City of San Carlos

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The City of San Carlos does an excellent job of posting community events, government meetings, department contact info, city municipal codes and recreation opportunities on their site: http://cityofsancarlos.org

Town

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Town is the epicenter for downtown San Carlos. Filled Sunday though Wednesday, packed Thursday – Saturday. There are some great restaurants in downtown San Carlos, however, Town seems to be the glue holding it all together. Give credit where credit is due, the ownership of Town took a risk putting in A Tavola (Formerly in the place of Town) on …

Cordes, The Original San Carlos

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West of El Camino, North of San Carlos Avenue, East of Alameda de las Pulgas and bordered in the North by Belmont, Cordes, represents the area of San Carlos which was originally built by some of San Carlos’ first residents. Hull, Phelps & Arguello, some of San Carlos’ earliest and most influential residents all called Cordes, “home”. Known for its …

The Skinny on Alder Manor

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West of Alameda de las Pulgas, South of Brittan Avenue, North of Redwood City (on the other side western Eaton Avenue) and Crestview, is Alder Manor. Prior to 1950, there was not much in Alder Manor except a few horse ranches and country homes. When realtors and prospective buyers think of Alder Manor, they think of one thing: The only …

Top 3 Mistakes Made by Sellers in San Carlos

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There are 3 primary mistakes made by sellers in San Carlos. The result of these mistakes is a home that sits on the market and will ultimately sell at a price much lower than it should have. Do not fall victim to these mistakes: (1) Price. Most sellers overestimate the market value of their home by about 10%. Here’s a …