Los Altos Hills is one of the most expensive ZIP codes in the country and is strictly single-family residential; a ban on commercial development was upheld in 1973. All services for the town, including the post office, are found in neighboring Los Altos. Zoning regulations require a minimum lot size of one acre in most areas. Numerous vineyards and orchards, as well as equestrian facilities, are found on personal properties. Stunning views of the San Francisco Bay and even the downtown San Francisco skyline can be seen from those properties with higher elevation. Home styles run the gamut from vintage Spanish to eclectic modern, and the vast lot sizes have provided many opportunities for newly constructed estate homes. Parks are all around, along with biking and hiking trails. There are, in fact, 90+ miles of roads and trails. The privacy afforded by Los Altos Hills, as well as the space it allows for guest houses, pools, tennis courts, vineyards, and other fine amenities, has been a strong draw for many of Silicon Valley’s wealthiest. School districts include Los Altos and Palo Alto, each with some of the highest scores in all of California.
Homes in Los Altos Hills have prices ranging from just over $2 million to $25 million.
|Cupertino Union||Montclaire Elementary||K-5|
|Los Altos Elementary||Almond Elementary||K-6|
|Los Altos Elementary||Covington Elementary||K-6|
|Los Altos Elementary||Gardner Bullis School||K-6|
|Los Altos Elementary||Loyola Elementary||K-6|
|Los Altos Elementary||Oak Avenue Elementary||K-6|
|Los Altos Elementary||Santa Rita Elementary||K-6|
|Los Altos Elementary||Springer Elementary||K-6|
|Santa Clara County Office of Education||Bullis Charter||K-8|
|Los Altos Elementary||Georgina P. Blach Intermediate||Middle (7-8)|
|Los Altos Elementary||Egan Junior High||Middle (7-8)|
|Mountain View-Los Altos Union High||Los Altos High||High (9-12)|