Try something for every taste bud within minutes of home in Berkeley Hills. There are more than 20 different kinds of food available to residents in the neighborhood. There's something for the whole family in Berkeley Hills, which features plenty of shops and conveniences for kids and parents alike. In your hunt for a new place, be sure to keep your options open and have a look at the apartments available for rent in neighboring North and Thousand Oaks.
Amenities Around the Apartments for Rent
Have you checked out our apartment ratings and reviews for apartments in Berkeley Hills? Discover Berkeley Hills's Euclid Ave., where it's simple to satisfy your hunger pains. With a range of restaurants and broad spectrum of things to do, it's easy to pass the time on one of the busiest streets in the neighborhood. Have a little fun finding your next place in Berkeley Hills with help from our apartment finder tool.
With over a dozen neighborhood restaurants to choose from, like Aki Japanese Restaurant and La Val's Pizza, Berkeley Hills residents can wine and dine themselves any night of the week. With a few different restaurants in the area, Berkeley Hills residents can fill their cravings for both pizza and deli snacks.
Patrons and humble admirers of the arts would do well to observe the calendar of events at Impact Theatre. As for other forms of recreation, take in some fresh air at Tilden Regional Park Merry-Go.
The Yelp page will provide you with even more places to eat, drink and hang out in Berkeley Hills.
Berkeley Hills's primary grocer is Seven Palms Food Ctr, located on Euclid Ave.
Campus Store and Wm Hocker Toy Soldiers are only a few of the many retailers located in Berkeley Hills. For shopping a little out of the ordinary, Scriptum can be found on Creston Rd.
Schools and School Districts
The schools near the apartments in Berkeley Hills are Martin Luther King Middle School, Albany Middle School and Oxford Elementary School. It's a good rule of thumb to talk with school districts in the area to get the final word on what schools serve the apartments for rent in the area you are most interested.
The Berkeley Unified district offers 12 elementary schools, four middle schools and three high schools. In terms of student-teacher ratios and student-body size, Berkeley Unified district trumps Albany City Unified district with fewer students per teacher and a lower number of enrolled students. Berkeley Unified district has a higher Great Schools score and more blue ribbon schools than the Albany City Unified district.
Demographics and Cost of Living
While figuring out what area and apartment are best for you, keep in mind that relative to other Berkeley metro areas, Berkeley Hills can be more expensive. The difference in annual household spending ($118.7K/year for Berkeley Hills versus $62.4K/year for North) illustrates the general cost of living in each area.
The neighborhood of North is somewhat different from Berkeley Hills in terms of median age and household size, although comparable by percentage of households with children. In Berkeley Hills the median age is 36, while in North it's 30. The average household size for the neighborhood is 2.31 people, and it's 1.99 people in North. Of households in Berkeley Hills and North, 19% and 11% have children, respectively.
At $201.9K, the average income level in Berkeley Hills is significantly higher than that of North's, which stands at $83.2K.