33 San Marino Court
Walnut Creek, CA 94598


33 San Marino Court, Walnut Creek, CA 94598

4 Bedrooms BD

2 Bathrooms BA

Built in 1959

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About 33 San Marino Court

Welcome Home

Welcome to 33 San Marino Court, an extraordinary mid-century modern Eichler situated on a quiet cul-de-sac in the highly coveted neighborhood of Rancho San Miguel in Walnut Creek.  Built in 1959, this gorgeous Atrium-model Eichler boasts a flowing, open-concept floor plan with a focus on bringing the outdoors in.  The architecture, the openness, and lifestyle offer a place to rest, nourish, and celebrate.

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Location Details

33 San Marino Court is conveniently located near many amenities including beautiful hiking trails, shops + boutiques, incredible restaurants, and easy access to public transit and freeways.


Whole Foods is just down the street, and Trader Joe’s is close by as well. Kinders in the Ygnacio Plaza has first-rate meats and marinades. Lunardi’s is a bit further but a Walnut Creek institution and well worth the trip when you have a little more time.

Best Take-Out!

Jack’s Urban Eats has incredible salads. For burgers, you can’t go wrong with Mona’s or Mooyah. Downtown favorites are Lettuce, Pacific Catch and Sunrise Bistro.


The Canal Trail, which is just a quarter mile away, will take you anywhere; Shell Ridge Open Space, a neighborhood favorite, is 3 miles away driving but only one mile if you go by foot.


Lots of great gift stores in downtown WC, such as Maker’s Market and Wish, and larger, more commercial stores at Broadway Plaza, like Anthropoligie, Crate and Barrel, and The Container Store.

Happy Hour!

Calicraft Brewing Co. offers craft beers, and Residual Sugar is a cozy wine bar with an outdoor patio.  Rotator Taproom is perfectly set up for social distancing.


For libraries try Contra Costa Library and the Ygnacio Valley branch; to purchase books for kids and younger readers, you can’t beat Flashlight Books.


Walnut Creek has the best parks!  Heather Farm Park, Arbolado Park, Larkey Park, Civic Park are all great options.

Why Rancho San Miguel?  

The location can’t be beat – San Miguel Park, hiking trails and Heather Farm Park are so close.  The RSM swim club is the place to be in the summer. Beyond the location, there is also such history here. Many owners, including the neighbor next door, have owned their home since it was developed.  The neighborhood association hosts several events, including an egg hunt for the kids at San Miguel Park, and a block party on Labor Day.

Why San Marino Court? 

This block has been known to periodically pull out lawn chairs into the street on Friday nights for snacks and drinks. The neighborhood also goes above and beyond on Halloween – it’s an epic place to come trick or treating.