This quaint town is known for its rustic summer cottages as well as magnificent estates. Located in the heart of Silicon Valley, Woodside is considered to be among the wealthiest communities in the United��States. It is the home to not only chief-executive officers, venture capitalists, and Silicon Valley movers and shakers, but also entrepreneurs, engineers, doctors, lawyers, musicians and artists.

Its location is ideal, with close proximity to Stanford University and Sand Hill Road, home to the Venture Capital community. Woodside is only 30 minutes away from San Francisco and about 1.5 hours away from the wine country and Monterey Bay. Yosemite and Lake Tahoe, both only 4 hours away, are popular destinations for many of the Woodside residents’ summer and winter getaways.

The village of Woodside is the heart of the town. Roberts’ Market, Woodside Bakery, Buck’s, Village Pub, Emily Jubert provide locals and visitors with fine dining and shopping options.

Horses are a part of the local culture. Many residents keep horses and the town government maintains a network of horse trails. Woodside is also home to a number of open space preserves and county parks that provide hiking, biking and horseback riding trails.

Woodside is covered by several school districts. Central Woodside and Woodside Glens are covered by������������������������the highly regarded Woodside Elementary School (K-8). Residents of other Woodside neighborhoods have access to the Portola Valley, Las Lomitas and Redwood City schools. Woodside is also close to many fine private schools including Woodside Priory, Sacred Heart Schools, Menlo School and Phillip Brooks.


  1. Hidden Valley
  2. Old La Honda Road
  3. Skywood
  4. Central Woodside
  5. Emerald Hills
  6. Woodside Hills
  7. Woodside Glen
  8. Woodside Heights

For more information on Woodside and its schools, visit:
Woodside Elementary School
Woodside High School