Bucolic landscapes and quiet yet expansive living create an allure for prospective residents looking to call the Atherton neighborhood home
Tucked away in the northeast section of Atherton is the exclusive and affluent neighborhood of Lindenwood. With no through traffic and pastoral landscapes dotted by California oaks, it’s not difficult to imagine what makes Lindenwood such a sought-after neighborhood.
In the heart of Lindenwood, the community’s well-known street Flood Circle pays homage to one of the area’s most prominent residents, James Clair Flood. His estate, the 1939-built Linden Towers, is the community’s namesake.
A refined community, you’ll find the quiet, tree-canopied streets are perfect for evening strolls or sun-soaked bike rides, where residents value their privacy and the quiet above all else. The energy in the neighborhood is familial and creates a welcoming feel thanks to both newer and established residents of the area.
Like Lindenwood, nearby communities are consistent with the small-town feel and include exceptional upscale shopping and dining for residents. Most Lindenwood neighbors visit Atherton’s Holbrook-Palmer Park, Atherton’s only public park and home to some 22 acres of breathtaking gardens and indoor-outdoor sports facilities.
Lindenwood provides residents with proximity to the area’s highest-rated schools, and fun family-friendly haunts are a short 10-minute drive in downtown Menlo Park. Notable schools in the Lindenwood area include:
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