We've already mentioned Danville has some of the most expensive real estate in the nation, but you're still here, so clearly that hasn't scared you away. Finding the right neighborhood will dictate much of your life in the city, so be sure to do your research before picking your new home.
Diablo: If you want the big city lifestyle without the big city, then this neighborhood is for you. People here enjoy the theater and other arts, as well as fine dining and superior wines. Spend the evening on the town, and the weekends shopping at the boutiques. The vacancy rate here is 0.6 percent...clearly Diablo is a highly sought after area.
Blackhawk Rd / Diablo Rd: This is one of the best places to live in California and across the nation.
Camino Tassajara / Blackhawk Plaza Cir: This is one of the best neighborhoods, and is among the wealthiest in the nation, with only 0.08 percent of neighborhoods in the U.S. being wealthier--not that anyone's counting. Summer vacations to other countries and other luxuries are common to the residents living here.
Blackhawk: A thriving neighborhood that is suitable for those seeking a sophisticated urban lifestyle. The vacancy rate is a bit higher here than other neighborhoods at a whopping 7.4 percent.
Town Center: Perfect for those workers that like a little peace and relaxation at night--Town Center is known for being a very quiet neighborhood.
Sycamore Valley Rd W: If you love the arts, music, live theater and literature, you will fit right in at Sycamore Valley Road West. People here enjoy such things as venturing to the symphony or going to a ballet performance. Vacancy rate is 2.1 percent, so you may have some competition come apartment hunting season.
Camino Tassajara: This is another great neighborhood with that community feel. Vacancy rate is 1.6 percent, so be prepared to sign a lease quickly if you find a suitable spot.
Fairview St / Woodranch Cir: Perfect for those seeking a quality-sophisticated urban lifestyle. Currently, this neighborhood has a 0 percent vacancy rate, so it's nearly impossible to find anything here.
Saint George Rd / Crow Canyon Rd: Perfect for people to mingle and find others with similar interests, the vacancy rate is 1.3 percent and the rent is some of the highest in the area.
Camino Ramon / Fostoria Way: This neighborhood offers an executive lifestyle, so it's no coincidence that it's full of executives, managers, and other business professionals. People must be pleased with the area, as the vacancy rate here is only 1.8 percent.
Well, it's California through and through. What more can we say? Danville on average sees 260 days of sunshine, out of the 365 days in a year. The average temperature in July is 71 degrees, with daytime highs as hot as 111 degrees and nighttime lows as cool as 49 degrees. January, the coldest month in Danville, sees an average of 46 degrees. However, it's still been known to get as high as 73 degrees in the winter. If you're outdoors-y, it's easy to find activities to do all year round.