Alameda California Real Estate Relocation and Information

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The county of Alameda which is located in the state of California may be considered as a great place to live thanks to their 1,448,905 residents. Alameda County has an entire land area of 738 square miles and 83.6 square miles of water. The population density of Alameda county is fairly high with 1,964 residents in every square mile.

Inside the limits of Alameda County there are 10 cities that include the cities of Oakland, Fremont, Hayward, Berkeley, San Leandro, Livermore, Alameda, Union City, Pleasanton and Castro Valley

There are many notable locations in Alameda County, but if you are looking for wineries, there are a plethora of them thanks to their 2,711 acres of orchards in the county. These wineries include places like the Muriettas Well Winery, the Wente Brothers Winery and the Livermore Valley Cellars Winery

Alameda County is also the home of the Altamont Speedway as well as several yacht clubs like the Livermore Yacht Club. Maybe you don't own a yacht but you are looking for great places to spend your weekends away from the city in places like the Hetch Hetchy Camp, Ardilla Group Camp, the  Retzlaff Vineyards or even the Livermore Dude Ranch.

Alameda County has great schools and great job oppurtunities for the whole family, Relocate to Alameda and buy Alameda CA real estate, Search the Free MLS.

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