Dublin is located in the Tri-Valley region of San Francisco's East Bay, at the crossroads of I-580 and I-680.
The city is in a close proximity to some of the greatest California attractions such as Napa and Sonoma counties, Lake Tahoe, and San Francisco. Easy access to shopping, freeways, and outdoors makes Dublin an attractive place to invest in residential real estate.
Dublin is also known for its great level of education. Dublin's high school has approximately 4,082 students, and a student-teacher ratio of 19:1. 98% of the school's seniors graduate from high school and 89% of those students go on topursue higher education options.
Dublin Real Estate
In April 2008, the average home sales price for a single family home or condo in Dublin was $538,164. While this data is collected from the MLS and deemed reliable, it is not guaranteed.
Points of interest in Dublin, California:
- Saint Patrick's Day Parade - Saint Patrick's Day celebration enjoyed by many tourists from all around Alameda County and the Tri-Valley followed by an all-weekend fair.
- Area - 14.24 sq mi
- Population - 46,934
- Median income - $91,500
- Median age of residents - 34 years old