664 Thornhill Road
This 4 bedroom, 2.5 bathroom, 2100± square foot single-level Sycamore home has been beautifully maintained and tastefully updated by the current owners. The home has an open floor plan, gorgeous hardwood floors, vaulted ceilings in the living and dining rooms, and nicely proportioned bedrooms. The landscaping on the .26± acre lot, both front and back, is mature and low maintenance. Schools in the catchment area are some of the most desired in the SRV School District. The district itself is one of the finest in the State. Sycamore (dues of $300/q) has been one of Danville’s destination neighborhoods for the last thirty years. It is loved for its rolling greenbelts, country club like HOA facilities, the 4th of July Parade Lawn Mower Brigade, and of course the namesake Sycamore trees that line most of the streets.
Sycamore has been one of Danville's destination neighborhoods for the last thirty years. It is loved for its rolling greenbelts, country club like HOA facilities, the 4th of July Parade Lawn Mower Brigade, and of course the namesake Sycamore trees that line most of the streets.
Tucked between the foothills of Mount Diablo and the Las Trampas Hills, Danville is one of the Bay Area's most coveted Towns to call home. It contains some of the most expensive houses, affluent demographics, and exclusive country clubs in the county. Hartz Avenue is home to a lively shopping district of retail and dining establishments. Bridges Restaurant & Bar, made famous in the movie Mrs. Doubtfire, is located in the heart of downtown. Shopping and alfresco dining are popular, as is the twice-weekly farmers market. Locals bring their families to grab a burger at Pete's Brass Rail and Car Wash. The old railroad station, which once connected the farmers of San Ramon Valley to San Francisco markets, is now the Museum of the San Ramon Valley. The Village Theatre serves as a movie house and performing arts center. In the hills above Danville, Nobel Prize-winnIng playwright Eugene O'Neill wrote his famous works in Tao House, now preserved as the Eugene O'Neill National Historic Site. Guided tours of the home, part of the National Park Service, are offered year-round. Popular with hikers and bikers, Iron Horse Trail runs past the center of Danville.