About 670 San Antonio HOA
The 670 San Antonio Home Owners Association was established to market and manage the property. The HOA is administrated by Tri-State Enterprises, Inc, one of the premier property management organizations in the Bay Area. Amongst other services, the HOA through Tri-State provides: monthly site inspections, complete record keeping, and 24/7 person-to-person accessibility and support to handle emergencies, maintenance, and complaints. The HOA enhances property values and tenant satisfaction, while lowering property maintenance costs.
This serene community of forty duet-style townhouses was built in 1979. It features large private gardens and attached two-car garages. 670 San Antonio community areas are tree-lined and well-maintained. The homes are large and have good layouts for a single-family home.
The condominium complex is located in Palo Alto, San Mateo County, close to Mountain View, Los Altos, and Stanford University, within the 94306 zip code. The commute is convenient as it has easy access to Highways 85 and 101 and to Central Expressway, as well as the San Antonio CalTrain Station and Light Rail.
San Antonio Village is in close proximity to the JCC Athletic Facility, the downtowns of both Palo Alto and Mountain View, parks, schools, restaurants and shops. The three local schools are: Fairmeadow Elementary, Jane Lathrop Stanford Middle, and Henry M. Gunn High School.
Palo Alto is a charter city named after a coastal redwood named El Palo Alto. The town was established by Leland Stanford.
Well before Stanfords’ time, the area was an Ohlone Indian settlement. It was used many times by Spanish explorers as a camp and meeting place. In the early 1800’s, the area was part of the large Rancho Corte de Madera. In 1876 Leland Stanford started purchasing land in the area for a horse farm named the Palo Alto Stock Farm.
Today residents enjoy all the benefits of Silicon Valley’s industry, location, and climate. Wide-ranging actives include family-friendly options and often feature the extraordinary historical and cultural heritage of the area.