Known as the City of Trees and incorporated in 1908, Burlingame’s 30,000 residents enjoy a thriving downtown with upscale shopping and trendy coffee shops and a variety of dining options. With an easy commute to San Francisco and Silicon Valley, top schools and beautiful tree-lined neighborhoods, Burlingame is one of the most desirable residential areas for Bay Area professionals and families. Burlingame neighborhoods are diverse providing a variety of lifestyle options. The close-in neighborhoods of Burlingame Park (just west of El Camino Real) or Burlingables (just east of the train station and Burlingame High School) attract residents looking for walkability to shops and dining. For those who are looking for more privacy or bay views, Burlingame Hills is an option. The Easton Addition with its many newly constructed homes of character with modern floors plans is a favorite for those seeking turn key homes. Built mostly in the 1940s and 1950s, the Ray Park neighborhood near the north border of town is another top choice among Burlingame’s many distinct charming neighborhoods.