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Homes for Sale near Orinda Station - Pittsburg-SFO Line

Originally a rural area known for ranching and summer cabins, today Orinda is primarily a residential community with a rich history that is depicted on a mural and map in the station.


11 Camino Pablo / Orinda, CA 94563
Orinda Station has Monthly Reserved Permit, Daily Fee ($1.00), Single Day Reserved Permit, Extended Weekend, and Airport/Long Term parking. Estimated Parking Fill Time: 7:30 AM
All BART stations have accessible elevators. In some stations you may need to use two different elevators to get from the street to the train platform level. If you arrive at a BART station and are unable to enter or exit the station because the elevator is not working, contact the Station Agent. They will help you enter or exit in another way if possible, or refer you to an alternate means of transportation such as a bus or paratransit.

New Condos near Orinda Station

New Listing
New Listing

$1,049,000
Condo
Posted 12 days ago
224 The Knoll, Orinda, CA 94563 Condo For Sale - MLS #40841479
2,252 sq. ft.
2,178 sq. ft.

This lovely two-story, end unit townhouse is located in the highly desired community of Orindawoods. The tastefully updated, light-filled interior features recently finished oak hardwood floors,...

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Courtesy of Mike Smith from Pacific Union International

New Single Family Homes near Orinda Station

$2,025,000
Single Family
Posted 26 days ago
51 Camino Encinas, Orinda, CA 94563 Home For Sale - MLS #40839604
3,172 sq. ft.
0.88 acres

Walking distance to Bart and downtown Orinda, this spacious 4 bedroom, 3.5 bath home is a modern take on the traditional Craftsman style. It's bright, open floor plan and level outdoor spaces make...

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Courtesy of Tricia Young from Coldwell Banker

$1,995,000
Single Family
Posted 3 months, 13 days ago
5 Spring Ct, Orinda, CA 94563 Home For Sale - MLS #40829066
5,014 sq. ft.
1.39 acres

AMAZING VALUE at NEW PRICE! Now just $397/foot for super updated home that is walking distance to Orinda BART and town. Originally built in 1948, "Fern Falls " was an architectural treasure of its...

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Courtesy of Ben Olsen from Compass California, Inc

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