Upper Rockridge Charm
Bright, sunny home in a prime upper Rockridge neighborhood just a half-block from St. Teresa School and a block from Hillcrest Elementary. Remodeled and updated throughout and located on a lovely cul de sac, the home features three bedrooms and two baths, a sunny, eat-in kitchen, formal dining room, pretty living room, and a private master suite level-out to the sunny, level, back garden—a garden that also features a deck perfect for relaxing and entertaining. Recent improvements include a brand-new roof, refinished floors, and more.
Rockridge development started in the early 1900s when the Horatio Livermore family began selling off the land they owned. The first chunk went to the current Claremont Country Club. A banker bought land between Acacia and the Country Club and the rest went to “Rock Ridge Properties.” The property was opened up in 1906 by the Laymance Real Estate Company and divided into three subdivisions: Rockridge Place, Rockridge Park and Rockridge Terrace (some of this is now Claremont Pines). The higher the land, the higher the prices. Learn more here.