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About Erin & Darrick

Our Approach

Why Martin Homes?

Lamorinda Market Update

Market Insights

Community Information

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ABOUT ERIN & DARRICK Erin and Darrick’s family roots go back three generations in Lafayette. They are extremely knowledgeable about all that Lamorinda has to offer and their love for the community is infectious. They feel fortunate to live in such an amazing community and to watch their children benefit from many of the same activities and traditions they did growing up such as LMYA Soccer, girl scouts, riding bikes on the Lafayette trail, paddle boating on the Reservoir and the list goes on. Erin and Darrick write a monthly column for the Lamorinda Weekly. See recent articles included in the Insight section of their website. Their love for real estate began early on with their personal experience buying and selling investment properties. This first-hand knowledge of the process is invaluable to clients. They pride themselves on truly understanding the needs of each and every client and are dedicated to ensuring that every seller and buyer has a successful experience. Erin received a BA from UC Berkeley and her MSW from NYU and worked as a counselor for New York University and UCLA - Santa Monica Hospital before obtaining her Real Estate license. Darrick is a retired Partner at Alvarez & Marsal, a global turnaround and management consulting firm and spent over twenty years leading numerous large international companies through change. Their combined background and skill sets are crucial when it comes to negotiating real estate transactions. In their free time Erin and Darrick volunteer at Springhill Elementary School, are supporters of Lafayette Juniors and LPIE and enjoy running and spending time with their nine year old twins and thirteen year old daughter.

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ABOUT ERIN & DARRICK CONTACT DETAILS “Erin & Darrick believe in building trust with their clients. They are deeply committed to helping buyers purchase the right property and position sellers to receive the highest price as efficiently as possible. Their client’s needs always come first.” — COMPASS

Lafayette, CA

Erin Martin

Darrick Martin

925.951.3817 Erin@MartinHomesTeam.com MartinHomesTeam.com CalBRE#01922810

925.900.8218 Darrick@MartinHomesTeam.com MartinHomesTeam.com CalBRE#02006564 Lafayette, CA

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OUR APPROACH We pride ourselves in helping every family find a house that perfectly fits their needs and ensuring that Sellers get the largest return on their investment. Let us make our hometown, your hometown, and help you achieve your real estate goals.

FOR BUYERS Buying a home is more than a financial investment. It is commitment to a place, a community and the foundation of a family’s hopes and dreams. We understand that buyers are searching for more than a house; they want to find their home. That’s why we take the time to really get to know our clients, their desires and their needs. We work tirelessly to make sure that they get the best representation at every stage of the buying process – from personally previewing every available property, to structuring competitive offers that are successful, right through to the final details of closing the transaction.

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OUR APPROACH We pride ourselves in helping every family find a house that perfectly fits their needs and ensuring that Sellers get the largest return on their investment. Let us make our hometown, your hometown, and help you achieve your real estate goals.

FOR SELLERS We take great pride in every home that we present for sale. A good first impression is key to generating interest among prospective buyers and translates into strong offers. As a seller’s agent, our goal is twofold; we want to take the stress out of the selling process for you and maximize your return. This means careful preparation of every property prior to market, multi-channeled print and digital marketing once we go to market and advocating for your goals during the negotiation process and throughout the sale.

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WHY MARTIN HOMES? Preparation and transparency is the cornerstone of our business • • • •

A personalized sales plan that puts our clients first Hyper – local analysis of target area for buyers and sellers Professional staging is always included (no hidden upcharges in commission fees) Design and remodel consultation for every listing with detailed investment suggestions to maximize returns • Conflict free representation for either a seller or buyer – never both at the same time • Innovative sales and marketing plan that encompasses all avenues of digital and print media platforms • Print: Luxury Homes, Homefolio, Lamorinda Weekly, Contra Costa Times, San Francisco Chronical • Internet: MartinHomesTeam.com, Compass, MLS, Realtor.com, Zillow, Trulia, Homes.com, Redfin • Social Media: Facebook, Instagram • Top Agent Network: Allowing us to premarket your home to all top producing area agents in the area • Email Blast: All Bay Area Compass & local agents • Three generations of ongoing commitment to our community and schools. Proud sponsors of LPIE, Lafayette Juniors, SEED Lafayette & Wheels on Meals

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REFERENCES FOR MARTIN HOMES Justin and Jenifer Walloch Moraga, CA 925.948.5539

Chris & Sara McCune Lafayette, CA sararathfon@Hotmail.com

Jason & Amy Miniello Lafayette CA 925.818.6992

Dana Vannelli Lafayette, CA 925.408.6407

Harriet & Bob Mayne Walnut Creek (Rossmoor), CA 925.483.0511

Karen & Mike Seater Lafayette, CA 408.802.7523

Katy & David Abrahams Lafayette & Walnut Creek, CA 650.776.3152

Jessica & Tanner MacDiarmid Orinda, CA 925.336.9020

Cyndi & Joe Mauch Walnut Creek, CA 415.730.6418

Please also view our testimonials at http://www.MartinHomesTeam.com/testimonials/

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RECENT MARTIN HOMES TRANSACTIONS Over $60 million of real estate sold over the last twelve months

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WHAT MAKES COMPASS DIFFERENT? Our mission is to help everyone find their place in the world • • • • • • • • • • •

Compass is the ONLY technology-based real estate brokerage that is not geared to removing human beings from the process. Compass believes in people Compass embraces a culture of collaborativeness, kindness and professionalism Compass preaches ethics and professionalism. But it also enforces these philosophies Compass is the ONLY luxury real estate brand that speaks to the modern language of luxury Compass has a highly potent national network of agents, owned by Compass, not franchised Compass is not obsessed with sales figures. We ARE obsessed with long-term relationships and doing what is in the best interests of our consumers Compass is not publicly traded and extremely well funded Compass is highly focused on attracting the best, most qualified buyers and renters, not just doing things that appeal to sellers Compass has a consistency of quality in its visuals unlike any other brand Compass is building the real estate technology of the future. It's being built all under one roof Compass has attracted more talent from outside the real estate industry than any other brokerage ever

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LAMORINDA Q1 2018 MARKET UPDATE Below is a summary of Multiple Listing Service (“MLS”) data for Lamorinda residential detached home sales over the last twelve months from April 2017 to March 2018 (the prior-year comparison is from April 2016 to March 2017). In summary: •

• • • • •

Our real estate market remains strong as the early Spring market delivered record figures for most of Lamorinda. Lamorinda average sales price is now $1.57M, up 6%, average sales price per square foot is $618, up 5%, and average days on market is down 5% to only 25 days Lafayette continues to outpace both Moraga and Orinda. Lafayette’s average sales price is now $1.60M and average sales price per square foot is $647, up 9% Moraga transaction volumes are up 42% year-over-year and continues to experience solid gains in sales price and average sales price per square foot Orinda has experienced only modest price growth and average days on market is up 16% to 27 days The biggest gains in Lamorinda came from homes between 2,500–3,500 square feet where the price per square foot is up 8%. Families are feeling more confident about their financial situation and are moving up into larger homes The new tax plan does not appear to be impacting our real estate markets

The following pages provide further details and breaks down the numbers by home size.

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Lamorinda

Lamorinda, CA Detached Residential Transactions Apr '17 - Mar '18

Home Size # of Transactions

< 1,501 SQFT

1,501 - 2,500 2,501 - 3,500 SQFT SQFT > 3,500 SQFT

Total

58

338

216

134

746

$1,004,155 $1,295,000 $571,000

$1,271,757 $2,205,000 $650,000

$1,695,605 $2,755,000 $801,000

$2,377,292 $6,500,000 $1,210,000

$1,572,255 $6,500,000 $571,000

$794 $1,022 $489

$637 $1,125 $367

$581 $928 $316

$551 $1,071 $295

$618 $1,125 $295

14 64 0

19 276 0

27 234 0

40 336 0

25 336 0

Sales Price Average High Low

Sales Price Per SQFT Average High Low

Days on MLS Average High Low

Change From Prior 12-Months (Apr '17 - Mar '18 vs. Apr '16 - Mar '17) 1,501 - 2,500 2,501 - 3,500 < 1,501 SQFT SQFT SQFT > 3,500 SQFT Total Home Size # of Transactions 41.5% 12.7% 26.3% 41.1% 22.9% Sales Price Average 3.9% 3.6% 7.2% 0.2% 5.6% High 2.4% -0.7% 5.4% 27.9% 27.9% Low -10.1% -12.8% 6.8% 2.1% -10.1% Sales Price Per SQFT -0.4% 5.2% Average 7.5% 5.6% 7.5% 8.1% 9.1% 13.1% High 4.1% 13.1% 9.9% 1.1% 2.5% Low 2.8% 8.0% Days on MLS -5.6% -18.9% -5.0% Average -13.6% 3.0% 36.0% 0.3% 0.3% High -4.5% 124.4% NA NA NA Low NA NA

Home Size # of Transactions

Apr '16 - Mar '17 1,501 - 2,500 2,501 - 3,500 SQFT < 1,501 SQFT SQFT > 3,500 SQFT

Total

41

300

171

95

607

$966,344 $1,265,000 $635,000

$1,227,509 $2,220,000 $745,000

$1,582,194 $2,615,000 $750,000

$2,372,693 $5,082,388 $1,185,000

$1,489,018 $5,082,388 $635,000

$738 $982 $476

$604 $994 $340

$540 $858 $287

$553 $982 $292

$587 $994 $287

16 67 0

19 123 0

28 172 0

49 335 0

26 335 0

Sales Price Average High Low

Sales Price Per SQFT Average High Low

Days on MLS Average High Low

Source: MLS

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Lafayette

Lafayette, CA Detached Residential Transactions Apr '17 - Mar '18

Home Size # of Transactions

< 1,501 SQFT

1,501 - 2,500 2,501 - 3,500 SQFT SQFT > 3,500 SQFT

Total

39

138

83

66

326

$1,021,564 $1,295,000 $675,000

$1,287,247 $2,200,000 $812,000

$1,725,414 $2,755,000 $801,000

$2,461,480 $6,500,000 $1,375,000

$1,604,749 $6,500,000 $675,000

$831 $1,022 $547

$667 $1,125 $420

$592 $928 $316

$566 $1,071 $295

$647 $1,125 $295

15 64 3

17 94 0

23 234 0

38 336 0

22 336 0

Sales Price Average High Low

Sales Price Per SQFT Average High Low

Days on MLS Average High Low

Change From Prior 12-Months (Apr '17 - Mar '18 vs. Apr '16 - Mar '17) 1,501 - 2,500 2,501 - 3,500 < 1,501 SQFT SQFT SQFT > 3,500 SQFT Total Home Size # of Transactions 77.3% 15.0% 22.1% 50.0% 28.3% Sales Price Average 5.8% 6.7% 7.7% -0.1% 6.3% High 2.4% 0.0% 5.4% 27.9% 27.9% Low 6.3% 5.1% -13.4% 3.8% 6.3% Sales Price Per SQFT 0.2% 9.2% Average 12.8% 10.2% 9.1% 8.1% 22.8% 13.1% High 8.2% 13.1% 9.9% -11.8% 2.5% Low 3.3% 23.6% Days on MLS -25.7% -6.6% -14.0% Average -4.7% -15.9% 36.0% 79.7% 79.7% High 10.3% -19.0% NA NA NA Low NA NA

Home Size # of Transactions

Apr '16 - Mar '17 1,501 - 2,500 2,501 - 3,500 SQFT < 1,501 SQFT SQFT > 3,500 SQFT

Total

22

120

68

44

254

$965,864 $1,265,000 $635,000

$1,206,879 $2,200,000 $772,650

$1,602,723 $2,615,000 $925,000

$2,464,380 $5,082,388 $1,325,000

$1,509,813 $5,082,388 $635,000

$736 $945 $529

$605 $994 $340

$543 $858 $287

$565 $873 $334

$593 $994 $287

16 58 0

20 116 0

31 172 0

41 187 0

26 187 0

Sales Price Average High Low

Sales Price Per SQFT Average High Low

Days on MLS Average High Low

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Moraga

Moraga, CA Detached Residential Transactions Apr '17 - Mar '18

Home Size # of Transactions

< 1,501 SQFT

1,501 - 2,500 2,501 - 3,500 SQFT SQFT > 3,500 SQFT

Total

6

91

57

12

166

$931,000 $1,125,000 $571,000

$1,228,154 $1,875,000 $725,000

$1,634,400 $2,650,000 $1,050,000

$1,920,167 $2,554,000 $1,375,000

$1,406,933 $2,650,000 $571,000

$670 $789 $489

$594 $830 $380

$554 $768 $333

$458 $531 $376

$573 $830 $333

12 17 8

19 245 0

33 158 0

36 159 0

25 245 0

Sales Price Average High Low

Sales Price Per SQFT Average High Low

Days on MLS Average High Low

Change From Prior 12-Months (Apr '17 - Mar '18 vs. Apr '16 - Mar '17) 1,501 - 2,500 2,501 - 3,500 < 1,501 SQFT SQFT SQFT > 3,500 SQFT Total Home Size # of Transactions 100.0% 23.0% 83.9% 33.3% 41.9% Sales Price Average 14.5% 3.0% 11.3% 13.4% 8.7% High 11.4% 11.6% 34.2% -7.1% -3.6% Low -16.6% -2.7% 0.0% 16.0% -16.6% Sales Price Per SQFT 15.6% 4.3% Average 15.3% 2.4% 7.2% 16.0% -4.2% 11.2% High 11.8% 11.2% -10.4% 28.8% 14.1% Low 2.8% -7.5% Days on MLS 25.9% -72.6% -18.4% Average 81.6% -8.5% 22.5% -52.5% -26.9% High 54.5% 99.2% NA NA NA Low NA NA

Home Size # of Transactions

Apr '16 - Mar '17 1,501 - 2,500 2,501 - 3,500 SQFT < 1,501 SQFT SQFT > 3,500 SQFT

Total

3

74

31

9

117

$813,000 $1,010,000 $685,000

$1,192,142 $1,680,000 $745,000

$1,468,097 $1,975,000 $1,050,000

$1,693,222 $2,750,000 $1,185,000

$1,294,081 $2,750,000 $685,000

$581 $706 $476

$580 $747 $411

$517 $662 $371

$397 $554 $292

$549 $747 $292

6 11 0

21 123 0

26 129 0

131 335 0

31 335 0

Sales Price Average High Low

Sales Price Per SQFT Average High Low

Days on MLS Average High Low

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Orinda

Orinda, CA Detached Residential Transactions Apr '17 - Mar '18

Home Size # of Transactions

< 1,501 SQFT

1,501 - 2,500 2,501 - 3,500 SQFT SQFT > 3,500 SQFT

Total

13

109

76

56

254

$985,692 $1,250,000 $750,000

$1,288,547 $2,205,000 $650,000

$1,708,952 $2,570,000 $1,025,000

$2,376,025 $4,000,000 $1,210,000

$1,638,596 $4,000,000 $650,000

$741 $937 $592

$636 $900 $367

$589 $888 $365

$552 $824 $305

$609 $937 $305

11 25 0

22 276 0

26 187 0

43 260 0

27 276 0

Sales Price Average High Low

Sales Price Per SQFT Average High Low

Days on MLS Average High Low

Change From Prior 12-Months (Apr '17 - Mar '18 vs. Apr '16 - Mar '17) 1,501 - 2,500 2,501 - 3,500 < 1,501 SQFT SQFT SQFT > 3,500 SQFT Total Home Size # of Transactions -18.8% 2.8% 5.6% 33.3% 7.6% Sales Price Average -1.0% 1.0% 6.0% -1.9% 4.8% High 1.6% -0.7% -0.8% -14.0% -14.0% Low 3.4% -21.2% 36.7% 0.8% -10.3% Sales Price Per SQFT -3.8% 1.6% Average -3.9% 2.8% 7.5% 12.5% -16.1% -4.6% High -4.6% -1.3% 25.6% -4.9% 5.0% Low -0.7% -8.4% Days on MLS -2.8% 5.9% 16.0% Average -40.0% 42.9% 62.6% 111.4% 124.4% High -62.7% 140.0% NA NA NA Low NA NA

Home Size # of Transactions

Apr '16 - Mar '17 1,501 - 2,500 2,501 - 3,500 SQFT < 1,501 SQFT SQFT > 3,500 SQFT

Total

16

106

72

42

236

$995,757 $1,230,000 $725,000

$1,275,552 $2,220,000 $825,000

$1,611,930 $2,590,000 $750,000

$2,422,240 $4,650,000 $1,200,000

$1,563,278 $4,650,000 $725,000

$771 $982 $596

$619 $911 $401

$548 $789 $290

$574 $982 $320

$600 $982 $290

18 67 0

16 115 0

27 115 0

41 123 0

24 123 0

Sales Price Average High Low

Sales Price Per SQFT Average High Low

Days on MLS Average High Low

Source: MLS

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HISTORICAL BAY AREA & LAMORINDA MARKET PERFORMANCE It is helpful to provide historical context to our real estate market to understand past cycles and how Lamorinda faired compared to the rest of the Bay Area. Each cycle always has different market influences and therefore makes pinpointing the exact timing of when cycles begin and end very difficult. Even during bubble or irrational exuberance periods markets can run well beyond what market experts believe is rational. An example is the 2008-9 Financial Crisis caused by early 2000’s lax underwriting mortgage standards that allowed housing prices to skyrocket from zero-down and negative amortization loans. Most economists in 2003-4 believed homes were overvalued but values continued to rise another three to four years until 2007-8. Over the last thirty plus years Bay Area real estate markets were not only influenced by the health of our macro economy but also heavily influenced by Bay Area high-tech sector. Innovation creates new markets that translate into wealth creation that propels the growth of our real estate markets. The Silicon Valley influence today extends well beyond the Peninsula. In recent years the run up in Lamorinda home prices has been fueled by “newtech” companies headquartered in San Francisco such as Uber, Airbnb, Lyft, Pinterest, Salesforce, Twitter, Dropbox and Square where previously the lengthy commute to the Silicon Valley prohibited Lamorinda from being a viable option to most tech workers. The following page provides a historical perspective of past cycles and how Lamorinda price appreciation compares to the rest of the Bay Area.

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Historical Bay Area Home Values 500%

450%

400%

350%

300%

250%

Over the last 30+ years in the Bay Area expansionary periods have averaged 7 years while contractionary periods have averaged 2-3 years

+85% 9 yrs

+57% 5 yrs

-28%

200%

2 yrs

100%

Financial Crisis

-11%

150%

1 yr

+110%

SF Earthquake

7 yrs

Dotcom Bubble

50%

-12%

90's Recession

4 yrs

0%

Source: Case Shiller Bay Area High Price Home Index

Historical Lamorinda Home Values 300%

250%

200%

150%

+85% 9 yrs

Compared to high-end Bay Area homes prices since 1997, Lafayette outperformed the market, Orinda is at market while Moraga underperformed the market

-28%

+57% 5 yrs

50%

-11% 1 yr

0%

225% 224% 20 0 %

Financial Crisis

2 yrs 100%

240 %

Dotcom Bubble

Source: Case Shiller Bay Area High Price Home Index / MLS

0%

Bay Area

Lafayette

Orinda

Moraga

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MARKET INSIGHTS We publish a monthly real estate column for, among others, the Lamorinda Weekly. Our recent articles and market insights can be found on our website at http://MartinHomesTeam.com/insights/

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COMMUNITY INFORMATION

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Lafayette The City of Lafayette, incorporated in 1968, is mostly situated on a former Mexican land grant, Rancho Acalanes. The community took the name of Lafayette in 1857. In 1937 when Lafayette’s population was 4,000, the Caldecott Tunnel opened creating further growth in the area. While mostly a residential community of quarter-acre or larger lots, Lafayette has seen office growth and supports a small but vital retail business district along the main street of Mt. Diablo Blvd, as well as several restaurants recognized throughout the Bay Area. Most residents are home owners living in a country setting and commuting to major Bay Area business centers. Population:

25, 473

Climate:

Winter range: 30’s – 60’s Summer range: 50’s – 90’s Average annual rainfall: 28 inches

Schools:

Public: Four elementary schools and one intermediate school operated by the Lafayette School District (tel.: 925-284-7011); Acalanes High School operated by the Acalanes Union High School District (925-9352800); some Lafayette students attend Campolindo High School in Moraga, operated by the same district. Private: Preschools include Montessori; one parochial k-8 elementary.

Recreation:

Lafayette Reservoir for fishing, hiking, biking, picnicking; several private swim and tennis club facilities and the Lafayette Trail for biking and jogging.

Churches:

All denominations are represented in Lafayette and neighboring communities.

Hospitals:

Hospitals in Oakland and Berkeley, John Muir Hospital, Walnut Creek (925-939-3000).

Transportation:

County transit buses serve the Lafayette BART station.

Shopping:

Just ten minutes to Broadway Plaza in Walnut Creek, a premiere outside shopping mall featuring Nordstrom’s, Macy’s and national upscale specialty stores. Major grocery chains are represented.

Area Code: (925)

Zip Code: 94549


Moraga The town of Moraga, tucked away in the hills south of Lafayette and Orinda, shares a common bond of ancestry and affluence with its neighbors while maintaining a large measure of independence. The town’s name is taken from the Joaquin Moraga family who settled on a land grant, Rancho Laguna de los Palos Colorados, in 1835. Major residential development began replacing major ranching interests and flourishing walnut and pear orchards in 1953, and in 1974 Moraga was incorporated. The town of Moraga offers a unique blending of fine residential areas, two neighborhood shopping centers, and open hills where cattle graze and horses are pastured. Many Moraga residents are corporate executives who commute to major business centers. Population:

17,032

Climate:

Winter range: 30’s – 60’s Summer range: 50’s – 90’s Average annual rainfall: 24 inches

Schools:

Public: Three elementary schools and one intermediate school operated by the Moraga School District (tel.: 925-376-5943); high school students attend either Campolindo or Miramonte High School, both operated by the Acalanes Union High School District (925-9352800). Private: Three nursery schools, Carden School; Saint Mary’s College.

Recreation:

Moraga Parks and Recreation District supervises a 10-acre botanical park with a recreation center and two other parks. Hiking and riding trails connect to East Bay parks. Private facilities include Moraga Country Club and Moraga Tennis and Swim Club.

Churches:

All denominations are represented in Moraga and neighboring communities.

Hospitals:

Hospitals in Oakland and Berkeley, John Muir Hospital, Walnut Creek

Transportation:

County transit buses serve the Orinda and Lafayette BART station.

Shopping:

Two shopping centers serve the Moraga area; major retail centers in Walnut Creek and Concord.

Area Code: (925)

Zip Code: 94556


Orinda The City of Orinda is the first residential development on Highway 24 on the east side of the Caldecott tunnel. The freeway bisects Orinda resulting in the Crossroads business district to the south and The Village business district to the north. Orinda lies on portions of the Rancho de Laguna de los Palos Colorados and the Rancho El Sobrante, which were Mexican land grants to the Moraga and Castro families. In the 1920’s when about 1200 acres were designated the town site of Orinda, city people began building summer homes in the wooded hillsides. It was only when the Caldecott Tunnel to Oakland, about eight miles away, was completed in 1937 the area began to develop. Today Orinda offers gracious country style living to San Francisco and Oakland commuters who enjoy its rural setting and village-like atmosphere. Population:

18,342

Climate:

Winter range: 30’s – 60’s Summer range: 50’s – 90’s Average annual rainfall: 33”

Schools:

Public: Four elementary schools and one intermediate school operated by the Orinda Union School District (tel.: 925-254-4901); Miramonte High School operated by the Acalanes Union High School District (925935-2800). Private: Several preschools include Montessori; John F. Kennedy University.

Recreation:

Orinda Community Center offers a wide variety of classes for children and adults; numerous private and public swim, golf and tennis facilities including the prestigious Orinda Country Club.

Churches:

All denominations are represented in Orinda and neighboring communities.

Hospitals:

Hospitals in Oakland and Berkeley, John Muir Hospital, Walnut Creek (925-939-3000).

Transportation:

County transit buses serve the Orinda BART station.

Shopping:

Orinda offers stores and services in the Village and Crossroads areas and are just minutes from the Broadway Plaza in Walnut Creek, a premier outside shopping mall featuring Nordstrom’s, Macy’s and national upscale specialty stores. Major grocery chains are represented.

Area Code: (925)

Zip Code: 94563


PRE-SCHOOLS LAFAYETTE Apple Seed Little School Child Day School Diablo Valley Montessori Happy Days Learning Center Joyful Beginnings Lafayette Nursery School Merriewood Children’s Center Michael Lane Preschool Old Firehouse School Seedlings/LOPC TOT Drop Preschool White Pony School

N/A 1049 Stuart Street 3390 Deer Hill Road 3205 Stanley Blvd 955 Moraga Blvd 979 First Street 561 Merriewood Dr 682 Michael Lane 984 Moraga Road 49 Knox Drive 500 St. Mary’s Road 999 Leland Dr.

979.9089 284.7092 283.6036 932.8088 284.1143 284.2448 284.2121 284.7244 284.4321 284.3870 888.totdrop 938-9958

www.appleseedlittleschool.com www.tcdschools.com www.dvms.org www.eastbaypreschools.com www.eastbaypreschools.com www.lafayettenurseryschool.com www.merriewood.org www.stanselms.ws/preschool www.oldfirehouseschool.com www.lopc.com www.totdrop.com meherschools.org

1689 School Street 372 Park Street 1350 Moraga Way 1450 Moraga Road 1450 Moraga Road 1695 Canyon Road 1455 St. Mary’s Road 10 Moraga Valley Lane 1678 School Street

376.2600 376.5110 377.8314 376.8000 377.0407 376.8280 376.1751 376.4800x248 376.7900x16

www.eastbaypreschools.com www.tcdschools.com www.fountainheadmontessori.org www.growinglight.net www.growingtreepreschool.com www.eastbaypreschools.com www.mvpctoday.org/nurtury www.saklan.org

30 Santa Maria Way 433 Moraga Way 501 Moraga Way 66 St. Stephen’s Drive 451 Moraga Way 10 Irwin Way

254.7110 254.3429 254.4470 254.3770 254.1364 254.2551

www.fountainheadmontessori.org www.holyshepherd.org www.eastbaypreschools.com www.ststephensorinda.org/ www.stmarksnurseryschool.org www.topsonline.org

MORAGA Bright Beginnings Child Day School Creative Playhouse Fountainhead Montessori Growing Light Montessori Growing Tree Preschool Mulberry Tree Preschool MVPC Nurtury Preschool Saklan Valley School

ORINDA Fountainhead Montessori Holy Shepherd Christian St. John’s Preschool St. Stephen’s Nursery St. Mark’s Nursery TOPS The Orinda Preschool


PUBLIC SCHOOL DISTRICTS: GENERAL INFORMATION Contra Costa County Office of Education, 77 Santa Barbara Road, Pleasant Hill, CA 94523, (925) 942-3388, www.cccoe.k12.ca.us LAFAYETTE Lafayette School District 3477 School Street, Lafayette, CA 94549 (925) 927-3500 www.lafsd.k12.ca.us MORAGA Moraga School District 1540 School Street, Moraga, CA 94556 (925) 376-5943 www.moraga.k12.ca.us ORINDA Orinda Union School District 25 Orinda Way, Suite 200, Orinda, CA 94563 (925) 254-4901 www.orindaschools .org WALNUT CREEK Walnut Creek School District 960 Ygnacio Valley Road, Walnut Creek, CA 94596 (925) 944-6850 www.walnutcreeksd.org ACALANES UNION HIGH SCHOOL DISTRICT 1212 Pleasant Hill Road, Lafayette, CA 94549 (925) 935-2800 www.acalanes.k12.ca.us Acalanes High School 1200 Pleasant Hill Rd. Lafayette, CA 94549 Phone: (925) 280-3970

Campolindo High School 300 Moraga Rd. Moraga, CA 94556 Phone: (925) 280-3950

Las Lomas High School 1460 South Main St. Walnut Creek, CA 94596 Phone: (925) 280-3920

Miramonte High School 750 Moraga Way Orinda, CA 94563 Phone: (925) 280-3930


PRIVATE SCHOOLS LAFAYETTE Child Day School (Pre & K) 1049 Stuart Street 284-7092

ORINDA Contra Costa Alternative School (8th-12th) 10 Irwin Way 254-0199

Diablo Valley Montessori School (Pre & K) 3390 Deer Hill Road 283-6036

Fountainhead Montessori School (Pre-3rd) 30 Santa Maria 254-7110

St. Perpetua School (K-8th) 3445 Hamlin Road 284-1640

North Bay Orinda School (7th-12th) 19 Altarinda Road 254-7553

Temple Isaiah Religious School (K-12th) 3800 Mt. Diablo Blvd. 283-8575

WALNUT CREEK Alice’s Montessori (Pre-K) 3158 Putnam Blvd. 947-0603

Meher School (K-5th) 999 Leland Dr. 938-9958 MORAGA Saklan Valley School of Moraga (Pre-5th) 1678 School Street 376-7900 Child Day School (Pre) School 372 Park Street 376-5110

The Doris-Eaton School (Pre-K – 8th) 1847 Newell Avenue 933-5225 The Seven Hills School (K – 12th) 975 North San Carlos Drive (925) 933-0666


PRIVATE HIGH SCHOOLS The Athenian School

Head-Royce School

Bentley Upper School

Orinda Academy

Berean Christian High School

Palmer School for Boys & Girls

Carondelet High School

Pleasant Hill Adventist Academy

College Preparatory School

The Seven Hills School 975 North San Carlos Drive Walnut Creek, CA 94598 (925) 933-0666

2100 Mt Diablo Scenic Blvd Danville, CA 94506 (925) 837-5375 1000 Upper Happy Valley Road Lafayette, CA 94549 (925) 283-2101 245 El Divisadero Avenue Walnut Creek, CA 94598 (925) 945-6464 1133 Winton Drive Concord, CA 94518 (925) 686-5353 6100 Broadway Oakland, CA 94618 (510) 652-0111

Contra Costa Christian School 2721 Larkey Lane Walnut Creek, CA 94597 (925)934-4964

De La Salle High School 1130 Winton Drive Concord, CA 94518 (925) 288-8100

4315 Lincoln Avenue Oakland, CA 94602 (510) 531-1300 19 Altarinda Road Orinda, CA 94563 (925) 254-7553

2740 Jones Rd. Walnut Creek, CA 94597 (925) 934-4888 796 Grayson Road Pleasant Hill, CA 94523 (925) 934-9261


COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES Four Year Universities

Community Colleges

University of California Berkeley Berkeley, CA 94720 (510) 642-6000

Berkeley City College 2050 Center St Berkeley, CA 94704 (510) 981-2800

California State University East Bay 25800 Carlos B. Blvd. Hayward, CA 94542 (510) 885-3000 CSU East Bay - Contra Costa Campus 4700 Ygnacio Valley Road Concord, CA 94521 (925) 602-6700

Contra Costa College 2600 Mission Bell Drive San Pablo, CA 94806 (510) 235-7801 Diablo Valley College 321 Golf Club Road Pleasant Hill, CA 94523 (925) 685-1230

Holy Names University 3500 Mountain Blvd Oakland, CA 94619 (510) 436-1000

Los Medanos College 2700 East Leland Road Pittsburg, CA 94565 (925) 439-2181

Mills College 5000 MacArthur Blvd Oakland, CA 94613 (510) 430-2255

Additional Centers of Higher Education

Saint Mary's College 1928 St. Marys Road Moraga, CA 94575 (925) 631-4000 Samuel Merritt University 3100 Telegraph Ave Oakland, CA (510) 869-6511

California College of the Arts 5212 Broadway Oakland, CA (510) 594-3600 John F. Kennedy University 100 Ellinwood Way Pleasant Hill, CA 94523 (925) 969-3300


Lamorinda Country Clubs and Swim Clubs Lafayette Las Trampas Pool LMYA Swim Team Oakwood Athletic Club Rancho Colorados Swim and Tennis Club Springbrook Pool Sun Valley

640 St. Marys Road 925-283-8605 1200 Pleasant Hill Rd membership@lmyaswim.com 4000 Mt. Diablo Boulevard 925-283-4000 3016 Rohrer Drive 925-283-5448 Stanley Blvd. Info@SpringbrookPool.com Leland Drive 415-286-3674

Moraga Campo Cabana Club Moraga Country Club Moraga Ranch Swim Club

3799 Campolindo Dr 1600 St. Andrews Drive 8 El Camino Flores

925-284-9816 925-376-2200 P. O. Box 184

Orinda Meadow Swim and Tennis Club Miramonte Swim Club Moraga Valley Swim and Tennis Club Oak Springs Pool Orinda Country Club Orinda Park Pool Sleepy Hollow Swim and Tennis Club

20 Heather Lane 750 Moraga Way 15 Risa Court 39 Spring Road 315 Camino Sobrante 72 El Toyonal 1 Sunnyside Lane

925-254-3860 925-247-8110 925-376-4110 925-389-6006 925-254-4313 510-816-7720 925.254.1126

Alamo Round Hill Country Club

3169 Round Hill Road

925-934-8211

Danville Blackhawk Country Club Crow Canyon Country Club Del Amigo Pool Diablo Country Club

599 Blackhawk Club Drive 711 Silver Lake Drive 601 Glen Road 1700 Clubhouse Road

925-736-6500 925-365-6181 925-362-0723 925-837-4221

Oakland Claremont Country Club Highlands Country Club Oakland Hills Tennis Club Sequoyah Country Club

5295 Broadway Terrace 110 Hiller Drive 5475 Redwood Road 4550 Heafey Road

510-653-6789 510-849-1104 510-531-3300 510-632-2900

Pleasant Hill Contra Costa Country Club Pleasant Hill Aquatics

801 Golf Club Road 468 Boyd Road

925-798-7135 925-932-9595

Walnut Creek Boundary Oak Golf Course Dewing Park Swim Club Rancho San Miguel Swim Club Scottsdale Swim and Tennis Club Woodlands Cabana Club

3800 Valley Vista Road 2016 Olympic Blvd 2727 San Carlos Drive 500 Walnut Ave 111 Longleaf Drive

925-934-4775 925-932-9163 925-939-0821 925-932-4941 925-938-7628


LAMORINDA CHURCH DIRECTORY ANGLICAN CHURCHES: St. John’s Anglican Church, 451 Moraga Way, Orinda, CA, 726-4477 BAPTIST CHURCHES: Calvary of Lafayette, 3201 Stanley Blvd., Lafayette, CA, 935-7507 ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCHES: St. Monica's, 1001 Camino Pablo, Moraga, CA, 376-6900 St. Perpetua, 3454 Hamlin Road, Lafayette, CA, 283-0272 Santa Maria Parish, 40 Santa Maria Way, Orinda, CA, 254-2426 CHRISTIAN CHURCHES: Lafayette Christian Church, 584 Glenside Drive, Lafayette, CA, 283-8304 CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCHES: Christian Science Church, 24 Orinda Way, Orinda, CA, 254-4212 CONGREGATIONAL CHURCHES: Orinda Community Church, 10 Irwin Way, Orinda, CA, 254-4906 EPISCOPAL CHURCHES St. Anselm's Episcopal, 682 Michael Lane, Lafayette, CA, 284-7420 St. Giles Episcopal, 1928 St. Mary’s Road, Moraga, CA, 376-5770 St. Stephen’s Episcopal, 66 St. Stephen’s Dr., Orinda, CA, 254-3770 CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF THE LATTER DAY SAINTS: Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, 3776 Via Granada, Moraga, CA, 284-4924 JEWISH: Temple Isaiah, 945 Risa Road, Lafayette, CA, 283-8575 LUTHERAN CHURCHES: Holy Shepherd Lutheran Church, 433 Moraga Way, Orinda, CA, 254-3422 Our Savior’s Lutheran Church, 1035 Carol Lane, Lafayette, CA, 283-3722 NON-DENOMINATIONAL CHURCHES Refuge Community Church, 155 Moraga Road, Moraga, CA, 942-1000 Willow Spring Church, 1689 School Street, Moraga, CA, 376-3550 ORTHODOX CHURCHES Holy Trinity Serbian Orthodox Church, 1700 School Street, Moraga, CA, 376-5982 St. John Orthodox Church, 501 Moraga Way, Orinda, CA, 258-4255 PRESBYTERIAN Lafayette-Orinda Presbyterian, 49 Knox Drive, Lafayette, CA, 283-8722 Moraga Valley Presbyterian, 10 Moraga Valley Lane, Moraga, CA, 376-4800 UNITED METHODIST Lafayette United Methodist Church, 955 Moraga Road, Lafayette, CA, 284-4765 St. Mark's United Methodist Church, 451 Moraga Way, Orinda, CA, 254-5965


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