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36 Apartments for rent in Oakley, CA

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4626 Le Conte Circle
4626 Le Conte Circle
Antioch, CA
4 Bedrooms
$2,700
3438 sqft
Last updated September 24 at 10:54 AM
Beautiful..Like New..Solar powered 4 bedroom, 3.5 bath home features a living room/dining combo as you walk through the door. Then into your gourmet kitchen with beautiful granite countertops and stainless steel appliances.
1 Unit Available
1413 Charisma Way
1413 Charisma Way
Brentwood, CA | Rose Garden
4 Bedrooms
$2,800
2801 sqft
Last updated February 1 at 05:36 PM
Application fee $100 per couple's or $50.00 for any applicant over 18 years of age. • 1 month pay check • 2 months of bank statement 2 Years Rental History 2 Years Work History • ID • Monthly Rent $2,800 per month. Plus, utility's, and Gardener.
1 Unit Available
4660 Palomino Way
4660 Palomino Way
Antioch, CA
1 Bedroom
$1,100
347 sqft
Last updated September 26 at 11:58 AM
4660 Palomino Way Available 10/01/19 Newly remodeled One Bedroom with On-suite full bath! This charmer is a MUST SEE! - With a private entrance, this addition hosts a beautifully remodeled mini-kitchen featuring a stack-able washer/dryer, apartment
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1 Unit Available
Avery at Towncentre
1275 Central Blvd
Brentwood, CA | Towncenter
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$2,500
888 sqft
3 Bedrooms
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Last updated September 24 at 01:46 PM
The Perfect Place to Call Home. Avery at TownCentre offers the best living experience in Brentwood. Avery at TownCentre Apartments combines the best of a small town with convenience to shopping, schools, employment and recreation.
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11 Units Available
Twin Creeks
1111 James Donlon Blvd
Antioch, CA
1 Bedroom
$1,775
2 Bedrooms
$2,170
Last updated September 23 at 07:14 AM
Welcome home to Antioch's premier apartment community, Twin Creeks! You will love being located just minutes from the Contra Loma Reservoir Regional Park, Lone Tree Golf Course, Schools, Shopping, Dining and so much more! Our one & two bedroom homes
1 Unit Available
22 S LAKE DR
22 South Lake Drive
Antioch, CA
2 Bedrooms
$1,895
800 sqft
Last updated September 24 at 01:53 PM
CATHIE MARPLES - 925-634-8040 - Close to shopping and freeway! Directly across from beautiful Lake Alhambra. This unit is upstairs. Private covered parking. Community laundry room. Off street parking. Unit includes refrigerator.
1 Unit Available
4738 Kangaroo Ct
4738 Kangaroo Court
Antioch, CA
4 Bedrooms
$2,500
1762 sqft
Last updated September 24 at 01:53 PM
JORDAN R JOHNSON - Agt: 925-382-9340 - Nice 4 bedroom 3 bath home on a court with 1 bedroom and full bath downstairs. Large backyard. New paint and carpets with laminate flooring downstairs.Credit score above 640 for all applicants over 18.
1 Unit Available
612 Gary Ave
612 Gary Avenue
Antioch, CA
3 Bedrooms
$2,200
1021 sqft
Last updated September 24 at 01:53 PM
Kari Cross - Agt: 925-634-1111 - Cute newly remodeled 3 bedroom, 1 bathroom home with a LARGE backyard! New interior and exterior paint, and new carpet. No rear neighbors, move in ready home.
1 Unit Available
90 Gala
90 Gala Lane
Brentwood, CA
2 Bedrooms
$2,500
1735 sqft
Last updated September 24 at 01:53 PM
HELENE ENGBERG - Agt: 925-354-0975 - 55+ Gated community, no children.
1 Unit Available
808 Tremont Ct
808 Tremont Court
Antioch, CA
4 Bedrooms
$2,495
1857 sqft
Last updated September 24 at 01:53 PM
Mark Jordan - Agt: 925-757-8080 - Lovely one story 4 bedroom home with 2 car garage and large lot. Formal living room, dining room, family room. 2 full baths. Updated kitchen and bath rooms. Newer flooring throughout. Central heat and air.
1 Unit Available
6316 Crystal Springs Cir
6316 Crystal Spring Circle
Discovery Bay, CA
4 Bedrooms
$3,600
3092 sqft
Last updated September 24 at 01:53 PM
MICHELLE STORNETTA - 707-628-1747 - Revel in the comforts of lakeside luxury in Discovery Bay at The Lakes, This beautiful neighborhood – in the area’s only gated master planned community – features elegant residences, high end finishes,
1 Unit Available
2313 Peppertree Way
2313 Peppertree Way
Antioch, CA
2 Bedrooms
$1,850
925 sqft
Last updated September 24 at 01:53 PM
Rene Ferland - 925-683-0112 - 2 bedroom, 1 bath. Rent includes HOA pool, water, garbage, sewer, security guards, and security gates. Section 8 ok
1 Unit Available
2119 Peppertree Way
2119 Peppertree Way
Antioch, CA
2 Bedrooms
$1,850
822 sqft
Last updated September 24 at 01:53 PM
Rene Ferland - 925-683-0112 - Cute single story.Ground floor unit. level in one story. unit close to freeway and Bart. 2 bedroom, 1 bath. Rent includes HOA pool, water, garbage, sewer, security guards, and security gates. Section 8 ok
1 Unit Available
1215 A Street - Unit 8
1215 A Street
Antioch, CA
1 Bedroom
$1,500
530 sqft
Last updated September 24 at 09:42 AM
Beautiful Antioch Apartment! - What a wonderful and cozy single bed and bath in Antioch! Wonderful laminate flooring throughout this open downstairs unit with generous kitchen cabinet space.
1 Unit Available
665 Indiana Ave
665 Indiana Avenue
Brentwood, CA
1 Bedroom
$1,695
400 sqft
Last updated September 24 at 09:42 AM
This cozy home is a five-minute walk to the start of downtown Brentwood. It has 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom, and a storage room. Additionally, there is a shed in the backyard that can be used for extra storage.
1 Unit Available
2209 Lemontree Way Unit 1
2209 Lemontree Way
Antioch, CA
2 Bedrooms
$2,200
903 sqft
Last updated September 24 at 09:42 AM
Updated Single Story 2 bedroom, 1 bathroom Townhome in Antioch. Section 8 OK - 2 bedroom, 1 bath in Antioch. Tile and Laminate throughout. Microwave, Dishwasher, Stove and Refrigerator included. Garbage and water service included.
1 Unit Available
605 W. 13th St
605 West 13th Street
Antioch, CA
2 Bedrooms
$1,975
832 sqft
Last updated September 24 at 09:41 AM
Antioch - Updated 2 Bedroom Home For Rent - This remodeled 2 bedroom house features: - New Hardwood Laminate Floors - Fresh Interior Paint Throughout - New Kitchen Countertops - Large Open Floor Plan - Washer / Dryer Hook-ups - Large Driveway +
1 Unit Available
601 W. 13th St
601 West 13th Street
Antioch, CA
2 Bedrooms
$1,900
815 sqft
Last updated September 24 at 09:41 AM
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1 Unit Available
421 Bayonett Ct
421 Boyonette Court
Brentwood, CA | Deer Ridge Country Club
4 Bedrooms
$3,200
3127 sqft
Last updated September 24 at 09:41 AM
Spacious home in Deer Ridge - Beautiful 4 bedroom 4 bath home in a court location. Open kitchen with upgraded cabinets and granite counters. Crown mounding throughout. Downstairs has tile and hardwood floors. Bedroom and full bath downstairs.
1 Unit Available
1582 Braeburn Way
1582 Braeburn Way
Brentwood, CA
2 Bedrooms
$2,500
1121 sqft
Last updated September 24 at 09:41 AM
55+ Summerset 1 Home! - Summerset is an active 55+ year old community offering a variety of shared amenities including secure gate access with sentry, 18 hole golf course, pool, clubhouse, tennis courts and more! One occupant must be over the age of
1 Unit Available
2118 Peppertree Way Unit 1
2118 Peppertree Way
Antioch, CA
2 Bedrooms
$1,700
822 sqft
Last updated September 24 at 09:41 AM
Move-in! Remodeled 2 bedroom, 1 bath, single story! - Reduced! Move-in ready! Beautifully remodeled 2 bedrooms and bath, single story. Kitchen with stove/oven/refrigerator/pantry. Breakfast bar. Large dinette area. A/C Shared laundry and garage.
1 Unit Available
4504 Muledeer Ct
4504 Muledeer Court
Antioch, CA
4 Bedrooms
$2,550
2330 sqft
Last updated September 24 at 04:53 AM
4504 Muledeer Ct, Antioch, CA 94509, 4 bedrooms plus loft (could be 5th bedroom), 3 baths, 2,330 sq ft, Lot: 6,200 sq ft, Built in 1995, This house features a: 2 story - 4 bedrooms - 3 Bathrooms - 3 car garage - located in court in a great Antioch
1 Unit Available
1021 Stonecrest Dr
1021 Stonecrest Drive
Antioch, CA
4 Bedrooms
$2,600
1605 sqft
Last updated May 14 at 09:37 AM
Beautiful Single Story 4 Bedroom, 2 Bath Antioch Home - Beautiful single story home with private backyard. Living room and dining area with vaulted ceiling and beautiful newer flooring.
1 Unit Available
84 Baird Circle
84 Baird Cir
Brentwood, CA
4 Bedrooms
$2,900
2050 sqft
Last updated April 4 at 11:14 AM
Close to Everything! - You will love this beautiful 4 bedroom and 3.5 bath home centrally located in the heart of Brentwood. With a large two-car garage and back yard. Walk up to the porch facing a quiet street .
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Frequently Asked Questions
How much is rent in Oakley?
In Oakley, the median rent is $1,588 for a studio, $1,952 for a 1-bedroom, $2,452 for a 2-bedroom, and $3,299 for a 3-bedroom. For more information on rental trends in Oakley, check out our monthly Oakley Rent Report.
How much is rent in Oakley?
In Oakley, the median rent is $1,588 for a studio, $1,952 for a 1-bedroom, $2,452 for a 2-bedroom, and $3,299 for a 3-bedroom. For more information on rental trends in Oakley, check out our monthly Oakley Rent Report.
How can I find a pet-friendly apartment in Oakley?
You can use the pet-friendly filter to find apartments that allow pets.
How can I find a pet-friendly apartment in Oakley?
You can use the pet-friendly filter to find apartments that allow pets.
How can I tour apartments during the COVID-19 pandemic?
While some Oakley properties may not allow visitors at this time, most are open for business by phone or email. Please reach out to them directly for virtual touring options. Additionally, some properties may offer video and 3D tours, which can be found on the listing details page.
How can I tour apartments during the COVID-19 pandemic?
While some Oakley properties may not allow visitors at this time, most are open for business by phone or email. Please reach out to them directly for virtual touring options. Additionally, some properties may offer video and 3D tours, which can be found on the listing details page.
How much should I pay for rent in Oakley?
The answer to this question depends on your household income and a couple of other factors. You can use our Rent Calculator to figure out how much you should spend on rent in Oakley.
How much should I pay for rent in Oakley?
The answer to this question depends on your household income and a couple of other factors. You can use our Rent Calculator to figure out how much you should spend on rent in Oakley.
How can I find off-campus housing in Oakley?
You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Oakley. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include California College of the Arts, University of California-Hastings College of Law, California State University-East Bay, California State University-Sacramento, and University of California-Berkeley.
How can I find off-campus housing in Oakley?
You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Oakley. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include California College of the Arts, University of California-Hastings College of Law, California State University-East Bay, California State University-Sacramento, and University of California-Berkeley.

Median Rent in Oakley

Last updated May 2015
The median rent for a 1 bedroom apartment in Oakley is $1,952, while the median rent for a 2 bedroom apartment is $2,452.
Studio
$1,588
1 Bed
$1,952
2 Beds
$2,452
3+ Beds
$3,299
City GuideOakley
Oakley: A quaint suburb with a name that literally means "meadow of oak trees."
Oakley: A quaint suburb with a name that literally means "meadow of oak trees."

Oakley is a quiet, rather new city located in the eastern portion of the San Francisco Bay Area. Currently, about 35,000 people call Oakley their home. Although the city was only incorporated in 1999, there's no shortage of places to live, learn, and play in this former farming town. Since Oakley is farther inland than San Francisco, the summers can be a little bit warmer than on the bay. But don't worry; temperatures rarely get above 96 degrees, and the winter temperatures don't often drop below 40 degrees. So if you're looking for extreme weather, you won't find it here, unless you're afraid of occasional rain and fog. Oh, and as you search for apartments in Oakley, don't confuse this city with Oakland, a much larger area closer to the bay.

Finding Rental Properties in Oakley

One advantage of being more inland than most San Francisco Bay Area suburbs is the lower cost of housing. Instead of settling for a tiny studio apartment with shockingly high rent, you can find spacious apartments and even houses for less than you might be used to if you're from a big, cramped city. But don't get too excited, because the cost of living in Oakley is still higher than average, about 13 percent higher than the average city, so housing prices are not exactly rock bottom.

What kinds of prices can you expect?

Well, as with any area, rental property costs range depending on the neighborhood you choose and the quality and size of the home. But in general, you can expect to find two-bedroom apartments starting at a price that's a bit more reasonable than neighboring San Francisco.

How much competition will you have for rentals?

The rental vacancy rate in Oakley is about 5 percent, and only about 24 percent of people who live in this city rent. You might not have much competition since most people prefer to buy in Oakley, but you should still start looking for places to rent at least one month before you need to move.

What do you need to rent property?

Most property owners will want to check your credit report and any references you have from previous rentals. You should also bring proof of income, such as your last two pay stubs, to show you have a job and can afford to rent in Oakley.

Finding Rental Properties in Oakley
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One advantage of being more inland than most San Francisco Bay Area suburbs is the lower cost of housing. Instead of settling for a tiny studio apartment with shockingly high rent, you can find spacious apartments and even houses for less than you might be used to if you're from a big, cramped city. But don't get too excited, because the cost of living in Oakley is still higher than average, about 13 percent higher than the average city, so housing prices are not exactly rock bottom.

What kinds of prices can you expect?

Well, as with any area, rental property costs range depending on the neighborhood you choose and the quality and size of the home. But in general, you can expect to find two-bedroom apartments starting at a price that's a bit more reasonable than neighboring San Francisco.

How much competition will you have for rentals?

The rental vacancy rate in Oakley is about 5 percent, and only about 24 percent of people who live in this city rent. You might not have much competition since most people prefer to buy in Oakley, but you should still start looking for places to rent at least one month before you need to move.

What do you need to rent property?

Most property owners will want to check your credit report and any references you have from previous rentals. You should also bring proof of income, such as your last two pay stubs, to show you have a job and can afford to rent in Oakley.

Oakley Neighborhoods

You don't have to be a local to get familiar with what's available in the main neighborhoods of Oakley. In fact, before you starting looking for places to rent, you should get an idea of the type of housing and character each area has.

Bethel Island: If you like laid back, well-established areas with affordable housing, Bethel Island may be ideal for you. This neighborhood features lots of studios and one or two-bedroom apartments for rent, as well as some older houses and mobile homes. It should be easy to find a rental here since the vacancy rate is nearly 20 percent.

Main St. and Teakwood Dr: This is another established, affordable area in Oakley. If you want to rent a larger apartment or seek a high-rise building, give this neighborhood a look. Just be aware of its rather low vacancy rate and above-average demand for housing.

City Center: You'll find lots of medium and large houses, in addition to mobile homes in this area. Though it's inexpensive to buy a home here, the rental costs are higher than average. The good news is that the area is quite walkable.

Sand Hill: If you need a rental property, you'll be happy to know that the rental costs in this suburban neighborhood are lower than most cities in California. At the same time, it is expensive to buy a home here, so renting is a good idea.

Oakley Neighborhoods
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You don't have to be a local to get familiar with what's available in the main neighborhoods of Oakley. In fact, before you starting looking for places to rent, you should get an idea of the type of housing and character each area has.

Bethel Island: If you like laid back, well-established areas with affordable housing, Bethel Island may be ideal for you. This neighborhood features lots of studios and one or two-bedroom apartments for rent, as well as some older houses and mobile homes. It should be easy to find a rental here since the vacancy rate is nearly 20 percent.

Main St. and Teakwood Dr: This is another established, affordable area in Oakley. If you want to rent a larger apartment or seek a high-rise building, give this neighborhood a look. Just be aware of its rather low vacancy rate and above-average demand for housing.

City Center: You'll find lots of medium and large houses, in addition to mobile homes in this area. Though it's inexpensive to buy a home here, the rental costs are higher than average. The good news is that the area is quite walkable.

Sand Hill: If you need a rental property, you'll be happy to know that the rental costs in this suburban neighborhood are lower than most cities in California. At the same time, it is expensive to buy a home here, so renting is a good idea.

Living in Oakley

When you want to live in a tranquil suburb and work in a major city, Oakley is your answer. You can enjoy all that suburbia has to offer without giving up the many job opportunities you'll find closer to San Francisco. It's no wonder so many choose to commute just so they can afford to live in a nice new area away from the big city. You'll need a car in this city, especially if you plan to commute to work. In fact, take note that for many people in Oakley, the commute to work takes over an hour, which is the tradeoff of living in a suburb. Make sure you not only have a car, but that you also look for a place to rent near the highway that you will take to get to work if you want to shorten your commute. Public transportation in Oakley is offered through the Tri Delta bus. Its four routes can take you around the city.

If you're looking for a newer area to settle down in, and you don't mind living inland from the Bay, Oakley is a viable option. And if you enjoy being near shady oak trees and breathtaking vineyards (who doesn't?), this area is definitely for you.

Living in Oakley
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When you want to live in a tranquil suburb and work in a major city, Oakley is your answer. You can enjoy all that suburbia has to offer without giving up the many job opportunities you'll find closer to San Francisco. It's no wonder so many choose to commute just so they can afford to live in a nice new area away from the big city. You'll need a car in this city, especially if you plan to commute to work. In fact, take note that for many people in Oakley, the commute to work takes over an hour, which is the tradeoff of living in a suburb. Make sure you not only have a car, but that you also look for a place to rent near the highway that you will take to get to work if you want to shorten your commute. Public transportation in Oakley is offered through the Tri Delta bus. Its four routes can take you around the city.

If you're looking for a newer area to settle down in, and you don't mind living inland from the Bay, Oakley is a viable option. And if you enjoy being near shady oak trees and breathtaking vineyards (who doesn't?), this area is definitely for you.

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City GuideOakley
Oakley: A quaint suburb with a name that literally means "meadow of oak trees."
Oakley: A quaint suburb with a name that literally means "meadow of oak trees."

Oakley is a quiet, rather new city located in the eastern portion of the San Francisco Bay Area. Currently, about 35,000 people call Oakley their home. Although the city was only incorporated in 1999, there's no shortage of places to live, learn, and play in this former farming town. Since Oakley is farther inland than San Francisco, the summers can be a little bit warmer than on the bay. But don't worry; temperatures rarely get above 96 degrees, and the winter temperatures don't often drop below 40 degrees. So if you're looking for extreme weather, you won't find it here, unless you're afraid of occasional rain and fog. Oh, and as you search for apartments in Oakley, don't confuse this city with Oakland, a much larger area closer to the bay.

Finding Rental Properties in Oakley

One advantage of being more inland than most San Francisco Bay Area suburbs is the lower cost of housing. Instead of settling for a tiny studio apartment with shockingly high rent, you can find spacious apartments and even houses for less than you might be used to if you're from a big, cramped city. But don't get too excited, because the cost of living in Oakley is still higher than average, about 13 percent higher than the average city, so housing prices are not exactly rock bottom.

What kinds of prices can you expect?

Well, as with any area, rental property costs range depending on the neighborhood you choose and the quality and size of the home. But in general, you can expect to find two-bedroom apartments starting at a price that's a bit more reasonable than neighboring San Francisco.

How much competition will you have for rentals?

The rental vacancy rate in Oakley is about 5 percent, and only about 24 percent of people who live in this city rent. You might not have much competition since most people prefer to buy in Oakley, but you should still start looking for places to rent at least one month before you need to move.

What do you need to rent property?

Most property owners will want to check your credit report and any references you have from previous rentals. You should also bring proof of income, such as your last two pay stubs, to show you have a job and can afford to rent in Oakley.

Finding Rental Properties in Oakley
+

One advantage of being more inland than most San Francisco Bay Area suburbs is the lower cost of housing. Instead of settling for a tiny studio apartment with shockingly high rent, you can find spacious apartments and even houses for less than you might be used to if you're from a big, cramped city. But don't get too excited, because the cost of living in Oakley is still higher than average, about 13 percent higher than the average city, so housing prices are not exactly rock bottom.

What kinds of prices can you expect?

Well, as with any area, rental property costs range depending on the neighborhood you choose and the quality and size of the home. But in general, you can expect to find two-bedroom apartments starting at a price that's a bit more reasonable than neighboring San Francisco.

How much competition will you have for rentals?

The rental vacancy rate in Oakley is about 5 percent, and only about 24 percent of people who live in this city rent. You might not have much competition since most people prefer to buy in Oakley, but you should still start looking for places to rent at least one month before you need to move.

What do you need to rent property?

Most property owners will want to check your credit report and any references you have from previous rentals. You should also bring proof of income, such as your last two pay stubs, to show you have a job and can afford to rent in Oakley.

Oakley Neighborhoods

You don't have to be a local to get familiar with what's available in the main neighborhoods of Oakley. In fact, before you starting looking for places to rent, you should get an idea of the type of housing and character each area has.

Bethel Island: If you like laid back, well-established areas with affordable housing, Bethel Island may be ideal for you. This neighborhood features lots of studios and one or two-bedroom apartments for rent, as well as some older houses and mobile homes. It should be easy to find a rental here since the vacancy rate is nearly 20 percent.

Main St. and Teakwood Dr: This is another established, affordable area in Oakley. If you want to rent a larger apartment or seek a high-rise building, give this neighborhood a look. Just be aware of its rather low vacancy rate and above-average demand for housing.

City Center: You'll find lots of medium and large houses, in addition to mobile homes in this area. Though it's inexpensive to buy a home here, the rental costs are higher than average. The good news is that the area is quite walkable.

Sand Hill: If you need a rental property, you'll be happy to know that the rental costs in this suburban neighborhood are lower than most cities in California. At the same time, it is expensive to buy a home here, so renting is a good idea.

Oakley Neighborhoods
+

You don't have to be a local to get familiar with what's available in the main neighborhoods of Oakley. In fact, before you starting looking for places to rent, you should get an idea of the type of housing and character each area has.

Bethel Island: If you like laid back, well-established areas with affordable housing, Bethel Island may be ideal for you. This neighborhood features lots of studios and one or two-bedroom apartments for rent, as well as some older houses and mobile homes. It should be easy to find a rental here since the vacancy rate is nearly 20 percent.

Main St. and Teakwood Dr: This is another established, affordable area in Oakley. If you want to rent a larger apartment or seek a high-rise building, give this neighborhood a look. Just be aware of its rather low vacancy rate and above-average demand for housing.

City Center: You'll find lots of medium and large houses, in addition to mobile homes in this area. Though it's inexpensive to buy a home here, the rental costs are higher than average. The good news is that the area is quite walkable.

Sand Hill: If you need a rental property, you'll be happy to know that the rental costs in this suburban neighborhood are lower than most cities in California. At the same time, it is expensive to buy a home here, so renting is a good idea.

Living in Oakley

When you want to live in a tranquil suburb and work in a major city, Oakley is your answer. You can enjoy all that suburbia has to offer without giving up the many job opportunities you'll find closer to San Francisco. It's no wonder so many choose to commute just so they can afford to live in a nice new area away from the big city. You'll need a car in this city, especially if you plan to commute to work. In fact, take note that for many people in Oakley, the commute to work takes over an hour, which is the tradeoff of living in a suburb. Make sure you not only have a car, but that you also look for a place to rent near the highway that you will take to get to work if you want to shorten your commute. Public transportation in Oakley is offered through the Tri Delta bus. Its four routes can take you around the city.

If you're looking for a newer area to settle down in, and you don't mind living inland from the Bay, Oakley is a viable option. And if you enjoy being near shady oak trees and breathtaking vineyards (who doesn't?), this area is definitely for you.

Living in Oakley
+

When you want to live in a tranquil suburb and work in a major city, Oakley is your answer. You can enjoy all that suburbia has to offer without giving up the many job opportunities you'll find closer to San Francisco. It's no wonder so many choose to commute just so they can afford to live in a nice new area away from the big city. You'll need a car in this city, especially if you plan to commute to work. In fact, take note that for many people in Oakley, the commute to work takes over an hour, which is the tradeoff of living in a suburb. Make sure you not only have a car, but that you also look for a place to rent near the highway that you will take to get to work if you want to shorten your commute. Public transportation in Oakley is offered through the Tri Delta bus. Its four routes can take you around the city.

If you're looking for a newer area to settle down in, and you don't mind living inland from the Bay, Oakley is a viable option. And if you enjoy being near shady oak trees and breathtaking vineyards (who doesn't?), this area is definitely for you.