The median home value in Livermore, CA is $555,100.
the county median home value of $551,800.
The national median home value is $170,100.
The average price of homes sold in Livermore, CA is $555,100.
Approximately 70.14% of Livermore homes are owned,
compared to 24.33% rented, while
5.52% are vacant.
Livermore real estate listings include condos, townhomes, and single family homes for sale.
Commercial properties are also available.
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158 acres of rolling to steep ranch land in far east Alameda County; the property is in the Williamson Act and has historically been used as a cattle ranch; completely fenced and has one well and one undeveloped well; fantastic 360 degree views from its highest peaks; property bordered by Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory's Site 300 on the east; across the street is the Carnegie SVRA enjoyed by off-highway vehicle riders; 6 miles southwest of Tracy and 15 miles southeast of Livermore.
This ranch property consists of approximately 303 acres of rolling to steep pasture land along Morgan Territory Road. The owner is willing to sell up to 160 acres of the property for habitat conservation, open space mitigation or conservation easements. The property is located on Highland Ridge approximately seven miles north of Interstate 580 and north of Livermore in southeast Contra Costa County.
344 ac. of rolling to steep pasture near Morgan Territory Road in southeastern Contra Costa County; no improvements on property except for perimeter fencing and several springs; property provides great panoramic views of Pleasanton and Livermore; property is in the Williamson Act and has historically been used as a cattle ranch; has no frontage along Morgan Territory Rd.; access is by easement; located about six miles north of the city of Livermore.