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3235 Mt Diablo Blvd.,

Lafayette, CA 94549

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The Neighborhood: Paloma Lafayette


Paloma Lafayette

Hidden gem with spacious residences in a tranquil location


Welcome to Paloma Lafayette


Paloma is a peaceful suburban condominium development nestled between the Contra Costa County cities of Lafayette and Walnut Creek. Paloma features 18 single-level homes ranging from 1,300 to 2,400 square feet in size. Each home features elegant interiors crafted by award-winning design firm CDC Design. Paloma’s residences each enjoy spacious private decks and patios. This idyllic development is family-friendly and community-oriented.

Paloma is a hidden gem in a tranquil setting close to the vibrant downtown areas of both Lafayette and Walnut Creek. Paloma is also within easy reach of both cities’ BART stations. Access to Highway 24 and Interstate 680 makes this is an ideal spot for commuters heading into other Bay Area locations for work.


What to Love

  • Peaceful setting

  • Elegant interior design

  • Close to Lafayette and Walnut Creek

  • Convenient transportation links

  • People & Lifestyle


Paloma is a quiet residential haven within easy reach of diverse attractions and amenities throughout Contra Costa County and the wider Bay Area. From expansive open space preserves to upscale shopping and dining, Paloma is close to plenty to satisfy all tastes.


Dining, Entertainment & Shopping


Just minutes from Paloma, Mount Diablo Boulevard in downtown Lafayette offers an excellent selection of restaurants and retailers. Postino is a refined Italian restaurant serving authentic cuisine in a stylish setting. Postino’s rustic interior features exposed brickwork and roaring fireplaces. Outdoor seating allows for al fresco dining beneath the sunshine. Other popular dining choices include elevated Californian comfort cuisine at The Hideout Kitchen, gastropub eats served with craft beer at Social Bird, and American farm-to-table dining with a French twist at the Park Lafayette Hotel’s Park Bistro & Bar


Paloma is a hidden gem in a tranquil setting close to the vibrant downtown areas of both Lafayette and Walnut Creek. Paloma is also within easy reach of both cities’ BART stations. Access to Highway 24 and Interstate 680 makes this is an ideal spot for commuters heading into other Bay Area locations for work.


What to Love

  • Peaceful setting

  • Elegant interior design

  • Close to Lafayette and Walnut Creek

  • Convenient transportation links

  • People & Lifestyle


Paloma is a quiet residential haven within easy reach of diverse attractions and amenities throughout Contra Costa County and the wider Bay Area. From expansive open space preserves to upscale shopping and dining, Paloma is close to plenty to satisfy all tastes.


Dining, Entertainment & Shopping


Just minutes from Paloma, Mount Diablo Boulevard in downtown Lafayette offers an excellent selection of restaurants and retailers. Postino is a refined Italian restaurant serving authentic cuisine in a stylish setting. Postino’s rustic interior features exposed brickwork and roaring fireplaces. Outdoor seating allows for al fresco dining beneath the sunshine. Other popular dining choices include elevated Californian comfort cuisine at The Hideout Kitchen, gastropub eats served with craft beer at Social Bird, and American farm-to-table dining with a French twist at the Park Lafayette Hotel’s Park Bistro & Bar



Diablo Foods is an upscale grocery store offering many specialty products, delicious ready-to-eat deli items, and fresh meat and fish counters. Mount Diablo Boulevard also has a Trader Joe’sSafeway, and Whole Foods Market


Walnut Creek has a thriving downtown area with lots of stores, restaurants, and the upscale Broadway Plaza shopping center. Broadway Plaza features more than 85 businesses anchored by Macy’s, Neiman Marcus, and Nordstrom department stores. Highlights of the Walnut Creek restaurant scene include chic Catalan bistro and wine bar Va Di Vi, sophisticated steakhouse Fleming’s, and Southern-style smoked meats specialists Sauced BBQ & Spirits.


Things to Do


Paloma is surrounded by miles of scenic trails for hiking, jogging, biking, and horseback riding. Briones Regional Park covers 6,255 acres with a picturesque landscape of rolling grasslands, oak and bay woodlands, and secluded canyons. Ascend to the park’s highest point at Briones Peak to take in mesmerizing panoramic views of Mount Diablo to the east and Mount Tamalpais to the west. Lafayette Reservoir is a popular boating and fishing destination surrounded by paved mixed-use nature trails. 


There’s also no shortage of cultural attractions in the area. Lafayette’s Town Hall Theater stages concerts, musicals, and plays in a historic venue constructed in the 1940s. Walnut Creek’s Lesher Center for the Arts is a $21 million complex with three theaters used for ballet, comedy, and theatrical performances. 


May’s Taste of Lafayette and September’s Lafayette Art & Wine Festival attract visitors from across the region to Lafayette. Walnut Creek’s Music & Movies Under the Stars is a summertime series of concerts and outdoor movie screenings held at Broadway Plaza. Whether you’re seeking blissful natural scenery or high-quality cultural amenities, residents of Paloma are spoiled for choice.



Schools


Paloma is served by the Lafayette Elementary and Acalanes Union High School Districts. Highlights include:

  • Springhill Elementary, Public, K-5

  • Acalanes High, Public, 9-12