Brentwood, CA Homes for Sale

The City of Brentwood, located in Northern California, began as a small farming community in East Contra Costa County, but has grown into a beautiful residential community with around 60,000 residents.  Even though it’s population has increased tremendously, Brentwood hasn’t lost that small town feel.  Brentwood, CA is still known for it’s agriculture, with people coming from miles around for the locally grown cherries, corn, and peaches, just to name a few. Brentwood’s agriculture is showcased at the Brentwood Farmer’s Market from March to November.  Harvest Time in Brentwood promotes nearly 50 fruit stands and U-Pick across town and provides trail map for easy access to farm fresh produce. Located about 60 miles east of San Francisco, Brentwood is centrally located within an hour’s drive of Sacramento, San Jose, and San Francisco.

 

Things to Do in Brentwood

Shopping, Dine, and Play

Shopping, Dining, & Entertainment

Brentwood offers more than 1.7 million square feet of local retail, so you don’t have to drive far to find what you are looking for.  The Streets of Brentwood is located off of Sand Creek Road near the Highway 4 Bypass. It offers retail stores, restaurants, and an AMC movie theatre.  Historic Downtown Brentwood offers many dining establishments, in addition to shopping, some local bars, a wine store, and Delta Cinemas.

Annual events include the Harvest Time Festival held in July in Downtown Brentwood and the Art, Wine, and Jazz Festival, that takes place in late August at the Streets of Brentwood.

If you’re looking for somewhere to take the kids, check out Rockin’ Jump, an indoor trampoline park located off of Lone Tree next to Home Depot.  Brentwood has many parks through the City, including a supervised BMX/Skate Park, a Universal Abilities Playground, and a Dog Park.

  • Do you love the outdoors?  If you enjoy water skiing, fishing, swimming, or yachting, Brentwood is located just minutes away from the Delta.  Launch your boat to explore thousands of miles of the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta Waterways. Explore miles of beautiful trails that are part of the East Bay Regional Parks District.

Historical Points of Interest

Historical Points of Interest Include: