Pinole Real Estate: Homes for Sale

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"Moving to the Bay Area from LA we needed a realtor and fast! We stumbled upon a website that had Cindy's picture on it and said "she looks nice and honest" so lets go with her. Our instincts were correct. Cindy held our hands, advised us and assisted in the transition from LA. Cindy fought for us and we are now living in the house we wanted and our relationship has carried on beyond the closing of escrow. We can't imagine our experience being any better than it was with Cindy. We think of Cindy Wilson as a lady, a realtor and a friend."

The Rogers family (purchased 8/09)

Here's Why You'll Love Pinole

Here's Why You'll Love Pinole

Pinole Farmer's Market

The Pinole Farmer’s Market opens every Saturday between 9:00 am and 1:00 pm. It is opened year round at Fernandez Park and vendors offer fresh and organic fruits and veggies. Sometimes you can find specialty items like freshly made juice, hummus and organic granola, and fresh seafood.

Small Town Vibe

As of 2014, there were only 19,100 residents in Pinole and that number only went up by a tiny .3% since 2000.  Pinole has a friendly small town vibe where people tend to know each other and things remain the same.  Some businesses such as the classic diner, Foster’s Freeze looks much like is has for generations.

Historic Old Town

In the Old Town section of Pinole, which overlooks San Pablo Bay and was incorporated as a city in 1903, you’ll find attractive and charming commercial buildings along with Queen Anne and Italianate cottages dating to the 1800s. The Pinole Creek Cafe offers fine dining in a historic victorian home.

Affordability

Compared to elsewhere in the Bay Area, Pinole remains relatively affordable. In 2018, the median home value in Pinole was $574,300. Home values have gone up 7.8% over the past year and Zillow predicts they will rise 6.9% within the next year.  That price compares favorably to the average price in Contra Costa County which was $622,800 in 2018. There are still bargains to be found.  In fact, in 2018, the Property Brothers show on HGTV was looking for a property to fix up and flip in Oakland.  When they couldn’t find anything affordable, they turned to Pinole.

Waterfront Living

Many Bay Area residents don’t realize that Pinole has some fabulous water views on San Pablo Bay. One of the best spots to view the water is at Pinole’s Bayfront Park.  At low-tide fishermen walk out into the bay to catch sturgeon and they also fish from the shoreline. There is an attractive grassy area along with picnic tables and barbecue stations and access to a small sandy beach.

Shopping

You’ll find most everything you need in Pinole. The Pinole Vista Shopping Centers offers big box stores such as Best Buy, Target and Burlington.  Grocery store options abound and include Trader Joe’s and the newly built Sprouts Farmers Market.

Pinole Farmer's Market

The Pinole Farmer’s Market opens every Saturday between 9:00 am and 1:00 pm. It is opened year round at Fernandez Park and vendors offer fresh and organic fruits and veggies. Sometimes you can find specialty items like freshly made juice, hummus and organic granola, and fresh seafood.

Small Town Vibe

As of 2014, there were only 19,100 residents in Pinole and that number only went up by a tiny .3% since 2000.  Pinole has a friendly small town vibe where people tend to know each other and things remain the same.  Some businesses such as the classic diner, Foster’s Freeze looks much like is has for generations.

Historic Old Town

In the Old Town section of Pinole, which overlooks San Pablo Bay and was incorporated as a city in 1903, you’ll find attractive and charming commercial buildings along with Queen Anne and Italianate cottages dating to the 1800s. The Pinole Creek Cafe offers fine dining in a historic victorian home.

Affordability

Compared to elsewhere in the Bay Area, Pinole remains relatively affordable. In 2018, the median home value in Pinole was $574,300. Home values have gone up 7.8% over the past year and Zillow predicts they will rise 6.9% within the next year.  That price compares favorably to the average price in Contra Costa County which was $622,800 in 2018. There are still bargains to be found.  In fact, in 2018, the Property Brothers show on HGTV was looking for a property to fix up and flip in Oakland.  When they couldn’t find anything affordable, they turned to Pinole.

Waterfront Living

Many Bay Area residents don’t realize that Pinole has some fabulous water views on San Pablo Bay. One of the best spots to view the water is at Pinole’s Bayfront Park.  At low-tide fishermen walk out into the bay to catch sturgeon and they also fish from the shoreline. There is an attractive grassy area along with picnic tables and barbecue stations and access to a small sandy beach.

Shopping

You’ll find most everything you need in Pinole. The Pinole Vista Shopping Centers offers big box stores such as Best Buy, Target and Burlington.  Grocery store options abound and include Trader Joe’s and the newly built Sprouts Farmers Market.

Pinole. CA Demographic Information

Pinole, CA Market Statistics (from Zillow)

Real Estate Market Stats

Zillow Home Value Index: $573,300

Home Size in Square Feet

Year Built

Local National
Zillow Home Value Index $573,300 $226,800
Median Single Family Home Value $580,100 $226,300
Median Condo Value $358,600 $235,200
Median 2-Bedroom Home Value $426,800 $174,600
Median 3-Bedroom Home Value $557,700 $219,900
Median 4-Bedroom Home Value $648,500 $348,700
Percent Homes Decreasing 35 2,709,624
Median List Price Per Sq Ft $370 $140
Median Sale Price $541,800 $234,900
Property Tax 35 2,709,624
Turnover (Sold Within Last Yr.) 35 2,709,624
1-Yr. Change 1.6% 5.4%

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(510) 685-5412

Cindy Wilson
2284 San Pablo Ave #1
Pinole, CA 94564

(510) 685-5412

Realtor BRE# 01271618