The neighborhood of Edgewood Park is bordered by the city of San Carlos on the north, El Camino Real on the east, Whipple Avenue on the south, and Alameda de las Pulgas on the west. Close proximity to easy commuting along Highway 101, Interstate 280, and Sequoia Station, as well as Sequoia High School and the downtown area all make Edgewood Park accessible and accommodating to many lifestyles. Hence, public transportation, shopping, and restaurants are all within easy access.
This neighborhood mainly consists of single-family residences, along with some commercial and apartment buildings located on the east near El Camino Real. Homes within this neighborhood enjoy a large range in structural size, lot size, age, and style. Home sizes range from 1,000 square feet to over 4,800 square feet with lot sizes that span from 5,000 square feet to over 1.25 acres. Many homes here were built in the early 1900s, though some residences were also built mid-century, and some newer constructions are also sprinkled throughout. While exploring this neighborhood, you will oftentimes see children riding their bicycles alongside residents as they stroll the tree-lined streets. This neighborhood is home to Wellesley Crescent Park, a ¾-acre park that features a large grassy area with several mature trees and picnic areas. Just a block east of Wellesley Crescent Park is Stacks’, a popular eatery for locals who crave a hearty American breakfast or lunch.
Clifford Elementary enrolls Edgewood Park students in grades K–8 and has an enrollment of around 800 students, and the student-teacher ratio is about 22:1. This school feeds into Sequoia High School, which has a total enrollment of over 1,800 students, and a student-teacher ratio of approximately 19:1.