This entire area is residential. It is quiet, neat and affluent looking. Homes on the western edge have spectacular views of Puget Sound. Houses vary in size from quite small to estate-like.
The smallest house we saw had a beautiful yard and the tallest trees in the area.
Streets in the eastern portion have sidewalks and curbs and above ground utilities. Some streets in the western portion have underground utilities and the spot where the lines come out of the ground demonstrates just how many wires run through our neighborhoods.
We saw some lovely gardens (one with a shrub pruned to look like a face) and a baby blue 1960 Thunderbird with a 'for sale' sign.
A quiet neighborhood bordering on a busy park and one where we saw palm trees. Since viewing the house surrounded by palm trees in northwest Fremont, we have noted palm trees on every walk (that's eight now) we've taken.