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Communities

Woodside Overview

Woodside charms many people with its perfect blend of expensive simplicity. As one of the wealthiest communities in the United States, Woodside sits humbly beside lavish Palo Alto and Atherton. Its modesty has attracted many prominent people, such as Michelle Pfeiffer, Shirley Temple Black, Larry Ellison, Charles Schwab, John Thompson, and Thomas Seibel — to name a few, to purchase houses for sale in this neighborhood.

A stroll through Woodside reveals sylvan lanes, horse trails, and stunning nature preserves. Unique to Woodside is its rich equestrian culture. Numerous residents keep horses on their land, and the town maintains a network of horse trails. Also, situated on 272 acres of rolling land is The Horse Park at Woodside, which features obstacle course, exercise track, stadium jumps, extensive trails, wash racks, and portable/temporable barns. Woodside is also quite popular among cyclists and motorcyclists. On weekends, large groups of cyclists and motorcyclists can be seen cruising about King’s Mountain Road, Cañada Road, Skyline Boulevard, and Highway 84.

Hidden Valley / Family Farm

Hidden Valley/Family Farm is a neighborhood containing vineyards, breathtaking views, walkways, and wildlife. This neighborhood is a rustic and peaceful part of Woodside that stretches over acres of natural landscaping and vineyards. Despite being a quaint community with less than one hundred houses, many homes in Hidden Valley/Family Farm sit on large lots. It is common to find properties here with horse pastures where large polo fields once existed. With beautiful views of Windy Hill and San Francisco Bay, it is common to spot wild animals such as deer, coyotes, bobcats, blue herons, and red-tail hawks.

Historically, Family Farm was an active men’s club called the “Bohemian Club” in the early 1900s. Today, the cabins and stages are still operating and used by members from a younger generation on weekends. While a number of the older homes in Family Farm have been torn down and replaced by larger homes, plenty are still around to preserve the neighborhood’s history.

Hidden Valley/Family Farm is a close-knit community where friendly residents keep in touch through emails and community events. Members of the community come together annually to plan a Christmas party, often alternating hosts. Although the distance between neighbors are far, neighbors often interact when bumping into each other while horseback-riding, dog-walking along the trails, or mingling at restaurants and dinner parties.

Boundaries: 

Family Farm Road to the north

Mapache Drive on the east

Alpine Road to the south

Portola Road to the west

Library: 

Woodside Library, 3140 Woodside Road, Woodside

Parks: 

  • Huddart County Park, 1100 Kings Mountain Road Road, Woodside
  • Wunderlich County Park, 4040 Woodside Road, Woodside

Public Schools: 

  • Ormondale Elementary School (K-3), 200 Shawnee Pass, Portola Valley (API 923)
  • Corte Madera School (4-8), 4575 Alpine Road, Portola Valley (API 937)
  • Woodside High School, 199 Churchill Avenue, Woodside (API 758)

Old La Honda Road

While Woodside is known for its nature-loving community and serene villages, residents of Old La Honda Road take it to a whole new level. Notable to this neighborhood is Old La Honda Road itself, a long, winding road that runs from Sand Hill/Portola Road to Skyline. This road boasts a splendid view of the Santa Cruz Mountains, but in certain parts, the road is wide enough for just one car. Considered one of the area’s best climbs, this beautiful road often hosts more bicyclists than cars on weekends.

Residents of Old La Honda love how the neighborhood is unaffected by the hurried lifestyle of the Valley below. Further, many enjoy the feeling of living in a luxurious, mountain cabin atmosphere while being only 25 minutes from Palo Alto.

Old La Honda is especially attractive to buyers who love nature and outdoor activities. Additionally, the reduced competition amongst buyers and the resultant values of buying in Old La Honda are added benefits that cannot be ignored.

Boundaries: 

Area along Old La Honda Road and surrounding side streets

Library: 

Woodside Library, 3140 Woodside Road, Woodside

Parks: 

  • Huddart County Park, 1100 Kings Mountain Road, Woodside
  • Wunderlich County Park, 4040 Woodside Road, Woodside

Public Schools: 

  • Ormondale Elementary School (K-3), 200 Shawnee Pass, Portola Valley (API 923)
  • Corte Madera School (4-8), 4575 Alpine Road, Portola Valley (API 937)
  • Woodside High School, 199 Churchill Avenue, Woodside (API 758)

Skywood / Skyline

With sweeping bay and woodland views, many residents of Skywood Acres and Skylonda consider their homes to be one of the best kept secrets in Silicon Valley.

Skywood, located about six miles from downtown Woodside and about 80 percent up the hill that overlooks Silicon Valley, is a planned community of around 80 residences. These homes, each with one-and-a-half to three acres of land, are all custom-built. When one considers the vast land space, incredible views, and serene location of the area, these homes are a relatively good value compared to the flat areas of Woodside and Portola Valley, and a relatively great value compared to other towns in the area.

Skylonda, located further up the hill, is adjacent to the crossroads of Skyline Boulevard and La Honda Road. The Skylonda neighborhood, with fewer homes, is known for its characteristic redwood-log cabins and rustic styles. On weekends, motorcyclists, bicyclists, and nature-lovers often frequent famous Alice’s Restaurant for fabulous food and a chance to bask in the warm California sunshine and clear mountain air.

Boundaries: 

Between High 84 (La Honda Road) and La Honda Open Space Reserve

Library: 

Woodside Library, 3140 Woodside Road, Woodside

Parks: 

  • Huddart County Park, 1100 Kings Mountain Road, Woodside
  • Wunderlich County Park, 4040 Woodside Road, Woodside

Public Schools: 

Depending on the particular home address, these diverse areas are served by three different elementary school districts – Cabrillo Unified School District, Portola Valley School District, and Woodside Elementary School District.

  • Ormondale Elementary School (K-3), 200 Shawnee Pass, Portola Valley (API 923)
  • Corte Madera School (4-8), 4575 Alpine Road, Portola Valley (API 937)
  • Kings Mountain Elementary School, 211 Swett Road, Woodside, Road (API 958)
  • Woodside Elementary School (K-8), 3195 Woodside Road, Woodside (API 965)
  • Cunha Intermediate School, 600 Church Street, Half Moon Bay (API 810)
  • Half Moon Bay High School,  498 Kelly Avenue, Half Moon Bay (API 794)
  • Woodside High School, 199 Churchill Avenue, Woodside (API 758)

Central Woodside

Central Woodside, located along Mountain Home Road, houses some of Woodside’s grandest estates. On this road, home designs vary from elegant Tuscany-inspired villas to world-renowned estates. Some are even of feudal Japanese architecture surrounded by large man-made lakes. Unsurprisingly, some of Woodside’s most prominent residents live on or just off Mountain Home Road.

Residents of Central Woodside, like the vast majority of Woodside residents, demonstrate an understated quality to their wealth—not always an easy accomplishment when owning high-end, high-value homes. Most estates that line this prestigious neighborhood are tucked behind high hedges rather than ornate walls. Residents of these affluent parts share a love of horses and enjoy the expansive horse trails that start directly from their estate.

Mountain Home Road runs from Roberts Market to Portola Road, right by Sand Hill Road. This area provides convenient access to downtown Woodside and Interstate 280.

Boundaries: 

Between Interstate 280, Sand Hill Road, and Woodside Road

Library: 

Woodside Library, 3140 Woodside Road, Woodside

Parks: 

  • Huddart County Park, 1100 Kings Mountain Road, Woodside
  • Wunderlich County Park, 4040 Woodside Road, Woodside

Public Schools: 

  • Woodside Elementary School (K-8), 3195 Woodside Road, Woodside (API 965) (majority of central Woodside)
  • Ormondale Elementary School (K-3), 200 Shawnee Pass, Portola Valley (API 923);
  • Corte Madera School (4-8), 4575 Alpine Road, Portola Valley (API 937) (small section of central Woodside)
  • Woodside High School, 199 Churchill Avenue, Woodside (API 758)

Emerald Hills

Perched among oak-studded hills, Emerald Hills provides spectacular views of the Crystal Springs Reservoir, Woodside, and Redwood City. On certain nights, misty fog crawls over to the hills from the Santa Cruz Mountains. Historically, during World War I, San Franciscans consider Emerald Hills an ideal resort town because of the neighborhood’s beauty and incredible views.

Emerald Hills is divided into three jurisdictions: Woodside, Redwood City, and unincorporated San Mateo County. This peculiar division of jurisdictions makes Emerald Hills a markedly diverse community with varying regulations. For instance, sewage systems vary in Emerald Hills depending on jurisdiction. Woodside runs on a septic system while the others use sewers. As a result, this affects the overall housing density. In addition, different zoning regulations and building codes also apply, depending on an address within a jurisdiction. Lot sizes in Emerald Hills vary from one-half to a full acre, and the neighborhood mixes modest-sized homes with new, multi-million-dollar residences.

Nevertheless, Emerald Hills retains its natural beauty with horses grazing on properties, and intertwined streets wrapping around the hills. Distinctive to Emerald Hills is the 94-foot high plain white Easter Cross. This Easter Cross can be seen from distance where it sits atop a hill. Additionally, two lakes on the Redwood City side of Emerald Hills offer spectacular views and provide some residents an exclusive getaway for fun water entertainment.

Boundaries: 

Canada Road and Farm Hill Boulevard

Library: 

Schaberg Branch Library, 2140 Euclid Ave, Redwood City, CA 94061

Parks: 

Edgewood County Park and Natural Preserve, 10 Old Stage Coach Road, Redwood City

Public Schools: 

Served by two elementary school districts — Redwood City School District and Woodside Elementary School District, depending on the particular home address.

Woodside High School, 199 Churchill Avenue, Woodside (API 758)

Woodside Hills

Homes in Woodside Hills are luxurious but not ostentatious, and the community prefers to maintain this rustic and quiet appeal. Peaceful and secluded, Woodside Hills draws in more buyers than sellers. Out of around 250 homes, only a dozen go on the market each year. Once a resident of this desirable community, few ever want to leave.

Aside from seclusion and peacefulness, Woodside Hills has much more to offer. Among many are great views, the large acre-sized lots of homes, and the lovely landscaped islands that adorn the main road. In addition, Woodside Hills residents enjoy close proximity to the nightlife and convenience of Redwood City. A short drive past 280 finds the heart of the Village of Woodside.

Boundaries: 

East of 280 and North of Woodside Road (between Canada College and Menlo Country Club)

Library: 

Woodside Library, 3140 Woodside Road, Woodside

Parks: 

Huddart County Park, 1100 Kings Mountain Road, Woodside

Wunderlich County Park, 4040 Woodside Road, Woodside

Public Schools: 

Henry Ford School, 2498 Massachusetts, Redwood City (API 836)

Kennedy Middle School, 2521 Goodwin Avenue, Redwood City (API 746)

Woodside High School, 199 Churchill Avenue, Woodside (API 758)

Woodside Glens

Reminiscent of a New England village, Woodside Glens has a look and feel all of its own. Unlike the rest of Woodside, the homes in Woodside Glens are tightly compact and modestly proportioned. However, the location can’t be beat without spending millions more.

The blend of community warmth and affordable prices makes this location most popular among families with young children. Many residents of the Glens enjoy biking, running, or strolling along Canada Road and through the many local trails. Woodside Glens is located off Canada Road, within only a short bike ride of Roberts Market, the Village Pub, and downtown Woodside.

While this neighborhood has an unbeatable combination of value and charm, the narrow roads and unkempt conditions of some homes are possible deterrents.

Boundaries: 

Canada road on the west, I-280 on the East, Neuman lane on the South, and Arbor Court and Jane Drive on the north.

Library: 

Woodside Library, 3140 Woodside Road, Woodside

Parks: 

Huddart County Park, 1100 Kings Mountain Road, Woodside

Wunderlich County Park, 4040 Woodside Road, Woodside

Public Schools: 

Woodside Elementary School (K-8), 3195 Woodside Road, Woodside (API 965)

Woodside High School, 199 Churchill Avenue, Woodside (API 758)

Woodside Heights

Residents of Woodside Heights believe that this is one of the most desirable places to raise a family in Woodside. Woodside Heights has a strong network of families with children and an excellent grade-school district. This neighborhood also provides residents a secluded, rustic environment with a close-knit atmosphere.

The streets of Woodside Heights are lined with beautiful redwood and pine trees, some of which conceal vineyards. Deer sightings in the yards and coyote howls are commonplace during the quiet nights in Woodside Heights. Conveniently, residents are just a short drive away from freeways, shopping centers, restaurants, and parks. Nearby recreational spaces like Wunderlich Park and Huddart Park come equipped with fun hiking trails, horseback-riding, and biking.

Built in the 1950s, Woodside Heights homes remain original in condition while sitting on vast, multi-acre lots. The residents of Woodside Heights are a mix of lifelong residents and young families settling down for the first time; however, in recent years, more young families are moving into the neighborhood. Like in other Woodside neighborhoods, once your foot is through the door, you will never want to leave this stunning location.

Boundaries: 

Behind Woodside High School, bordered by Woodside Road, Alameda de las Pulgas, and Stockbridge

Library: 

Woodside Library, 3140 Woodside Road, Woodside

Parks: 

Huddart County Park, 1100 Kings Mountain Road, Woodside

Wunderlich County Park, 4040 Woodside Road, Woodside

Public Schools: 

Las Lomitas School (K-5), 299 Alameda de las Pulgas, Atherton (API 943)

La Entrada School (6-8), 2200 Sharon Road, Menlo Park (API 964)

Woodside High School, 199 Churchill Avenue, Woodside (API 758)

Residents in Woodside Heights are members of the Woodside Heights Homeowner Association.The homeowner association comes together to address neighborhood concerns, such as providing a safe environment for children, implementing more lane dividers and stop signs, and adding more speed limit signs to control the traffic generated by motorists. The association also organizes social gatherings, such as a summer BBQ and Christmas parties for residents.