Built around The Bridges Golf Club, there are 5 distinct communities in The Bridges providing an immense range of home styles and sizes.
Cedar Bridge – A neighborhood of 3 and 4 bedroom town homes popular with first time home buyers.
Crest Bridge – Designed by Robert Hidey Architects, Crest Bridge has five floor plans between 1,600 and 2,800 sq.ft. with light, bright rooms and vaulted ceilings.
Glen Bridge – Designed by the Dahlin Group and reminiscent of homes built in an earlier time. Simple, attractive architecture and features including concrete balustrades and steeply pitched roofs. Five floor plans between 1,800 and 3,000 sq.ft.
Fairway Bridge – 5 spectacular floor plans from 2,550 to 3,500 sq.ft. all positioned to take advantage of the views and proximity of The Bridges Golf Club. Architectural design is reminiscent of the Spanish style homes found in southern California
The Pointe – One of the most desirable neighborhoods in The Bridges with 5 floor plans up to 5,228 sq.ft. European styling includes inner courtyards with good use of nautural materials and textures.
Summit Bridge – This is the epitomy of The Brides golf course life style. Unique, award-winning architectural design in a variety of styles with inner courtyards, outside fireplaces and floor plans from 3,780 up to almost 7,000 sq.ft. It doesn’t get much better than this.
These master planned communities in the San Ramon Valley were initially developed by Shapell Industries and continued by Toll Brothers, one of the region’s premier home builders following their acquisition of Shapell.
Situated on the east side of San Ramon, close to the Danville border and adjacent to Windemere, Gale Ranch and The Bridges are prime examples of quality home-building in the San Francisco East Bay.
The residential development of Gale Ranch began in the early 1990s with the construction of Portola at Gale Ranch. Now, there are many Gale Ranch communities together with five at The Bridges, all set in a delightful environment including the acclaimed 73-par Bridges Golf Course (pictured below) designed by Johnny Miller. Coyote Creek Elementary School is also here, the first school in Gale Ranch, which receives rave reviews from parents and children alike.