Burlingame Real Estate

With 18,000 public trees within its boundaries, the City of Burlingame (pop. 28,158) has indeed earned the name ‘City of Trees’. Located a short distance south of San Francisco International Airport, Burlingame covers a significant shoreline on the San Francisco Bay with its downtown and residential areas extending west of Highway 101.

Settled by wealthy San Franciscans looking for a better climate for their second homes, Burlingame is still renowned for many surviving examples of Victorian architecture , vintage neighborhoods, and historic downtown buildings. Its industrial identity grew in the 1960s and 1970s as business generated by its proximity to the airport created airline support services near Burlingame’s Highway 101 corridor.

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With its quaint town center, historic neighborhoods, and beautiful parks, Burlingame is committed to its small-town identity and maintains a high residential quality of life. Add to this its convenient location to the city of San Francisco and the airport, its clear that Burlingame will maintain its historic role as a relaxing vacation spot for Bay Area visitors.