In a tiny triangle behind Alta Mesa Cemetery, 55 homes sit quietly, away from the rest of the Palo Alto shuffle. Bound on the other two sides by Adobe Creek and Foothill Expwy, the neighborhood is only accessible through Miranda Ave. Inside, cul-de-sacs extend from Miranda Ave into a neighborhood where babbling creeks replace rushing traffic. Residents in this neighborhood enthuse about the “camping” feel to living there. It’s a unique fairyland of an area, where kids can freely romp through the entire neighborhood without worry.
Turnover here is low — while it’s hard to find a property listing here, it’s indicative that residents love the peaceful, secluded neighborhood so much that they stay for life. And unlike in other parts of the city, there’s little pressure from commercialization and development. Residents expect that as the neighborhood has stayed for the last 50 years, so will it continue for the next 50.
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