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$3,000,000 5.7 acres 248292 sqft
9875 Dublin Canyon Rd, Castro Valley, CA 94552 - Alameda County

5.7 acres Castro Valley, CA

Jinny Song - 925-519-5393 - Rare opportunity with huge potential to add-on. Multi-property parcel consists of 2 buildings totaling 6,071 SF. Nestled on top of the hill with spectacular views.Minutes west of Interstate 680 and 580, West Dublin/Pleasanton Bart and Stoneridge Mall. Property location is assessed as Pleasanton, CA from County of Alameda County.Pleasanton School District: Hart Middle Sc
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$3,000,000 5.7 acres 3 Beds | 2 Baths | 1800 sqft
9875 Dublin Canyon Rd, Castro Valley, CA 94552 - Alameda County

5.7 acres Castro Valley, CA

Jinny Song - 925-519-5393 - Rare opportunity with huge potential to add-on. Multi-property parcel consists of 2 buildings totaling 6,071 SF (Church Building: approx. 4,300 SF AND Detached SFR: approx. 1,800 SF).Nestled on top of the hill with spectacular views.Minutes west of Interstate 680 and 580, West Dublin/Pleasanton Bart and Stoneridge Mall. Property location is assessed as Pleasanton, CA fr
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$1,895,000 33.44 acres 3 Beds | 3 Baths | 2328 sqft
6570 CROW CANYON RD, Castro Valley, CA 94552-9674 - Alameda County

33.44 acres Castro Valley, CA

Otto Catrina - 510-507-8226 - Truly Spectacular 3 Bedroom, 3 Bath Ranch Estate Located On Crow Canyon Road Minutes From Downtown Castro Valley. Over 33 Acres Of Beautiful Scenery, Seasonal Streams, Level Pastures, and Abundance of Trees. 8 Stall Barn W/ Tack Room, Sleeping Quarters W/ Kitchen, & 3 Stall Garage.
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$1,450,000 40 acres 3 Beds | 2 Baths | 1956 sqft
33803 Palomares Rd, Castro Valley, CA 94552 - Alameda County

40 acres Castro Valley, CA

Nancy Valett - 510-331-1375 - OPEN SUNDAY, 6/25, 1-4 Tranquil location with easy access to San Francisco and Silicon Valley. Forty acre property sits among rolling hills, native California trees and abundant wildlife. Beautiful views of the rolling hills and no visible neighbors. The East Bay Regional Park Department has acquired the land across the road, ensuring that there will be no residen