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            66 Mayhew Way
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            People have found it easy to fall in love with this town that presents one of the most populous unincorporated towns in California and even in whole of United States. The Castro Valley is part of the Alameda County, CA. The town is known for its chicken ranches which present most of the local retailers, however, the town is also known to be a commuter one. What NewHomeSource finds most important is the nature and peace that occupy this town and surround it with every inch. Crossing the town borders in any direction will lead you to the most beautiful landscapes, mountains and lakes this County has to offer!
            Lake Chabot, for instance, will leave you jaw-dropped once you decide to take a trip there and relax for an afternoon or even more. Amazing for quick escapes and camping! This man-made lake used to serve as the main water source for the whole East Bay. And if you think we’re done here, you are wrong!
            The eastern Castro Valley hills are one of the headwaters of the famous San Lorenzo Creek. This natural stream flows through California just to end up into the San Francisco Bay. Many species of fish can be found here such as the Rainbow trout and many other salmonids.
            However, the city’s economy is mainly based on provision of goods and giving services to local residents. Many job offers are related to the social assistance industry as well as health care. The retail trade industry as well as the food and accommodation industry lag behind but are still part of the leading economy boosters.
            Another thing makes this city the real estate heaven, as Joseph Eichler, the most influential modern architect of America, built over 10,000 homes, here, in the Bay Area. Do not miss it!