Burlingame

Burlingame Station Caltrain

Burlingame Station Caltrain

Burlingame CA 94010 Offers Recreation, Education, and History  Whether they know it or not, most visitors to San Francisco actually begin their visits in Burlingame, CA. That’s right, the San Francisco Airport is actually situated south of San Francisco and across the Bay, over in one of the most beautiful areas in all of California. Burlingame residents enjoy a lot more in their small town than their proximity to the airport, though.

Downtown Burlingame

Downtown Burlingame

Downtown Burlingame February early morning

Downtown Burlingame February early morning

Bakery

Bakery

Downtown Burlingame

Downtown Burlingame

Downtown Burlingame

Downtown Burlingame

Downtown Burlingame

Downtown Burlingame

1701 Coyote Point Drive, San Mateo, CA 94401

Coyote Point Park

Coyote Point Park Residents who enjoy their time outdoors love Coyote Point Park. For an active walker, it’s just a 30-minute stroll from the CalTrain station, and it’s an even easier drive if you have your family and a picnic lunch with you. Enjoy the beautiful view of the bay while the kids enjoy the playground! If you’re up for a little bit more driving, there are numerous other parks and recreation centers within range of Burlingame, CA. Without even crossing the Bay, you can explore any number of coastal and forest wonders.

Burlingame Library

Burlingame Library

For bookworms, a trip to the Burlingame Public Library is absolutely essential. Established in 1909, the library has a long and rich history in the community of Burlingame, CA. Residents also have access to a number of hidden local treasures, including one of Burlingame’s best-kept secrets, the Burlingame Wurlitzer Fountain.

Wurlitzer Fountain Three Dancing Maidens

Hidden Treasures-Wurlitzer Fountain Three Dancing Maidens

Tucked into the Chapin Avenue Motor Court, you’ll find an exquisite fountain created by famed sculptor Walter Schott (1861-1938). Schott considered this sculpted fountain of three dancing maidens to be his crowning achievement, and he recast it nearly 40 times before he was finally happy with the outcome. Now it is available for all Burlingame residents and visitors to enjoy, if they know where to look! To learn more about the hidden (and not-so-hidden) attractions in and around Burlingame, CA, call (650)898-4863, or send an email to SarahParsons@realtor.com.

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Map of Burlingame

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