher ratio of approximately 23:1.