Overview

Translated to “The Heights” in Spanish, Los Altos boasts rural roots, having once been home to an idyllic setting of apricot orchards, vineyards, and ranches. Now grown to over 30,000 residents, this charming city, located at the southern end of the San Francisco Peninsula, extends to about seven square miles. A suburb rich in culture, many Silicon Valley workers are proud to call this city home. Its quaint downtown bustles with offices and shopping areas, while Foothill Expressway and El Camino Real are easily accessible. The neighborhoods of Los Altos are divided into North Los Altos, South of El Monte, Country Club, and the Highlands/Woodland Acres. Extensive biking and walking trails exist throughout the city and connect to neighboring cities.

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