In southwest Solano County, California, lies the vibrant coastal city of Vallejo. It is considered part of the North Bay Area, San Pablo Bay to be exact. There are many quaint neighborhoods in this city of 124,000 residents. One such neighborhood is South Vallejo. Bordered on the east by I-80 and the west by the waterfront, South Vallejo stretches from Curtola Parkway down to the intersection of Sonoma Boulevard and I-80 and looks over Mare Island.
Primarily residential, South Vallejo is also home to a number of businesses. Any and all conveniences are only a hop, skip and jump. Just a few blocks north is the historic district and downtown where residents enjoy the farmers market, local restaurants and retailers in addition to the charming architecture. The City of Vallejo maintains twenty-eight parks and four community centers. The neighborhood of South Vallejo is the proud home of the Norman C. King Community Center, Wilson Lake Dalwigk Park and Lake Dalwigk Park.
Nearly 4,500 people reside in South Vallejo. The zip code is 94590. Median listing price for single family homes in the South Vallejo area is near $325,000. Properties near the coast have a stunning view of the water and the Carquinez Bridge. Homebuyers will find a wide range of features and styles, such as ranch, contemporary and traditional. The majority of homes on the South Vallejo real estate market are 2-4 bedrooms. Most are well kept residences on quiet, walkable streets. South Vallejo is a fantastic and centrally located neighborhood.
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