When visiting the East Bay, it’s hard not to fall in love. Our 26 miles of coastline make the area a truly unique and beautiful place to live. The landmarks, architecture, and quaint sea-side towns exemplify the rich history that makes the region a destination. This history has helped form the eclectic mix of housing the East Bay has to offer, from small apartments, single-family homes, condominiums and palatial estates. Waterfront property has escalated in value over the years and provides a strong tax base within each community. Historic houses are rare to the market and expensive but are greatly sought-after. In addition to downtown living, side streets offering calm neighborhoods can be found, as well scenic rural lanes that offer peace without isolation.