Orindawoods is a planned unit development consisting of 258 residences in three basic configurations: townhomes, patio homes and estate homes. The homes are clustered in neighborhoods with approximately half of the development’s 187 acres devoted to open space. Built on a natural ridge line, many of the residences offer stunning views of the East Bay hills, Mt. Diablo and wooded surroundings.
Residents enjoy membership in the Orindawoods Tennis Club with its 7 tennis courts (2 of which are lighted), a pro shop, lessons and junior programs, locker rooms, saunas, golf driving cage, and a large recreational swimming pool with Jacuzzi. In addition to the Club pool, there are four neighborhood swimming pools located in The Knoll, Wovenwood, and Ravenhill I and II.
Woodhall is the community clubhouse and also houses the Association offices. It is surrounded by a park-like setting, including a pond that is a favorite location for photographers and just relaxing. The meeting room offers almost 1,200 square feet of space, plus a complete kitchen, outdoor deck, barbeque, and the necessary tables and chairs. Woodhall is available for rent by residents for their social and business get-togethers.
The BART shuttle van transports residents directly to the Orinda BART station and home again during weekday commute hours.
Orindawoods also offers walkers an inviting path to town on sculptured sidewalks, a rare item in Orinda. Hiking, biking, boating, fishing, horseback riding and many other recreational opportunities abound in the local Lamorinda (Lafayette, Moraga and Orinda) area.
Link to Home Configurations and Neighborhoods
Link to Orindawoods’ History
Link to Aerial View/Map
Link to Roadmap to Orindawoods
City of Orinda
The City of Orinda is a family-oriented community in a semi-rural valley on the east side of the Oakland/Berkeley hills in the San Francisco Bay Area. It offers its 17,500 residents a serene setting in contrast to the more urban existence of the surrounding area. It is situated immediately east of the Caldecott Tunnel on Highway 24 and is served by a Bay Area Rapid Transit District (BART) station.
The tree-studded hillsides of the 12.8 square-mile City contribute to the aesthetic beauty of this community. Natural beauty, including proximity to Tilden Park, San Pablo Reservoir, Briones Open Space, and Lafayette Reservoir; excellent schools, consistently ranked among the best in California; safety; history; culture; serenity; and its proximity to San Francisco make Orinda a delightful place in which to live and work.
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