A lovely part of Menlo Park, the desirable Sharon Heights neighborhood is relatively well-off, home to those that earn a sizable sum. Prospective renters akin to this demographic will be drawn to the area. With convenient shopping havens enjoyed by parents and kids alike, busy families in Sharon Heights can find just what they need. If you need to expand your search beyond Sharon Heights, a few suitable alternatives not too far away are West Of The Alameda and West Menlo Park.
Food, Libations and Recreation
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Residents have their pick of dining-out options in Sharon Heights. Many of them are conveniently located on Sharon Park Dr., close to the rentals listed on Apartment Guide.
With Sense Spa in the middle of the neighborhood, Sharon Heights makes it easy to stay on top of your health. Additionally, Horse Park At Woodside is a place where you can get some fresh air and stretch your legs.
For a more inclusive list of places to hang, drink and chill in Sharon Heights, browse the Yelp page.
Sharon Heights has many retailers for last-minute shopping needs, including Home & Garden and Balloons For All Occasions.
Local Schools and School Districts
Some of the schools near the apartments in Sharon Heights are Woodside High School, Hillview Middle School and Trinity School. Remember, school district boundaries are subject to redrawing. Consult with your local schools and school districts near the apartments for rent to confirm the schools your children can attend.
Woodside High School, a high school in the Sequoia Union High district school, offers advanced-placement classes.
The Menlo Park City Elementary district has three elementary schools and one middle school, and the ratio of students to teachers is more favorable than Las Lomitas Elementary. Menlo Park City Elementary district also has a smaller population of students than Las Lomitas Elementary. Menlo Park City Elementary district has a higher Great Schools score and more blue ribbon schools than the Las Lomitas Elementary district.
Living, Demographics and Costs
Sharon Heights's cost of living is higher than in West Of The Alameda, and that is likely due to it having more amenities and it being more desirable overall. The average household spends $143.1K/year in total expenditures, compared to West Of The Alameda's $128.9K /year.
Sharon Heights is similar to West Menlo Park in a few ways. The median age of its residents is 26, compared to a median age of 27 in West Menlo Park. They also are comparable by average household size -- 2.28 inhabitants per household in Sharon Heights and 2.54 in West Menlo Park. By the percentage of households with children in Sharon Heights and West Menlo Park, 27% and 34% have children, respectively.
At $247.4K, the average income level in Sharon Heights is significantly higher than that of West Menlo Park's, which stands at $162.9K.