San Francisco town in the Contra Costa region, Moraga, CA is a unique and diverse cultural hub. It has a population over 16,000 and is a modest and family centric city in the East Bay area. It is a quieter city than some of the neighboring towns making Moraga CA, real estate a wonderful choice for a settled lifestyle.
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Things to do in Moraga
There are a unique mix of things to do in Moraga, Ca. Take a day trip to the Captain Vineyards & sample some of their natural, sustainable wines. Or enjoy walks and hikes in the Moraga Commons Park & Moraga Regional Trail. Feeling spacey? The Chabot Space & Science Center is a great way to entertain the kids and the adults.
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The land now called Moraga was first inhabited by the Saklan Native Americans who belonged to the Bay Miwok language group. Moraga is located on the 1835 Mexican Land Grant Rancho Laguna de Los Palos Colorados given to Joaquin Moraga and his cousin, Juan Bernal. Part of that grant was the property today known as Moraga Ranch.
In the first half of the 20th century, the line of the Sacramento Northern Railroad ran through Moraga; much of the old right-of-way is now part of the Lafayette-Moraga Regional Trail.
Moraga incorporated in 1974, when the communities of Moraga Town, Rheem, and Rheem Valley, united into one town.
Moraga is home to the grade schools of Los Perales Elementary, Donald L. Rheem School, Camino Pablo School, and Joaquin Moraga Intermediate School; Campolindo High School; and Saint Mary’s College of California, a private college. In 2011, Moraga was named a top city to live and learn in. One of the many reasons investing in Moraga, Ca real estate is a great choice for growing families.
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