New Houses For Sale in Millbrae

New to Millbrae, looking to move or just a real estate junkie? Here's a roundup of the newest homes on the market.

For more information about these homes and the brokers for each, click here. Happy house hunting.


  • 1136 Glenwood Drive: 3 bed, 2 bath, 1,370 sq ft, built 1955, $775,000
  • 19 Vallejo Drive: 3 bed, 2 bath, 1,850 sq ft, built 1963, $999,888
  • 68 Mateo Ave: 6 bed, 4,738 sq ft, built 1930, $1,098,000


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Ann Schneider September 18, 2012 at 12:12 AM
We had a new neighbor move in after the house next store stood vacant for 16 months. They seem nice but she did say that this is just a 'way station' for her till the kids graduate from a millbrae school. This is not the first time I've heard of people moving here just for the schools and with no care for Millbrae as a community. I know this is America and it is a free country but having people use us as a way station to somewhere else is insulting. It is worse when the people moving in allow the home to fall apart. At least my new neighbor, who again, seems very nice, has promptly started fixing up the years of neglect the previous owners subjected the property to. What can a community like Millbrae to to encourage residents who will care for the greater community and not just using Mills High School to get their kids into college?
Margie Nunan September 20, 2012 at 10:00 PM
They need to live here for a while! I lived in Palo Alto for 20 years before moving to Millbrae after I got married and thought I was going to Siberia. Today, I wouldn't live anywhere else. The weather is great, it is close to San Francisco, transportation, cleaners, grocery stores, etc. I can run my errands without backtracking once. And the neighbors are wonderful and caring. I love it! Margie Nunan
Margie Nunan September 20, 2012 at 10:02 PM
See above.


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