Cherryland is a district located in between San Leandro and Hayward to the north and south correspondingly. With a population of a little over 14,000 residents, this town is referred to as a designated place for census collection. A census designated place is a concentration of population recognized by the U.S. Census Bureau for statistical purposes. Because Cherryland is an unincorporated city, it is still governed by Alameda County. The current of the San Lorenzo Creek still flows through the neighborhood’s limits. Although the meaning of this small community’s name is unknown, it’s fair to assume that it has something to do with the agricultural roots of the region.
Cherryland stretches throughout the vast acreage of orchards formerly owned by San Lorenzo Developer: William Meek. Meek, often referred to as the “first farmer” of Alameda County, built a Victorian house in 1869 that still remains preserved by the Hayward Area Recreation and Park District. What is now commonly known as the “Meek Mansion” sits on a 10 acre plot of land on Hampton Street. His beautiful home serves as a reminder of the community’s rich history and its vital role in the development of surrounding regions.
There are 101 private elementary schools, junior high schools and high schools within 20 miles of Cherryland. In addition, over 19,000 students attend private schools within these boundaries.
There are 185 public elementary schools in Cherryland, shared by the Oakland Unified School District, Fremont Unified School District and 31 additional school districts. Furthermore, Cherryland has 51 public high schools and 225 junior high schools with nearly 3,000 students currently enrolled. These numbers represent schools within 20 miles of Cherryland. For more educational options, school ratings and reviews for Hayward visit Greatschools.org
Cherryland is conveniently stationed within 60 miles of 66 different hospitals. The median emergency room wait time is 29.4 minutes. There is also 2 veteran’s hospitals and 1 children’s hospital within 60 miles. In addition, Cherryland ranks the 20th in health outcomes in the state.
There are also 7 medical centers roughly one mile away from Cherryland.
Although many residents would opt to explore the bigger shopping plazas of surrounding regions, Cherryland still has plenty to offer. Golden Tee Golfland is less than 2 miles away with two mini golf courses in a family-friendly environment. This is a perfect attraction for little kids. Golden Tee offers packages for birthday parties and arcade admissions. A little more than a mile away is the famous pool hall, Chalk it Up. This historical billiards comes with a full sports bar and large game room. Also only a few miles from Cherryland is the classic California Diner, Doug’s Place. This cute restaurant serves hearty American food at reasonable prices in a warm and friendly setting.
It’s very important to keep an eye on the market. Housing prices can ebb and flow due to economic, seasonal and local factors. For a true understanding of your property’s value or determining the “right” price to offer for a home, consult with a Realtor. Johanna provides free marketing appraisals in Cherryland.
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