Interested in Menlo Park real estate and homes for sale? Below, please find a searchable map displaying residential properties for sale in Menlo Park. These will include available single family homes (detached and attached), condominiums, and townhomes. Other types of Menlo Park real estate, such as duplexes through fourplexes, are not displayed here.
Why is Menlo Park real estate so popular?
This charming town is highly sought after for many reasons. It enjoys scenic beauty in gentle foothills, boasts a lovely downtown area of its own, and is in close proximity to a number of nearby draws: Stanford University, Stanford Hospital and medical care, Stanford Shopping Center, and of course many Silicon Valley employment centers. First class health care, shopping, dining, and events are all at your fingertips here.
Home prices reflect the desirability of the area and are accordingly steep, particularly west of El Camino Real. Menlo Park real estate prices tend to be lower the closer you get to 101 and the bay. The “walk to town” neighborhoods and those closer to the foothills generally will cost a bit more if all else is equal. The Sharon Park area enjoys lovely views in many areas, but some parts are also just a few blocks from some stores and shops along Sand Hill Road, making these areas even more highly prized.
The Menlo Park real estate market trends and statistics
How’s the Menlo Park real estate market? The Menlo Park real estate market is competitive, and prices are steep due to the town’s enduring desirability and close-in location in Silicon Valley. Multiple offers, home sales well above list price with no contingencies and free rent backs to sellers are not uncommon at all.
You can check it out and get all the latest data and stats on my RE Report for anywhere in San Mateo County, Santa Clara County, or Santa Cruz County. Info provided include the average and median sale prices, the average days on market, number of pending properties, months of inventory, the average list price to sale price, and much more. You can view the data relative to the prior month and the prior year. It’s separated into the market trends and statistics for single family homes or houses in Menlo Park and also the Menlo Park condo and townhouse segment of the market. Want to dig deeper? The info goes back all the way to